Hollywood Actress Mary Millben: India celebrated its 74th Independence Day on Saturday, 15th August. It was a day to celebrate our freedom from the British and establishing India as an independent state with its own government. Each year, it is celebrated by people all over India and Indians around the world. This year, most celebrations took place virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. Everyone came together to celebrate and take pride in our identity as an Indian. Many celebrities also took part in the celebration.
Hollywood Actress Mary Millben Sings Sings the Indian National Anthem
Mary Millben is a renowned Hollywood actress. She is an African-American singer and actress who has performed for three presidents of the United States so far. She was a nominee for the Helen Hayes Award.
On the 15th of August this year, she wished Indians for Independence Day and even joined for a virtual celebration. She participated in it by singing a melodious rendition of the Indian National Anthem. She said that the day marked an important day for Indians, Indians living in America, and all the Indians living globally. She also sent her warm regards to the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi, and Ambassador Taranjit Singh.
Mary Millben Sings Tweets her Excitement
She took it to Twitter to display her joy in performing India’s National Anthem and expressed blessings to everyone who identifies as an Indian.
She performed in a virtual meet that took place for 24-hours. It was a global platform ‘The US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum’ where many world leaders joined to celebrate India’s Independence Day and being together for India’s development.
Mary expressed how she has been learning Hindi and preparing the national anthem with an Indian teacher for several months. She shared how everyone can unite virtually where two of the largest democracies in the world celebrate the spirit of freedom.
She shared how she is a small business owner and how India was found to be a welcoming demographic for global business.
Her affection for India and its culture was expressed in her speech. She talked about her immersion into the Indian culture and cinema through her study of learning the Hindi language. She was given a lot of praise for her performance and speech.