Hyderabad’s leading humanitarian, Sudha Reddy, is featured on the inaugural cover of South magazine’s HELLO! India
The Indian edition of the world’s number one celebrity magazine, HELLO! finally launched its first South edition this month. Featuring the very suave and feisty Sudha Reddy as the cover star, the coveted glossy paper unveils the entrepreneur-philanthropist’s personal and professional defining moments as they delve into her diverse journey as a housewife. and career woman.
On the cover, Sudha Reddy is a perfect embodiment of glamor and grace as she sports an expertly molded gown by Gaurav Gupta Couture. Exuding an intoxicating mix of punch and allure, the fashionista wears classic diamond jewelry from Kishandas and Co and completes the glitzy look with a dramatic egg pouch from Judith Leiber Couture.
Belonging to one of South India’s most influential families, Reddy has come a long way – balancing life at home, while leading projects as Director of MEIL and her philanthropic endeavors with the Foundation. Sudha Reddy. The style, glamor and jet-set lifestyle she leads has cemented her position as a major player in Hyderabad and beyond.
Reddy, who is a name to be reckoned with in social circles in Telangana state, having worked diligently for the upliftment of the underprivileged sections of society for the past decade, is quoted saying to the brilliant “Meeting with Anna Wintour, Serena Williams and the Kardashians was great fun at the Met Gala. The most I gelled with, however, was Gigi Hadid. It was great fun to spend time with her, as was Rihanna, a beauty with the personality.
In another post on social media, the brilliant highlights her innate passion for couture and quotes her: “When it comes to my everyday life, I can say that I live and breathe fashion. That’s why I opted for a professional degree in the field – to understand the nuances of fashion with an expert eye. Ever since I was little, I’ve been drawn to glamour.
Hailed as one of India Inc’s most notable benefactors, Sudha Reddy offers the inclusive microcosm of billionaires. Moving from “cheque philanthropy” to “practical philanthropy”, the Sudha Reddy Foundation works for affordable health care and accessible education. She is currently a director of Megha Group Of Industries and was recently awarded the coveted ‘Champions of Change’ award by the Telangana government. With a commitment and a vision to continually pledge her personal wealth, she has given out grants to two charities viz. ‘Action Against Hunger and Fight Hunger Foundation’ and ‘Breast Cancer Research Foundation’ in Paris in the presence of Elizabeth Hurley. She was the only Indian celebrity and the first Hyderabad-born to be invited to the iconic Met Gala Ball in 2021.
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