Who says being patriotic is stiffy, serious or boring? For instance – Bharat Parv. This is an event held to celebrate India’s rich and colourful culture and tradition in food, crafts, classical and folk arts. The idea is to promote patriotism as well highlight our rich heritage and engage with people at large. Visit Bharat Parv 2018 – they make patriotism a real Fun-do.
Dhanush’s Hindi debut Ranjhanaa is not the love story of a “HERO” but of a common man – an average Joe – a guy next door… who never got his love reciprocated. A must watch for its unusual script, excellent direction and sterling performance by this South Indian actor
Shubha Mudgal sang most uncommon renditions. From Kabir to Dushyant Kumar to Amir Khusro, she delivered one great song after the other. It was a part of Raag Rang festival organised by ministry of Art & Culture during 6-12 May 2013.
Two internationally acclaimed performers Pt. Chitresh Das at Kathak and Antonio Hidalgo at Flamenco accompanied by a host of excellent musicians, created an event that transcend you to another world altogether. It’s an amalgamation of two dancing styles, two countries, two cultures and two ideas that blend together beautifully without losing their individuality and the result is high energy explosive entertainment.
“Ye Olde Christmas (An evening of Christmas Carols)” conducted by Carolin Remy was exactly what you need to get in the festive spirit of Christmas.
Yash Chopra’s last film as a director “Jab Tak Hai Jaan” was one long larger than life romance. Quite entertaining despite a little stupid story-line. Overall a paisa wasool, entertaining romantic film.
Details: An evening of Song featuring renowned Sri Lankan artistes ‘The De Lanerolle Brothers’ and pianist Rohan De Silva from the Julliard School in New York. Venue: Kamani Auditorium Reviews: Very professional voices, easy on ears and great work on piano. Almost an hour long performance was a melodious journey into a world of music. The kind of music […]
Details: No Boundaries – Celebrating World Dance Day Venue: National School of Drama Notes: Spectacular, Outstanding and One of a kind