Archive for July, 2012

Buyers throng HT Estates property fair

Hindustan Times, July 29th 2012 If you get all reputed developers and their ambitious projects on display under one roof, you will never miss this opportunity. That’s what happened on the first day of HT Estates Property Fair 2012 at Epicentre, Gurgaon. The fair witnessed an overwhelming response from prospective buyers and investors. who thronged […]

Wear good luck on your sleeve, literally!

By Divya Kapoor, July 27th, Hindustan Times Are you still looking for that unique gift for your sister or wandering the markets for an exclusive rakhi design that will put a smile on your brother’s face this Rakshabandhan? Well, your search stops here! From rakhis that can fetch you good marks, make you successful at […]

In memory of Mohd. Rafi

July 23, 2012, DHNS: DECCAN HERALD Generous Tribute Rich tributes were paid to legendary playback singer Mohd Rafi by his fans, musicologists and authors at a function organised two weeks before his 32nd death anniversary which falls on July 31. On this occasion, the second edition of Mohd Rafi’s biography entitled Meri Awaaz Suno in […]

Saigal blues

An evening of music looked at the golden age of Bollywood through the lens of nostalgia BUDHADITYA BHATTACHARYA Sitting in row J, the last row in Epicentre’s modestly sized auditorium in Apparel House, Gurgaon, I had in front of me a sea of grey hair in various stages of regress. It wasn’t difficult to tell […]

Turbulence as dark comedy

Tarishi Verma, 18th July, Deccan Herald August: Osage County, directed by actor-director Lillete Dubey was staged at Epicentre recently. The play, originally written by Tracy Letts, is a recipient of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It first played in Chicago and then made news on Broadway. Darkly comic but also violent and sad, this […]

Tribute to one of Bollywood’s greatest

July 12, 2012, DECCAN HERALD REMEMBERING RAFI Considered among the greatest Indian male playback singers of all time in Bollywood, Mohammad Rafi was awarded with prestigious awards such as National Film Award, Best National Singer Award, six Filmfare Awards and even the Padma Shri in 1967. Adding to the glory was the title of Best […]

Theatre Review: Bombay Talkies

June 1, 2012 Times of India Play:Bombay Talkies Directed by:Vikram Kapadia Duration:100 minutes Cast:Darshan Jariwalla, Zafar Khan Karachiwala & othersRating:3 Bombay, Bambai, Mumbai — its inhabitants call it by its many versions, while outsiders have nicknamed it as maximum city, jaadu ki nagari, the city of dreams, thanks to its magnanimous spirit. Some love this maddening island city’s […]

In the city: July 6

Deccan Herald Dance Dance along ‘Para Bhakti – Path That Leads To Moksh’, a Bharatanatyam recital by Rashmi Aggarwal, disciple of Saroja Vaidyanathan and Sermishtha Mallick. Venue: Epicentre, Sec-44, Gurgaon on July 6th. Time: 7:30 pm. Entry is free and seating on first-come first-served basis. Play-acting Presenting Bombay Talkies, an English Play about eight monologues […]

An Evening in Bombay

Dipanita Nath, Expressindia An aggressive reporter looks back at her career, in which she has added noisy sound bytes to tragic events; a woman talks about how she is constantly the subject of her husband’s jokes; a famous child star finds out that she has grown up and, if she wants to remain in showbiz, […]

8 ways to dance

The Pioneer, 29th June 2012 Shohini Dutta tells I Sankrityayan about The Chrysalis Project, featuring interesting choreographers on topics as varied as the metro, reclaiming first love and a civilian-military couple If you closely follow contemporary choreography, then Danceworx’s The Chrysalis Project, might pique your interest. It will take place between July 26-27 at the […]

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