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Bollywood Dreams

(Jonathan Torgovnik) A pictorial exploration of the vibrancy of life and culture that encompasses the Hindi film industry, from the viewers to the technicians, from the stars (picture of Madhuri Dixit above) to the character actors. It merges the human and celluloid faces to project the reality and the fantasy of Bollywood

Chef Shaunís Snacks for Kids

(Oxford Bookstore, July 27, 5 pm) Itís cooking time for the little ones this Sunday. So get the aprons out, put on the chefís hat and let them get their hands dirty to learn some fun food skills. Teaching them to cook up kitchen delights will be chef Shaun from Park Hotel

Gaan Bangla

(Vidya Mandir, July 26, 6 pm) To celebrate its fourth year together, Bangla band Bhoomi has organised a series of concerts to celebrate singers of yesteryears. This time, itís a tribute to multi-intrumentalist inventor of Brojotaranga, Brojen Biswas. All proceeds will be handed over to the octogenarian

Kishore sings for RD Burman

(Composer: R.D. Burman) The very best of one of Hindi film musicís most enduring relationships. Kishore excelled when he sang for Pancham at his creative best. Yeh sham mastani, Kehna hai, Aaj unse pehli mulaqat hogi, Phir wohi raat hai, Mere naina sawan bhadonÖ and many more. Timeless.
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