Thursday, January 29, 2009

KK Pro-Nite - Unmaad 2009

Spellbound crowd, 25000 Watts of sound, bouncing lasers and music in your soul - Pro-Night is where all these spirits are mixed to take you to a new high. It makes you clap, it makes you jump, it makes you scream, and it makes you go crazy! Pro-Night has been a platform where you get the best of the music mania - from professional artists to budding rock stars.

Over the years, Pro-Night has been host to singers like Palash Sen and bands like Jethro Tull, Zero, Jal and Strings, entertaining crowds, unveiling their Ten Emotions and making them Loose Control! Come Unmaad 2009, and the Pro-Night gets even bigger with more music and more passion! This Unmaad, get ready to have the most euphoric experience of your life.

Proudly presenting - Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly known as K.K. Through his mesmerising voice, he unveils a plethora of emotions which come out as suffering in "Tadap Tadap ke", passion in "Bardaasht", ecstasy in "Oh Humdum", pride in "Koi kahe kehta rahe", love in "Aankhon mein teri", hope in "Pal" and nostalgia in "Yaaron".

So, join the crowd, throw your hands up high, make that extra noise and become a part of this hysteria.

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Ismat Apa Ke Naam - Play

Puravankara presents, Motley's - Ismat Apa Ke Naam. In support of India Foundation for the Arts.

Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak shah & Heeba Shah. In association with TATA.

Ismat Apa Ke Naam is a series of three short stories by the famous Urdu writer Ismat Khanum Chughtai (1915-1991) Mughal Bacche, Chhui Muee and Gharwali narrated with lan and gusto by the trio Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak and Heeba Shah. The beauty of the entire experience lies not just in the manner in which the stories are narrated by the actors but the sheer luminosity, irony and poignancy of the stories themselves. Ismat Apa ke Naam is a celebration of a writer whose work is never dated, a reminder of the still unexplored dramatic possibilities of Indian fiction, and yet another chance to witness the work of an actor-director who keeps seeking ways to reinvent the magic of theatre.

Chancery Pavilion has come in as the hospitality sponsor, Kingfisher Airlines as the travel sponsor and Cafe Coffee Day as the ground sponsor. While corporate houses have come forward to support the show, IFA will raise funds for its grant-making by selling donor passes.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Goa Carnival

Goa Carnival is a traditional Mardi Gras celebration. Although essentially a Christian festival that marks the last chance for feasting and merriment before Lent, the event in Goa blends trends and beliefs from all faiths and cultures creating a wonderful feeling of community. Visitors during the three-day event can expect a warm welcome as well as parades, live music, dancers, street entertainers, cultural performances and religious services.

Goa Carnival is the most famous festival in the state and has been celebrated since the 18th century. Huge colourful parades take over the state's cities with bands, floats and dances, while the evenings mean serious partying wherever you are.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Photo exhibition by Jason Taylor and Sanjit Das

When: Wednesday, Jan 07, 2009
Where: IHC Lobbies
India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road
Duration: All Day
Description: Against The Wall A photo exhibition by Jason Taylor and Sanjit Das. Supported by Action Aid.
Genre: Photography Exhibition

11th Bharat Rang Mahotsav

When: Wednesday, Jan 07, 2009
Where: Shri Ram Centre
# 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg
Timing: 06:30 PM
Duration: 6 hrs 00 min
Description: National School of Drama presents - 11th Bharat Rang Mahotsav. The Bharat Rang Mahotsav was started a decade ago by NSD in order to contribute to the growth and development of theatre across the country. It is now acknowledged as the largest theatre.
Genre: Cultural Events