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  • 1. MOMENTUM MOMENTUM
  • 2. KALA GHODA ASSOCIATION Maneck Davar (Hon. Chairperson), Shirin Bharucha (Hon. Secretary), Jamsheed Kanga, Saryu Doshi, Brinda Miller, Geeta Castelino, Martin Waelde, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Saroj Satija, Tarana Khubchandani, Ashad Mehta, Anuj Bhagwati KALA GHODA FESTIVAL COMMITTEE Brinda Miller (Festival Director), Maneck Davar, Shirin Bharucha, Geeta Castelino, Tarana Khubchandani, KALA GHODA ASSOCIATON AND FESTIVAL OFFICE Kayomi Engineer (Administrative Director), Padmanabh Thombre (Manager Events and Admin), Ram Gatty KALA GHODA FESTIVAL TEAM Malathi Kembhavi, Heeral Akhaury, Payal Bania, Shovan Shah, Hena Kapadia, Sonali Thakker, Anne Thomas Panicker, Ashmita Ray Sarkar, Priyanka Ribeiro, Brenda Natasha Barnes, Alfia Ansari, Harshita Singhal, Kiran Seth EVENT MANAGEMENT Seventy Event Management Group SECTION CURATORS / COORDINATORS CHILDREN CINEMA DANCE FOOD WORKSHOPS HERITAGE WALKS LITERATURE MUSIC STREET FEST STREET STALLS THEATRE VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOPS URBAN DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE Nuriya Rao / Lubaina Bandukwala Parvin Dabas Sarita Vijayan / Lata Surendra Nicole Madon / Roxanne Bamboat Kruti Garg Ranjit Hoskote / Kaiwan Mehta Arpana Gvalani / Shibani Kumar Varsha Karale Vidula Warawadekar / Jyoti Karmarkar Nadira Zaheer Babbar / Juhi Babbar Soni Tarana Khubchandani / Heena Kapadia Ami Patel / Tripti Ayyar Sarita Vijayan / Ajay Nayak A SPECIAL THANKS TO The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, The Mumbai Police, Traffic Police, The Collector of Mumbai, Govt of Maharashtra, The Fire Brigade, MTDC, West Zone Cultural Centre, ICCR, klick2fame, ABM Architects Pvt Ltd, Spenta Multimedia, Filter, Kitab Khana The Church of St Andrews and Kenneth Eliyahoo Synagogue FOLLOW US ON www.kalaghodaassociation.com www.facebook.com/kalaghodaartsfestival.com www.twitter.com/htkgaf
  • 3. SPONSORS
  • 4. COLLABORATORS Organised by www.kalaghodaassociation.com
  • 5. CHILDREN MINI MOMENTUM 1ST FEB SATURDAY Plaster Relief Art Museum Gardens 11.00 am12.00 am Creating plaster relief and decorating with inks with Anita Chakraborty. (8 - 15yrs) Plaster Relief Art Museum Gardens 12.00 pm 1.00 pm Creating plaster relief and decorating with inks with Anita Chakraborty. (8 - 15yrs) A Journey in Love Museum Gardens 1.00 pm 2.30 pm Ameeta Chatterjee, author and philanthropist will read out poems from her book 'A Journey in Love' for children to draw and paint inspired from the poems. Workshop will be held along with Shilpa Vaidya of Aatman Academy and all the children and artists who have illustrated in the book. (Age 6+) Enjoy Science Theatre with Science Utsav Museum Gardens 2.30 am4.00 pm Kids can have fun while understanding the concept of 'Air and Aerodynamics'. They will watch an innovative science show and participate in hands on activities. (6 - 14yrs) Fun with Weaving Museum Gardens 4.30 pm5.30 pm Weave your creativity in and out with Tasneem Rajkotwala. (8 - 10yrs) WeKids Radio ‘Ab bacche bolenge, aur aap sunoge! ‘ Museum Gardens 5.30 pm6.30 pm A chance for kids to experience what it would be like to go live on radio... interviewing, sharing jokes and simply Radio Jockeying! Conducted by RJ Shantanu. (8 - 15yrs) MUSEUM GARDEN 11.00 am12.00 pm With Saker Mistry and Mamta Mangaldas. (7 - 14yrs) 2ND FEB SUNDAY Jump Into The Ramayana
  • 6. CHILDREN MINI MOMENTUM iRobokids MUSEUM GARDEN 12.00 pm1.30 pm mycity4kids.com presents: A peek into the world of robotics, and a chance to assemble your own robot! (8 - 14yrs) All The World's A Stage MUSEUM GARDEN 1.30 pm3.00 pm Apni Shala sets up a stage where children use the joy of interactive theatre to analyse, problemsolve and express their ideas in this fun-filled workshop! (10 - 14yrs) Scrapture! MUSEUM GARDEN 3.30 pm5.00 pm With sculptor Arzan Khambatta. (9 - 14yrs) Martial Arts and Self Defence MUSEUM GARDEN 5.00 pm6.00 pm Defence moves for you and me, young and old with Martial Artist Suman Basu. (5 - 50yrs) Nagada Dhol Garba MUSEUM GARDEN 6.00 am7.00 pm Authentic Garba on original music and Bollywood song choreography with Simran Ahuja, winner of 14 titles across the world. (All Ages) Workshop with Aditya Birla World Academy Only MUSEUM GARDEN 11.00 pm 1.00 pm The students of ABWA will mould a Traditional Horse ’Bankura’ with clay and will also learn and create some Indian folk art! Toys from Trash MUSEUM GARDEN 2.30 pm4.00 pm Kids can make toys from objects of their day-today use! By Chitrapatang Art Workshops. (Age 10+) Cartoon Stickers MUSEUM GARDEN 4.00 pm5.30 pm Children will create their own cartoon magnet stickers! By Chitrapatang Art Workshops. ( 8 - 12yrs) Enjoy Science Theatre with Science Utsav MUSEUM GARDEN 5.30 pm7.00 pm mycity4kids.com presents: can have fun while understanding the concept of 'Air and 3RD FEB MONDAY
  • 7. Aerodynamics'. They will watch an innovative science show and participate in hands on activities. (6 - 14yrs) 4TH FEB TUESDAY Nine Hidden Gems MUSEUM GARDEN 3.00 pm4.30 pm Author and Illustrator Kumkum Somani will narrate the "The Blue Eyed Doll” from “Nine Hidden Gems” through audio and visuals.Through these stories, children will get acquainted with Gandhiji’s exemplary values of non violence and the one-ness of all beings... in an original way! There will also be discussions, interesting craft, dramatisation and, hopefully, a little bit of dancing as well! (6 -12yrs) iRobokids MUSEUM GARDEN 4.30 pm5.30 pm Mycity4kids.com presents: A peek into the world of robotics, and a chance to assemble your own robot!. (8 -14yrs) I Like To Move It, Move It! MUSEUM GARDEN 5.30 pm6.30 pm Get a taste of various dance styles from street jazz to belly dance to bollywood in one workshop, with Yasmin Ranijiwala.(8 -14yrs) Workshop for NGO children MUSEUM GARDEN 12.30 pm2.30 pm Grade 11 students of Aditya Birla World Academy will guide children of ‘Save The Child’ NGO on the folk art styles of India and will show them how to create their own artistic folders. Artistic Instruments MUSEUM GARDEN 3.00 pm4.00 pm Learn how to make musical instruments and also learn how to create some interesting tunes through collaboration. By Priyanka Subramanian, Muktangan (10 -14yrs) Fun with Languages MUSEUM GARDEN 4.00 pm5.30 pm Come kids discover some amazing facts and play fun games based on languages. Organised by Panini Linguistics Olympiad. (10 - 15yrs) 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY
  • 8. Disco Duck - The Ultimate MUSEUM Pre-School Dance Experience! GARDEN 5.30 pm 6.30 pm Mycity4kids.com presents: A fun way to learn through Dance, Song and Rhyme for Preschoolers. (18 MINI MOMENTUM mths - 5yrs) CHILDREN 6TH FEB THURSDAY The Sunday Science School''Hands on Science'' Program MUSEUM GARDEN 3.30 pm5.00 pm mycity4kids.com presents: A workshop to give children an opportunity to perform, understand and appreciate science in simple things around them and stimulate scientific inquisitiveness. (9 - 15yrs) Musical Storytelling "Dashavatara" MUSEUM GARDEN 5.00 pm 6.30 pm Storytelling based on Indian mythology where presentation is woven with poetry, music, dance and drama. By Deepa Kiran. (Age 6+) Workshop for NGO children MUSEUM GARDEN 11.00 pm 12.30pm A special workshop in Art and craft for NGO children by ISDI. Musical Bridges- Your Hearts, Our Art! MUSEUM GARDEN 3.00 pm 4.00pm Interact with the young musicians of Rajasthan to create Merasi music, learn to play the fascinating instruments, and enjoy the art of tying colourful turbans the Rajasthani way! (7 - 15yrs) Handcrafted Clay Animals MUSEUM GARDEN 4.00 pm 5.30pm mycity4kids.com presents: Children mould their own animals out of two basic shapes of eco friendly clay. By Dipali's Horizon. (3 - 12yrs) All The World's A Stage MUSEUM GARDEN 5.30 pm 7.00 pm Apni Shala sets up a stage where children use the joy of interactive theatre to analyse, problem solve and express their ideas in this fun-filled workshop! (10 -14yrs) 7TH FEB FRIDAY
  • 9. 8TH FEB SATURDAY Caterpillar Tales! MUSEUM GARDEN 11.00 am 12.00 pm Listen to two fun stories about caterpillars and butterflies, and learn to make your own caterpillar in this bilingual session organised by Karadi Tales. (4 - 7yrs) Creative Movement MUSEUM GARDEN 12.00 pm 1.00 pm Enthralling dance games, props and music that gets every child’s feet tapping. The perfect balance between fun and learning with Rhythmus Happy Feet. (3 - 6yrs) Home Sweet Home MUSEUM GARDEN 2.00 pm 3.00 pm A workshop that will help the little ones understand the different wildlife habitats through interactive group activities. Presented by Saevus Wildlife India. (8 - 12yrs) Wild, Wild Waste MUSEUM GARDEN 3.00 pm 4.00 pm We educate the children about the interdependence of species by creating mementos based on the theme of 'One World'. Presented by Saevus Wildlife India. (8 - 12yrs) Food Food MUSEUM GARDEN 4.00 pm5.00 pm Food channel will share their yummy secrets with the kids. (8 - 14yrs) WeKids Radio-Ab bacche bolenge, aur aap sunoge! MUSEUM GARDEN 5.30 pm6.30 pm A chance for kids to experience what it would be like to go live on radio... interviewing, sharing jokes and simply Radio Jockeying! Conducted by RJ Shantanu. (8 - 15yrs) Spin-a-tale with Aunty Jeeva MUSEUM GARDEN 11.00 am12.00 pm Story-teller Jeeva Raghunath casts her spell with her hilarious stories and rollicking story-telling. (Age 5+) Handcrafted Clay Animals MUSEUM GARDEN 12.00 pm1.30 pm Children mould their own animals out of two basic shapes of eco-friendly clay. By Dipali's Horizon. (3 - 12yrs) 9TH FEB SUNDAY
  • 10. CHILDREN MINI MOMENTUM Eco Kids Basic Gardening MUSEUM GARDEN 2.00 pm3.00 pm Mycity4kids.com presents: Join in the ecofriendly games, storytelling and leaf craft. Participants will take home magic seeds in a recycled glass.(4 - 10yrs) Momentum In Colour MUSEUM GARDEN 3.00 pm4.00 pm Mycity4kids.com presents: Jackson Pollock inspired wall clocks by Devanshi - Colour Crates - The Hobby Art Studio (5 - 10yrs) Zumba® Kids Workshop with Zumba® Master Trainer Sucheta Pal & Mumbai Instructor Team MUSEUM GARDEN 4.00 am5.00 pm The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dancefitness party for young Zumba fans. It’s all about feeling fearless on the dance floor, reinforcing the idea that it’s okay to just be yourself and dance like no one’s watching! (4 - 12yrs) Walking With The Gods with Usha Venkatraman MUSEUM GARDEN 5.30 pm7.00 pm Come join us as we explore Aadi (Begining) with the Birth of Ganesha to Antham (End) Hanuman's Ramayan... gaining momentum as journey through Time! Power your imagination as you journey through the land of the Gods....From Mount Kailash to Vaikunth. A unique combination of Storytelling, Music, Dance and Puppets! Usha's Puppetwonders and Geetha Venkateshwar's Bharatanatya Kalalaya take you on this unique journey of folk and fusion Jugalbandi! (All Ages) All registrations for Children's Events will begin half an hour before each workshop time at the Museum Gardens Venue. Acknowledgements : mycity4kids.com, Saevus Wildlife India, Aarti Gambhir, Arushi Khandelwal, Radhika Warerkar Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 11. CHILDREN (LITERATURE) MINI MOMENTUM 1ST FEB SATURDAY Play - Catch that Crocodile DSL Garden 5.00 pm 6:00 pm Who will catch that crocodile that’s terrifying everyone in town? Probin policeman with his stick? Can Doctor Dutta do the trick? Find out in this delightful theatre adaptation of Anushka Ravishankar’s book by Gillo Theatre Repertory. (Age 5+) Wildlife photography with Bittu Sahgal Kitab Khana 10:30 am 12:00 pm Explore the basics of wildlife photography with Bittu Sahgal and award-winning photographers from Sanctuary Asia. (10 to 18yrs) Hot off the Press - Book launch of My Gandhi Story Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Nina Sabnani and Ankit Chadha present a very visual story of Gandhi for young children, a book that came out in a unique collaboration between a Warli artist, a filmmaker and a storyteller. (Age 5+) Phiss Phuss Boom Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6:30 pm Can a fart change a life? Award-winning author Jerry Pinto gets the wind up on this hilarious collection of fart stories by Jerry, Anushka Ravishankar and Sayoni Basu. (Age 8+) Make your own audio book with Karadi Tales Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Make up a story, add the sound, mix in some music and voila you have yourself an audio book (Age 8+) About Timmi in Tangles and Monster hunts! Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Two funny and fun authors Shals Mahajan (Timmi in Tangles) and Parinita Shetty (The Monster Hunters) provide a Hole lot of fun introducing you to a host of cool characters like Idli-amma and Juju the giant and encourage you to create your own. (Age 7+) 2ND FEB SUNDAY 3RD FEB MONDAY
  • 12. CHILDREN (LITERATURE) MINI MOMENTUM 3RD FEB MONDAY Lots of Chocolate Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Step into the world of Charlie and his chocolates with Mumbai’s best loved chocolatier Zeba Kohli in this unique book reading of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (Age 7+) From France Hot off the Press - Book launch - The Honey Hunter Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Indian Poet, Karthika Nair and French illustrator Joelle Jolivet come together to present their spectacular picture book on an unforgettable journey to the heart of the Sundarbans. (Presented courtesy of the French Book Office in India) From Australia Meet Ossie. He’s got imagination. He’s also got problems. Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6:30 pm Much loved Australian author Ken Spillman launches his delightful coming of age novel I am Oscar – the story of Oscar Updike’s Incredibly Intelligent Observations On Life, Death and Other Freaky Phenomena Ken will also read from his book The Strange Story of Felicity Frown for his younger audience. (8 to 12yrs) Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Lakshmi and Sundari are an unusual pair of twins with an unusual connection. But not everyone knows how special they are until…find out at this lively session with author Kavitha Mandana and illustrator Nayantara Surendranath (Age 6+) 4TH FEB TUESDAY 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Hot off the Press - Book Launch of A Pair of Twins.
  • 13. Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Is a comma important? 'Shall we eat, children?' or 'Shall we eat children?' are two quite different things! Learn to make your writing sparkle at this interactive creative writing workshop with much-loved children's author, Natasha Sharma from her soon-to-release book Squiggle Takes a Walk. (Age 6+) Explore the unusual Dare to be different and Friends Forever Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Do boys have to behave a certain way? And what happens if a third person breaks up a pair of chaddi buddies? Film-maker and artist Gautam Benegal does a unique illustrated story-telling of two charming picture books The SuSu Pals and The Unboy Boy. (Age 6+) Dream up a Cephalopod with Shalini Srinivasan, author of Vanamala and the Cephalopod Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Who is the Cephalopod? Join author Shalini Srinivasan as she reads the weird and wonderful fables from her book. Help her give voices to the characters, and draw and make up a story about your own Cephalopod. (Age 10+) Destination Mars Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Can you actually travel to Mars? Scientists from ISRO share little known facts from Destination Mars Secrets of the Red Planet. (Age 9+) Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Look out for Sherlock Sam, Singapore’s fav child detective. When weird things happen while camping on Pulau Ubin, Sherlock Sam is convinced that aliens are to blame! Authors Adan Jimenez and Felicia Low-Jimene take you deep into this mystery book. (Age 7+) Courtesy: Singapore Government Writing workshop: Punctuation fun with Natasha and Squiggle 6TH FEB THURSDAY 7TH FEB FRIDAY From Singapore Meet Sherlock Sam
  • 14. CHILDREN (LITERATURE) MINI MOMENTUM 7TH FEB FRIDAY India : A to Z Quiz Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Join Vidya and Greystroke as they take you on a rollercoaster ride through the wonders of incredible India. Take a Special Chabbis quiz, crack a super-duper puzzle and draw cool cartoons on your magical alphabetical tour! (Age 8+) Writing workshop - What's Your Story? Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Balaji Venkataraman, author of Flat-track Bullies shares a five step formula that will turn you into a writer. If I can, so can you, says Ravi, the narrator of Flat-track Bullies! (Age 11+) Lions on the prowl! Kitab Khana 10:30 am 11:15 am What kind of mischief can three cubs get up to when their mamma is away? Find out with Shamim Padamsee and her book, Watch Out! (Age 4+) How can you make a C into a D? Kitab Khana 11:15 am 12:15 pm G’s a C that put on a moochie. Y stands on his head and Z sleeps in your bed. A zany introduction into the world of the English alphabet with writer Jerry Pinto. (Age 4+) Children of conflict Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm How does a child get involved in a war that’s bigger than him? How does he get trapped into terrorism? Journalist Swati Sengupta talks about her book, Guns on Red Earth and leads a debate on this. (Age 12+) 8TH FEB SATURDAY
  • 15. Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6.30 pm What’s Your Secret? 14 year-old Ela has a secret and it’s going to turn her world upside down. Join Sampurna Chattarji in exploring the dark world of teenager Ela. (Age 13+) Hot off the Press Book Launch of History-Mystery series Kitab Khana 11:00 am 11:45 pm Hysterically, Historically Mysterious! Join Natasha Sharma at the launch of her brand new History-Mystery series, Akbar and the Tricky Traitor and Ashoka and the Muddled Messages for an hour of hilarious history. Befuddle your brain to crack codes written in Ashokan Brahmi. Test your tongue with some hysterically historical tonguetwisters and be a fastidious historical fact-finder. (Age 8+) I can be whatever I want to be! Kitab Khana 12:00 pm 12:45 pm Join author Nalini Sorensen as she takes you on a magical journey as you discover 26 professions from A(Astronaut) to Z(Zookeeper) through song, music, enactment, props and loads of interactive fun! (Age 3 to 6yrs) 11:00 pm 11:45 pm Hilarious stories and fabulous storytelling by the entertaining Jeeva Raghunath. (4yrs to adults) Hot off the Press! Book Launch - Ela by Sampurna Chattarji 9TH FEB SUNDAY Spin-a-yarn with Aunty Jeeva Museum Grounds Please Register for all literature kids events by emailing litkidskgaf14@gmail.com with “Register” in the subject line. No Registration for other Children Workshops. Acknowledgements : Parinita Shetty, Sonali Jain, Kitab Khana, Society of Children's Writers & Illustrators (SWBWI-India), French Embassy & French Institute, DSP Limited Singapore and Sangeeta Bhansali (Kahani Tree). Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 16. CINEMA FLASH FORWARD 1ST FEB SATURDAY Shahid (Award winning Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm An account of slain Human Rights lawyer Shahid Basheer, an ordinary citizen with an extraordinary commitment to justice. Arthur Christmas (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm On Christmas night at the North pole, Santa's youngest son looks to use his father's high - tech operation for an urgent mission Andaz Apna Apna (Cult Comedy) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Two conmen competing for the hand of a heiress get drawn into love - and into trying to save her from an evil criminal. Ajeyo (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Set during the freedom movement in India, Ajeyo (Invincible) is an adaptation from Arun Sarma’s novel 'The Hues of Blessings'. Pirates (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Pirate Captain sets out on a mission to defeat his rivals Black Bellamy & Cutlass Liz for the Pirate of the year award. The quest takes Captain and his Dir : Hansal Mehta Cast : Raj Kumar Yadav, Prabhleen Sandhu, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Dir : Sarah Smith and Barry Cook Cast : James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Ashley Jenson Dir : Rajkumar Santoshi Cast : Aamir khan, Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon, Karisma Kapoor and Paresh Rawal Dir : Jahnu Barua Cast : Rupam Riyan Deka, Jupitora Bhuyan, Bishnu Khargoria Dir : Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt Cast : Hugh Grant, martin Freeman, Jeremy Piven, Imelda
  • 17. Crew from shores of Blood Island to foggy streets of Victorian London Fearless: The Hunterwali Story (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm A story of a princess who fights injustice as the masked crusader Hunterwali. Mickey Virus (Comedy) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm When Delhi Police comes across an unusual case revolving around hacking they seek help of an expert who thinks like them only to come across a lazy hacker Mickey Arora. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director Saurabh Verma. Paani (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Secrets of Wild India (Wildlife) Jitu the dumb lad finds Lila the mohurer unloading pipes from the departmental tractor in front of the local library. News spread far and fast that it is only a matter of time before piped water finds its way to the households of Ratanpur BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Hidden away in the shadow of the Himalayas, roam the last great herds of India’s giant grazers; one-horned rhinoceroses, wild buffalo and Asian elephants. Through the eyes of a newborn elephant calf, visit a land of unexpected contrasts and variety. Dir : Riyad Vinci Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Sharifa, Gulsham Dir : Saurabh Varma Cast : Manish Paul, Dean Alexandrou, Elli Avram Dir : Jadumoni Dutta Cast : Bishnu Kharghoria, Aimee Barua, Himanshu Prasad Das, Asha Bordoloi, Atul Pachoni, Pabitra Baruah Dir : Duncan Chard Narration: David Attenborough
  • 18. CINEMA FLASH FORWARD Miss Frontier Mail (Golden Gallery Beyond Oldie) Dir : Homi Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Gulshan, Sardar Mansur 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Savita, aka Miss 1936, is an amateur hunter. Her father, Maganlal, arrested for the murder of a station-master, is defended by their uncle Shyamlal, who is in fact the mysterious Signal X 2ND FEB SUNDAY Raanjhanaa (Romance) Dir : Anand L. Rai Cast : Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol and Swara Bhaskar Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm A small - town boy needs to break through the class divide to gain acceptance from his childhood sweetheart who is in love with big city ideals.. Smurfs (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world into New York City. The Good Road (Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm India's official Oscar entry is a journey across a local highway, and into the heart of an unseen India, where acts of great compassion are shown to strangers. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director Gyan Correa and actors Ajay Gehi and Sonali Kulkarni. Sringkhal (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm A life journey of a young widow Ambika and her kids. Her two kids Dir : Raja Gosnell Cast : Hank Azaria, Katy Perry, Jonathan Winters Dir : Gyan Correa Cast : Ajay Gehi, Rinkle Karelia, Keval Katrodia, Shamji Dhana Kerasia, Sonali Kulkarni Dir : Prabin Hazarika
  • 19. and an infant are no small a burden for her frail shoulders. She earns her livelihood doing odd, menial work in the village households. Hotel Transylvania (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Dracula, who operates a high-end resort away from the human world, goes into overprotective mode when a boy discovers the resort and falls for the count's teen-aged daughter. Magroor (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Magroor is Hindi Social film released in 1949 Starring Nigar Sultana, Rehman, Meena Kumari, Durga Khote, Jairaj D-Day (Thriller) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A team of experts dispatched to bring in The Most Wanted Man in India almost achieves the unthinkable ... until something goes horribly wrong. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director Nikhil Advani. Adomya (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm The film narrates the story of Juri, a single mother of a girl child. The film is an introspection of mother-daughter relation against hostile and selfish turnaround of events in the life of a young AIDS survivor in an urban milieu Crimson Wings (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm The mysterious lives of flamingos are captured on film with a birds-eye view of the animals living in Africa. Dir : Genndy Tartakovsky Cast : dam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg Dir : R D Mathur Cast : Nigar Sultana, Rehman, Meena Kumari, Durga Khote Dir : Nikhil Advani Cast : Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, and Shruti Haasan Dir : Bobby Sarma Baruah Cast : Pranami Bora, Sulakshana Baruah, Runu Devi, Pranjal Saikia, Purnima Saikia, Jyoti Narayan Nathn Dir : Matthew Aeberhard, Leander Ward
  • 20. CINEMA Diamond Queen (Golden Oldie) FLASH FORWARD Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Diamond Queen is a 1940 comedy adventure film starring Fearless Nadia, John Cawas, Sardar Mansoor, Radharani, Sayani, Dalpat Dir : Saurabh Varma Cast : Manish Paul, Dean Alexandrou, Elli Avram Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm When Delhi Police comes across an unusual case revolving around hacking they seek help of an expert who thinks like them only to come across a lazy hacker Mickey Arora. Pangaa Gang (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm Pangaa Gang traces the actionpacked journey of 6 kids as they battle evil forces to protect their beautiful homeland from deforestation and also save their animal friends from extinction Captain Phillips (Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Mr Sanjay Narayan, Sr. GM Marketing - Home Entertainment Services, Sony DADC. Dir : Homi Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, John Cawas, Sardar Mansoor, Radharani, Sayani, Dalpat 3RD FEB MONDAY Mickey Virus (Comedy) Dir : Pankaj Sharma Cast : Archana Puran Singh, Sudesh Bhosle, Purbi Joshi and Swini Khara Dir : Paul Greengrass Cast : Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Barkhad Abdi and Max Martini
  • 21. Ajeyo (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Pandavas - The Five Warriors (Animation) Set during the freedom movement in India, Ajeyo (Invincible) is an adaptation from Arun Sarma’s novel 'The Hues of Blessings'. BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Based on a classic Indian tale from the Mahabharata, a fight between good and evil through the tale of the five Pandavas and their struggles with their cousins, the Kauravas. Mela (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Shahid (Award winning Drama) Mela is a 1948 Hindi film produced and directed by S U Sunny starring Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Jeevan Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm An account of slain Human Rights lawyer Shahid Basheer, an ordinary citizen with an extraordinary commitment to justice. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director Hansal Mehta and actor Rajkumar Yadav. Paani (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Jitu the dumb lad finds Lila the mohurer unloading pipes from the departmental tractor in front of the local library. News spreads far and wide that that piped water shall find its way to the households of Ratanpur. African Cats (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A nature documentary centered on two cat families and how they teach their cubs the ways of the wild. Dir : Jahnu Barua Cast : Rupam Riyan Deka, Jupitora Bhuyan, Bishnu Khargoria Dir : Usha Ganesarajah Dir : S U Sunny Cast : Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Jeevan Dir : Hansal Mehta Cast : Raj Kumar Yadav, Prabhleen Sandhu, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Dir : Jadumoni Dutta Cast : Bishnu Kharghoria, Aimee Barua, Himanshu Prasad Das, Asha Dir : Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey
  • 22. CINEMA Jungle Princess (Golden Oldie) FLASH FORWARD Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Jungle Princess a 1942 action film starring Fearless Nadia, Radharani, Sardar Mansoor, John Cawas Go Goa Gone (Zombie Comedy) Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm A group of friends and members of the Russian mafia get stuck on a remote island off the coast of Goa, when new drugs at a rave party are consumed by the guests, turning them into zombies. Ghatothkach (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm Ghatothkach is based on the life of the Mahabharata character Ghatotkacha, the son of Bhima and Hidimba. D-Day (Thriller) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm A team of experts dispatched to bring in The Most Wanted Man in India almost achieves the unthinkable ... until something goes horribly wrong. Paani (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Jitu the dumb lad finds Lila the mohurer unloading pipes from the departmental tractor in front of the local library. News spread far and fast that it is only a matter Dir : Homi Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Radharani, Sardar Mansoor, John Cawas 4TH FEB TUESDAY Dir : Krishna D.K., Raj Nidimoru Cast : Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Puja Gupta, and Anand Tiwari Dir : Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Dir : Nikhil Advani Cast : Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, and Shruti Haasan Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Puja Gupta, and Anand Tiwari Dir : Jadumoni Dutta Cast : Bishnu Kharghoria, Aimee Barua, Himanshu Prasad Das, Asha
  • 23. of time before piped water finds its way to the households of Ratanpur Pirates (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm The Court Dancer (Golden Oldie) Pirate Captain sets out on a mission to defeat his rivals Black Bellamy & Cutlass Liz for the Pirate of the year award. The quest takes Captain and his crew from shores of Blood Island to foggy streets of Victorian London Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm In Manipur, graceful and enchanting court dancer Indrani has captured the heart of Prince Chandrakirti. Indrani is looked down upon because of her low social standing. Meanwhile, Prince Chandra comes under pressure to marry the princess of a neighboring land. Raanjhanaa (Romance) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A small-town boy needs to break through the class divide to gain acceptance from his childhood sweetheart who is in love with big city ideals. Ajeyo (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Set during the freedom movement in India, Ajeyo (Invincible) is an adaptation from Arun Sarma’s novel 'The Hues of Blessings'. Chimpanzee (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Aankh ki Sharam (Golden Oldie) A 3 months old chimpanzee is separated from his troop and is then adopted by a fully-grown male. Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Aankh ki Sharam 1943 family drama, directed by Balwant Bhatt and starring Prithviraj Kapoor, Trilok Kapoor, Agha, Kaushalya, Nalini Gupta Dir : Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt Cast : Hugh Grant, Martin Freeman, Jeremy Piven, Imelda Staunton and Salma Hayek Dir : Modhu Bose Cast : Prithviraj Kapoor, Sadhona Bose, Jal Khambata, Nayampally Dir : Anand L. Rai Cast : Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol and Swara Bhaskar Dir : Jahnu Barua Cast : Rupam Riyan Deka, Jupitora Bhuyan, Bishnu Khargoria Dir : Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield Dir : Balwant Bhatt Cast : Prithviraj Kapoor, Trilok Kapoor, Agha, Kaushalya, Nalini Gupta
  • 24. CINEMA FLASH FORWARD 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Bajatey Raho (Comedy) Dir : Shashant Shah Cast : Tusshar Kapoor, Dolly Ahluwalia, Ranvir Shorey, Vinay Pathak and Vishakha Singh Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm Surviving family members and friends of a man who was conned by the cunning businessman Sabbarwahl string together a series of their own cons in an attempt to bring him down. Pandavas - The Five Warriors (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm Based on a classic Indian tale from the Mahabharata, a fight between good and evil through the tale of the five Pandavas and their struggles with their cousins, the Kauravas. Deool (Marathi Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Keshya, a simple villager believes that god has arrived in his village but everyone disbelieves him. Later when the politics plays its part things take a drastic change. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with one of the talented casts of the film. Adomya (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm The film narrates the story of Juri, a single mother of a girl child. The film is an introspection of mother-daughter relation against hostile and selfish turnaround of events in the life of a young AIDS survivor in an urban milieu Dir : Usha Ganesarajah Dir : Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni Cast : TGirish Kulkarni, Nana Patekar, Dilip Prabhawalkar, Sharvani Pillaai, Sonali Kulkarni Dir : Bobby Sarma Baruah Cast : Pranami Bora, Sulakshana Baruah, Runu Devi, Pranjal Saikia, Purnima Saikia, Jyoti Narayan Nath
  • 25. Arthur Christmas (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm On Christmas night at the North pole, Santa's youngest son looks to use his father's high-tech operation for an urgent mission Miss Frontier Mail (Golden Gallery Beyond Oldie) 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Savita, aka Miss 1936, is an amateur hunter. Her father, Maganlal, arrested for the murder of a station-master, is defended by their uncle Shyamlal, who is in fact the mysterious Signal X R… Rajkumar (Action) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm An aimless youth starts working for drug baron and his mission is to kill his rival. Sringkhal (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Secrets of Wild India (Wildlife) A life journey of a young widow Ambika and her kids. Her two kids and an infant are no small a burden for her frail shoulders. She earns her livelihood doing odd, menial work in the village households. BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Hidden away in the shadow of the Himalayas, roam the last great herds of India’s giant grazers; one-horned rhinoceros, wild buffalo and Asian elephants. Through the eyes of a newborn elephant calf, visit a land of unexpected contrasts and else variety. Dir : Sarah Smith, Barry Cook Cast : James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Ashley Jenson Dir : Homi Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Gulshan,Sardar Mansur Dir : Prabhu Deva Cast : Shahid Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Sonu Sood Dir : Prabin Hazarika Dir : Duncan Chard Narration: David Attenborough
  • 26. CINEMA The Court Dancer (Golden Oldie) FLASH FORWARD Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm In Manipur, graceful and enchanting court dancer Indrani has captured the heart of Prince Chandrakirti. Indrani is looked down upon because of her low social standing. Meanwhile, Prince Chandra comes under pressure to marry the princess of a neighboring land. Go Goa Gone (Zombie Comedy) Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm A group of friends and members of the Russian mafia get stuck on a remote island off the coast of Goa, when new drugs at a rave party are consumed by the guests, turning them into zombies. Smurfs (Animation) BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world into New York City. R… Rajkumar (Action) Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm An aimless youth starts working for drug baron and his mission is to kill his rival. Ajeyo (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Set during the freedom movement in India, Ajeyo (Invincible) is an adaptation from Arun Sarma’s novel 'The Hues of Blessings'. Dir : Modhu Bose Cast : Prithviraj Kapoor, Sadhona Bose, Jal Khambata, Nayampally 6TH FEB THRUSDAY Dir : Krishna D.K., Raj Nidimoru Cast : Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Puja Gupta, and Anand Tiwari Dir : Raja Gosnell Cast : Hank Azaria, Katy Perry, Jonathan Winters Dir : Prabhu Deva Cast : Shahid Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Sonu Sood Dir : Jahnu Barua Cast : Rupam Riyan Deka, Jupitora Bhuyan, Bishnu Khargoria
  • 27. Ghatothkach (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Aankh ki Sharam (Golden Oldie) Ghatothkach is based on the life of the Mahabharata character Ghatotkacha, the son of Bhima and Hidimba. Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Aankh ki Sharam 1943 family drama, directed by Balwant Bhatt and starring Prithviraj Kapoor, Trilok Kapoor, Agha, Kaushalya, Nalini Gupta Goliyon ki Raasleela Ram- Coomaraswamy Hall Leela (Romance) 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Ram and Leela, their love, lust and the drama afterwards. Modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'Romeo & Juliet'. In Search of Guru Dutt (Documentary) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A documentary on the life and work of Indian actor, writer, director and producer of Hindi films Guru Dutt to mark his 25th death anniversary Crimson Wings (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm The mysterious lives of flamingos are captured on film with a birds-eye view of the animals living in Africa. Mela (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Mela is a 1948 Hindi film produced and directed by S U Sunny starring Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Jeevan Dir : Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Dir : Balwant Bhatt Cast : Prithviraj Kapoor, Trilok Kapoor, Agha, Kaushalya, Nalini Gupta Dir : Sanjay Leela Bhansali Cast : Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Krishna Singh Bisht and Richa Chadda Dir : Nasreen Munni Kabir Dir : Matthew Aeberhard, Leander Ward Dir : S U Sunny Cast : Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Jeevan
  • 28. CINEMA FLASH FORWARD 7TH FEB FRIDAY Deool (Marathi Drama) Dir : Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni Coomaraswamy Hall Cast : Girish Kulkarni, Nana Patekar, Dilip Prabhawalkar, Sharvani Pillaai, Sonali Kulkarni 11:00 am 1:00 pm Pandavas – The Five Warriors (Animation) Keshya, a simple villager believes that god has arrived in his village but everyone disbelieves him. Later when the politics plays its part things take a drastic change. 11:00 am 1:00 pm Goliyon ki Raasleela Ram- Coomaraswamy Hall Leela (Romance) Based on a classic Indian tale from the Mahabharata, a fight between good and evil through the tale of the five Pandavas and their struggles with their cousins, the Kauravas. 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Ram and Leela, their love, lust and the drama afterwards. Modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'Romeo & Juliet'. In Search of Guru Dutt (Documentary) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm A documentary on the life and work of Indian actor, writer, director and producer of Hindi films Guru Dutt to mark his 25th death anniversary Pangaa Gang (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Pangaa Gang traces the action-packed journey of 6 kids as they battle evil forces to protect their beautiful homeland from deforestation and also save their animal friends from extinction BNHS Dir : Usha Ganesarajah Dir : Sanjay Leela Bhansali Cast : Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Krishna Singh Bisht and Richa Chadda Dir : Nasreen Munni Kabir Dir : Pankaj Sharma Cast : Archana Puran Singh, Sudesh Bhosle, Purbi Joshi and Swini Khara
  • 29. Jungle Princess (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Jungle Princess a 1942 action film starring Fearless Nadia, Radharani, Sardar Mansoor, John Cawas The Lunchbox (Award Winning Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm The film revolves around a mistaken delivery by the Dabbawalas of Mumbai, which leads to a relationship between an about to retire, Saajan and a lonely widower and an unhappy housewife, Ila. Adomya (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm The film narrates the story of Juri, a single mother of a girl child. The film is an introspection of mother-daughter relation against hostile and selfish turnaround of events in the life of a young AIDS survivor in an urban milieu. African Cats (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A nature documentary centered on two cat families and how they teach their cubs the ways of the wild. Magroor (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Magroor is Hindi Social film released in 1949 Starring Nigar Sultana, Rehman, Meena Kumari, Durga Khote, Jairaj Coomaraswamy Hall 10:00 am 12:00 pm Films under 20 minutes that have been made by aspiring and unconventional filmmakers, curated KGAF. Dir : Homi Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Radharani, Sardar Mansoor, John Cawas Dir : Ritesh Batra Cast : Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Nawazuddin Siddiqui Dir: Bobby Sharma Baruah Cast: Pranami Bora, Sulakshana Baruah, Runu Devi, Pranjal Saikia, Purnima Saikia, Jyoti Narayan Dir : Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey Dir : R D Mathur Cast : Nigar Sultana, Rehman, Meena Kumari, Durga Khote 8TH FEB SATURDAY Short Film Competition "CHASE" screenings in association with Talenthouse
  • 30. CINEMA Pirates (Animation) Dir : Peter Lord & Jeff Newitt Cast : Hugh Grant, Martin Freeman, Jeremy Piven, Imelda Staunton and Salma Hayek FLASH FORWARD BNHS Jaideep Sahni Interviewed Coomaraswamy Hall by HT Brunch editor Poonam Saxena followed by 11:00 am 1:00 pm Pirate Captain sets out on a mission to defeat his rivals Black Bellamy & Cutlass Liz for the Pirate of the year award. The quest takes Captain and his Crew from shores of Blood Island to foggy streets of Victorian London. 12:00 pm 5:00 pm Interview with acclaimed writer Jaideep Sahni (Chak De, Khosla Ka Ghosla). Short film competition "CHASE" screenings. Chief Guest: Rajat Kakkar, Business Head, Home Entertainment Services, Sony DADC Short film screenings Chief Guest Rajat Kakkar, Business Head, Home Entertainemnt services, Sony DADC will engage in a Q&A with the short film participants. Adomya (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm The film narrates the story of Juri, a single mother of a girl child. The film is an introspection of mother-daughter relation against hostile and selfish turnaround of events in the life of a young AIDS survivor in an urban milieu. Smurfs (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Diamond Queen (Golden Oldie) When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world into New York City. Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Diamond Queen is a 1940 comedy adventure film starring Fearless Nadia, John Cawas, Sardar Mansoor, Dir : Bobby Sarma Baruah Cast : Pranami Bora, Sulakshana Baruah, Runu Devi, Pranjal Dir : Raja Gosnell Cast : Hank Azaria, Katy Perry, Jonathan Winters Dir : Homi Wadia
  • 31. Cast : Fearless Nadia, John Cawas, Sardar Mansoor, Radharani, Sayani, Dalpat Radharani, Sayani, Dalpat Kabir Khan interviewed by HT Brunch editor Poonam Saxena Sringkhal (Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 6:00 pm An interview with acclaimed director Kabir Khan (Ek Tha Tiger, New York, Kabul Express) Max Mueller Bhavan 6:00 pm 8:00 pm A life journey of a young widow Ambika and her kids. Her two kids and an infant are no small a burden for her frail shoulders. She earns her livelihood doing odd, menial work in the village households. Chimpanzee (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A 3-months-old chimpanzee is separated from his troop and is then adopted by a fully-grown male. Duniya Jhukti Hai (Drama) Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Duniya Jhukti Hai 1960 hindi film directed ny JBH Wadia and starring Sunil Dutt, Shyama, Daisy Irani, Kumkum, Agha, B.M. Vyas Short Film Competition Asiatic Society "CHASE" Prize Distribution Library steps Special Guest : Dia Mirza 8:00pm Come to cheer on aspiring and unconventional filmmakers, as one of them is awarded a prize for the Best Film at the KGAF 2014. Judged by Mr. Murli Chhatwani : Head of Distribution at Dar Motion Pictures, Veteran film critic and journo Udita Jhunjhunwala, Parvin Dabas: actor/ director and Cinema head of the KGAF. Dir : Prabin Hazarika Dir : Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield Dir : JBH Wadia Cast : Sunil Dutt, Shyama, Daisy Irani, Kumkum, Agha, B.M. Vyas
  • 32. CINEMA FLASH FORWARD 9TH FEB SUNDAY Captain Phillips (Drama) Coomaraswamy Hall 11:00 am 1:00 pm Hotel Transylvania (Animation) The true story of Captain Richard Philips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. BNHS 11:00 am 1:00 pm The Lunchbox (Award Winning Drama) Dracula, who operates a high-end resort away from the human world, goes into overprotective mode when a boy discovers the resort and falls for the count's teen-aged daughter. Coomaraswamy Hall 2:00 pm 4:00 pm The film revolves around a mistaken delivery by the Dabbawalas of Mumbai, which leads to a relationship between an about to retire, Saajan and a lonely widower and an unhappy housewife, Ila. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director Ritesh Batra. Paani (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Jitu the dumb lad finds Lila the mohurer unloading pipes from the departmental tractor in front of the local library. News spread far and fast that it is only a matter of time before piped water finds its way to the households of Ratanpur Ghatothkach (Animation) BNHS 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Ghatothkach is based on the life of the Mahabharata character Ghatotkacha, the son of Bhima and Hidimba. Dir : Paul Greengrass Cast : Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Barkhad Abdi and Max Martini Dir : Genndy Tartakovsky Cast : Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg Dir : Ritesh Batra Cast : Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Nawazuddin Siddiqui Dir : Jadumoni Dutta Cast : Bishnu Kharghoria, Aimee Barua, Himanshu Prasad Das, Asha Bordoloi, Atul Pachoni, Pabitra Baruah Dir : Singeetam Srinivasa Rao
  • 33. Saaz aur Sanam (Golden Oldie) Gallery Beyond 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Saaz Aur Sanam is a 1971 Bollywood romance film directed by JBH Wadia. The film stars Rekha and Premendra. Andaz Apna Apna (Cult Comedy) Coomaraswamy Hall 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Two conmen competing for the hand of a heiress get drawn into love - and into trying to save her from an evil criminal. Ajeyo (Drama) Max Mueller Bhavan 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Set during the freedom movement in India, Ajeyo (Invincible) is an adaptation from Arun Sarma’s novel and Jahnu Barua directed the film Secrets of Wild India (Wildlife) BNHS 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Fearless: The Hunterwali Story (Golden Oldie) Hidden away in the shadow of the Himalayas, roam the last great herds of India’s giant grazers; one-horned rhinoceroses, wild buffalo and Asian elephants. Through the eyes of a newborn elephant calf, visit a land of unexpected contrasts and else variety. Gallery Beyond 5:00 pm 7:00 pm A story of a princess who fights injustice as the masked crusader Hunterwali. Dir : JBH Wadia Cast : Rekha and Premendra. Dir : Rajkumar Santoshi Cast : Aamir khan, Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon, Karisma Kapoor and Paresh Rawal Dir : Jahnu Barua Cast : Rupam Riyan Deka, Jupitora Bhuyan, Bishnu Khargoria Dir : Duncan Chard Narration: David Attenborough Dir : Riyad Vinci Wadia Cast : Fearless Nadia, Sharifa, Gulsham Acknowledgements : Eros International, Dar Motion Pictures, Disney Utv, Sony Dadc, NFDC, Gallery Beyond, Vinay & Preeti Sinha, Shemaroo Entertainment, Wadia Movietone, Utpal Borpujari, Kabir Khan, Jaideep Sahni, Sheffy George, Sarvesh Talreja, Irshad Sayed, Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 34. DANCE GATI 1ST FEB SATURDAY ‘Sanskrutik Maharashtra’ by Cross team of Yuvak Biradari (Bharat) Maidan 5.30 pm 5.45 pm Folk flavors highlighting the spirit of Maharashtra by spirited "Yuvak Biradari" team of Mumbai who sieve time to preserve, inculcate and promote the folk arts of the state. Inauguration of Hindustan Times Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. Cross Maidan 5.45 pm 6.30 pm Inauguration of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, now in its 16th year, is a community celebration of the arts within one of the most beautiful and historic precincts of Mumbai, The Kala Ghoda Art District. Kathak Nrityasandhya - by noted Cross kathak exponent & National Maidan Award winning Marathi actress Ms Sharvari Jamenis 6.30 pm 7.00 pm Kathak Nrityasandhya is a splendid showcase of grace, rhythm and expression endorsing the Artists' stance of dance as a symphony of body and soul. Gauri Sharma Tripathi Cross Maidan 7.10 pm 7.40 pm Presenting "Waqt", a kathak dance interpretation through a contemporary lens by Gauri Sharma Tripathi. The piece bridges traditional and modern propulsive sounds by composers Niraj Chag and Taufiq Qureshi. Yudh the prespectives & one Truth - by renown Bharata Natyam exponent & veteran Ms Savitha Sastry Cross Maidan 7.50 pm 8.50 pm Many a time in our life we see perfectly good people face hardships beyond belief. Yudh focuses on this and looks into it through three perspectives of Humans, God and Satan. Terence Lewis Contemporary Dance Company Cross Maidan 9.00 pm 9.30 pm An electic, powerful and "chummeshwari" performance from the dance maestro Terence Lewis's dance company.
  • 35. 3RD FEB MONDAY Vadya Vrinda Pravah - an instrumental ensemble by veteran Kalashree Shri K.N.P Nambisan Cross Maidan 5.30 pm 5.45 pm A musical ensemble of the percussion instruments of Kerala, South India, embracing varying gati patterns. Diva Agarwal, Guru Rajendra Chaturvedi & Shri Akhilesh Chaturvedi. Cross Maidan 6.00 pm 6.30 pm A group choreography in Gopi Krishna dance style. Nartaki Academy of Bharatha Natyam Cross Maidan 6.45 pm 7.15 pm Nartaki presents a unique show which will enhance the knowledge of the artistes and audience of the rich mythological and cultural heritage of ancient Indian literature and traditions. Unique Kuchipudi dance recital by renown Kuchipudi Exponent Guru Smita Shastri & her 'Nartan Nritya Vrund' Cross Maidan 7.30 pm8.00 pm Guru Smita Shastri & her disciples of the Narthan School of Classical Dances, showcase "Alaya Nrithyam" wherein the feet of the dancer paints on canvas whilst yet embracing the syntax & aesthetics of the dance. Nalacharitham - by veteran Cross Kalamandalam Shri Maidan Balasubramanian (Ex-Principal of Kerala Kalamandalam) 8.15 pm 9.00 pm A visual mirroring of the love between Nala and Damayanti as vital then as it is today. Fictitious Group Cross Maidan 9.15 pm 9.35 pm Recognized under World's Top 8 dance teams and winners of India's Got Talent. Cross Maidan 5.45 pm 6.15 pm A fusion of rhythm, grace, gati assimilating classical styles of Mohini Attam, Odissi, Bharata Natyam by disciples who are the tomorrow of our country. 4TH FEB TUESDAY Laya Pravaham - by disciples of Guru Smt Jayashree Nair, Guru Smt Debi Basu, Kalashri Guru Smt Lata Surendra (conceived by Kalashri Guru Smt Lata Surendra)
  • 36. DANCE GATI Sharanagati - a creative composition by Mohini Attam Exponent, Teacher Kalashri Ayswaria Wariar and Troupe Cross Maidan 6.30 pm 7.15 pm The transformational journey towards the Lord which culminates in unconditional and complete surrender. Wonkot Cross Maidan 7.30 pm 8.00 pm Wonkot is a Contemporary Dance Theatre piece based on a parable "Elephant in a Dark Room" by the Persian poet Rumi. Capoeira Cross Maidan 8.15 pm 8.45 pm Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music. It is known by quick and complex moves, variety of kicks, spins and highly mobile techniques. Kathak by Padmashree Shovana Narayan Cross Maidan 9.00 pm 10.00 pm Kathak by Padmashri & "Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee Guru Smt Shovana Narayan" a living legend who seeks to make visual her redefining of the ethos and vocabulary of kathak with a deeper and wider canvas of expressions and dimensions combining artistry with her keen aesthetic sensitivity and technical excellence. Hari Bhakthi Parayan - Reaching Cross out by the Varkaris Shikshan Maidan Samelan under the guidance of Ambarishi Patil Maharaj 5.30 pm 6.15 pm A heart - wrenching performance that seeks a heart to compliment and to mirror devotion defined by little warkari boys. Dance Drama "Saggy Baggy Elephant" by disciples of Guru Daksha Mashruwala (Kaishiki Dance Academy) 6.30 pm 6.45 pm Choreographed by Guru Ratikant Mohapatra, it potrays the story of the clumsy elephant who is isolated and lonely. Nature is beautifully explored in the dance format of the exquisite style of Odissi. 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Cross Maidan
  • 37. "Samagati"- A reaching out in Cross Odissi by Ms Swapnokalpa Maidan Dasgupta (Odissi) & in Sattriya by Ms Prateesha Suresh endorsing the one Truth of all in Providence and Providence in all. 7.00 pm 7.45 pm Two diverse styles through diverse roads of awareness, seek sharanagati in the one Truth of Providence. Sri Rama Nataka Niketan Secunderabad presents A Bharathnatyam Recital by the Ramamoorthy & Guru Smt Manjula Ramaswamy. Cross Maidan 8.00 pm 9.00 pm Presents a Bharata Natyam Recital with the dancers dancing on Inverted Mud Pots with 3 small brass pots on their head and lit candles on their two hands & head and reaching out with "Deepa Tarangini". Tarantismo Creative Dance Company Cross Maidan 9.15 pm 10.00 pm "Believe" is a dance theatre production, directed by Arati Punwani Sunawala. Based on various belief systems of India, "Believe" is a heady mix of contemporary dance, belly dance, kathak, jazz, hip hop and martial arts. Salaam Bombay Foundation Arts Academy Cross Maidan 5.30 pm 6.00 pm An enthralling multi - genre performance of Ghoomar, Kathak on Bollywood taught by Guru Anjalie Gupta and Gurbani - One of the most soothing forms of singing, this piece will be performed by children from the Salaam Bombay Arts Academy. A touch of Gujarat in Mumbai by noted choreographer Ms Bhavika Badarshahee Cross Maidan 6.15 pm 6.45 pm Vibrant colors of Gujarat gather the spirit of the Raas in an exquisite wooing of aesthetics and kinetics. Splitsole Dance Academy Cross Maidan 7.00 pm 7.30 pm SSDA, founded by Dhiraj Bakshi pioneers in its ace style Jazz Funk which is an intricate combination of Jazz and Hip Hop. Two renown Sangeeth Natak Cross Academy Awardees - Dr. Aruna Maidan Mohanty (Odissi) and Dr Deepti Omchery Bhalla (Mohini Attam) present "Nritya Samagamam" 7.45 pm 8.30 pm A unique creative production by renowned veterans Dr Deepti Omchery Bhalla and Dr Aruna Mohanty highlighting their respective dance styles and using it as a didactic medium to reach out to the audience. 6TH FEB THURSDAY
  • 38. DANCE GATI Ritu - Gatim conceptualized by Lata Cross Surendra. Performing Artists : Maidan Sanjukta Wagh (Kathak), Kalashri Lata Surendra (Bharata Natyam), Daksha Mashruwala (Odissi), Shubhada Varadkar (Odissi), Latasana Devi (Manipuri), Sailaja Desai (Kuchipudi), Suman Badami (Bharata Natyam), Sujatha Nair (Mohini Attam) & Disciples of Smt Jayshri Nair 8.45 pm 9.45 pm Ritu - Gatim conceptualized by Lata Surendra - The production brings to life not only the visual poetry of varying dance forms but also the visual imagery inherent in the kavya "Ritusamhara" of Kalidasa. Momentum: A contemporary Cross dance choreography by Maidan choreographer Richard D'Costa from The Richard's Academy of Dance and Arts 6.10 pm 6.40 pm "Momentum" choreographed by Richard D'Costa is the struggle of an individual in the wheel of life and moving through odds to encapsulate his goal. Urban Age Crew Cross Maidan 6.50 pm 7.20 pm With an aim to put India on the Dance World Map, UAC presents a dance production on the new and growing style of Urban Dance. Kineaesthetics in Odissi, a Cross unique choreography by Guru Maidan Smt Jhelum Paranjape and her disciple Ankur Ballal 7.30 pm 8.00 pm A creativity that gathers the visual splendour of Odissi and also its intriguing kinetics through rhythmic variations. Natya Manjari by disciples of Cross Guru Smt Chhaya Khanvate Maidan (Nateshwar Nrittya Kala Mandir) 8.10 pm 8.40 pm Showcases the potency of the dance style to blend with semi classical elements and endorse the didactic folds of compostions to a larger audience. Pung Cholom, Maha Raas and other items by artistes of Manipuri Jagoi Marup 8.50 pm 10.00 pm "Pung" is a unique drum that is the soul of vaishnavite sankritana music of Manipur. It defines gati through a combination of dance, rhythm, acrobatics and skillful co-ordination between the performing group members. 8TH FEB SATURDAY Cross Maidan
  • 39. 9TH FEB SUNDAY St Lawrence School Cross Maidan 5.30 pm 5.50 pm Presenting a folk dance called "Hudo". The tribal yuth visit to Tarnetar Mela to find them a suitable bride. 13.13 Crew Cross Maidan 6.00 pm 6.30 pm 13.13 Crew, specialized in various Hip Hop/ Street styles is all set to please the audience with their unique dance performance. Colleana Shakti Cross Maidan 6.40 pm 6.55 pm Presenting a fusion dance choreography that epitomizes the graceful lines of Persian dance, the feminine detailed movements of Middle Eastern Oriental dance and the opulent mood of Kathak. Sampradayam by Mallika Sarabhai Cross Maidan 7.00 pm 8.00 pm Sampradayam, choregraphed by Dr. Mallika Sarabhai, stresses the change in pace and momentum that the music highlights, the frenzy of the tempo of bhajans and kirtans. The Danceworx Performing Arts Academy Cross Maidan 8.10 pm 8.30 pm Ashley Lobo's "The Danceworx Performing Arts Academy" aims to create a world of dancers with an awareness of international dance. At the Danceworx you can learn dance styles like Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary. Colleana Shakti Cross Maidan 8.45 pm 9.00 pm Presenting a contemporary fusion piece. "Pranam” being a reverential salutation, “in White” signifying the unnamed divine. The choreographies striped down the movements and ornamentation to highlight the movement qualities outside of their cultural context. A touch of Punjab in Mumbai by Amardeep Panesar (President of Rhythms International Folk Club) Cross Maidan 9.15 pm 9.45 pm An absolute vibrant frenzy of rhythms giving momentum to movements. Acknowledgements : Srusti Jain, Sonali Thakker. Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 40. FOOD FOOD TRAIN 1ST FEB SUNDAY NUTRELA presents The Art of Healthy Living with Emmanuel 4.30 pm5.30 pm WESTSIDE Watch the Junior Masterchef winner Emanuel whip up tasty healthy recipes with Nutrela Soya. Learn the simplicity of healthy cooking and everything you need to know about the endless health benefits of soya. Take Away Chef - Take Me to Mexico! 1.00 pm3.00 pm WESTSIDE Take Away Chef is a home based catering company and the brainchild of three friends who love food. Head chef Maya Dastoor will showcase her Mexican cooking skills with Enchiladas from scratch, Guacamole and a Salsa and refried bean salad. Let's Get Sassy 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Chefs Irfan Pabaney and Rachel Goenka are co-owners for The Sassy Spoon, a European fine dining restaurant that has taken Mumbai by storm. 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Dessert gourmet Ayushi Shah, aims to deliver a fully vegetarian gourmet experience for sweettoothed enthusiasts. Learn to make delicious, eggless desserts that will delight the senses and impress your guests. 1.00 pm2.00 pm WESTSIDE Watch the Junior Masterchef winner Emanuel whip up tasty healthy recipes with Nutrela Soya. Learn the simplicity of healthy cooking and everything you need to know about the endless health benefits of soya. 2ND FEB SUNDAY 3RD FEB MONDAY The Icing On Top 4TH FEB TUESDAY NUTRELA presents The Art of Healthy Living with Emmanuel
  • 41. Singing Kong 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Bandra's SingKong and Chef Vikas Seth teach you to make Pandan Leaf Wrapped Spiced Cottage Cheese with Coriander Chilli Soy, Steamed Open Buns with Textured Soya Wheat Black Pepper and Lamb Rendang with Steamed rice. Tea Tasting with Radhika 1.00 pm3.00 pm WESTSIDE Radhikas Fine Teas, is a premium signature Tea brand that has been tantalizing many a palate in urban Indian households. Radhika's Tea Etiquette training, Tea Master classes, Tea Appreciations and Tea Ceremonies showcase her love for tea and at the same time adding to her credibility of that of an expert. Between Breads 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Between Breads is a fast food joint that specializes in gourmet burgers, sandwiches and hot dogs and possibly all things between breads, including desserts. Learn to make their awesome Beef Cheeseburgers, Bacon Fries and their version of the Philly Sandwiches. Such a Tart 1.00 pm3.00 pm WESTSIDE TART Cafe, the brainchild of Aashiyana Shroff in Bandra has quickly become of the go to places for cupcakes & themed desserts. Learn about making themed cakes and goodies with this mouthwatering workshop. Moshe's 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Chef Moshe Shek is one of Mumbai's best known celebrity chefs. He specializes in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. Join him as he takes you on a journey where he simplifies and shares a few of his trade secrets. 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY 6TH FEB THURSDAY
  • 42. FOOD 7TH FEB FRIDAY Fun Flavourful French La Folie Patisserie 8TH FEB SATURDAY FOOD TRAIN 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Sanjana Patel, head chef of La Folie Patisserie will demonstrate how to make a homemade macaroon ice cream and hand painted artisan chocolate bon bons. Come and enjoy a session that will encompass the best of modern French pastry and confectionary making. Life Ki Recipe 1.00 pm3.00 pm WESTSIDE Amrita Rana, owner of Life Ki Recipe, makes artisan spreads and sells happiness in jars. Working out of a home based pantry in Versova, she is known as the Bacon Jam lady among food lovers. Learn the secrets to home made jam and confectionaries with her. Café Zoe 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE With a focus on exceptional food, Chef Viraf Patel has put together a simple menu, where you get to eat authentic European cuisine at Café Zoe. The menu ranges from wholesome, healthy food to the more decadent variety. Indulge your senses in breakfast and brunch food at this workshop. Bawi Bride 1.00 pm3.00 pm WESTSIDE Perzen Patel is the @BawiBride. Bawi by birth and foodie by life, Perzen believes that great moments are born out of great opportunities. Learn to make parsi food at home with no fuss Salt Water Tales 4.30 pm6.30 pm WESTSIDE Chef Gresham Fernandes has worked in international kitchens including a 6 month stint at Noma, which was voted Best Restaurant in the World 3 times in a row. 9TH FEB SUNDAY Acknowledgements : Westside, Detales Marketing & Communications, Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 43. HERITAGE WALKS MONUMENTUM 1ST FEB SATURDAY Walk in the premises of the Bombay High Court Registrations to be done the same day at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected between 11:00 am and 11:30 am. (Maximum people - 50, first cum first serve basis) Note: One token per person. No email registrations would be accepted. No photography allowed. 1:00 pm Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations to be done same day and passes need to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Maximum people - 75) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 4:30 pm Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations on same day and passes to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm. (Restricted no. 75) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 5.45 pm Starting point : Entrance Gate no. 4 at Bombay High Court Time of Assembly : 12:45 pm with the token Please carry a valid photo ID. The second largest building after the CST, constructed in the late 19th century designed by Col. J. Fuller of the Royal Engineers, with the imposing turrets, massive central court room, towers surmounted by statues representing Mercy and Justice..... Indulge yourself in the story of the building of stone and mortar that stands testimony to historic events that have shaped a nation. Conducted By: Kruti Garg Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and Starting Point : Bus Stop witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Opposite Regal Cinema Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will Time of Assembly: return to the starting point on completion of the tour. 4:00 pm with the token Conducted by: Parveen Mistry Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and Starting Point : Bus Stop witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Opposite Regal Cinema Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Time of Assembly: Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will 5:30 pm with the return to the starting point on completion of the tour. token Conducted by: Parveen Mistry
  • 44. HERITAGE WALKS MONUMENTUM 2ND FEB SUNDAY Walk from CST to Crawford Market Registrations before the walk at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected in between 10:00 am and 10:30 am (Maximum people - 50 on first cum first serve basis) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 11:30 am Starting point : The statue of Sir Pherozeshah Mehta, in front of Gate no. 2 of BMC Building Time of Assembly: 11:15 am with the token Witness the transition of Architectural myriad styles on 19th century Bombay ranging from public buildings and institutions to community Market spaces and the native town interwoven to socially connect and function as the most dynamic and multi cultural city Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations on same day and passes to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 4:30 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations on same day and passes to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm. Passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) Note: . No email registrations. 5.45 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 5:30 pm with the token (Only one token per person) Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with the token Conducted by: Shraddha Bhatawadekar Conducted by: Parveen Mistry Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Conducted by: Parveen Mistry
  • 45. 3RD FEB MONDAY Jewish History Walk Registrations to be done before the walk at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected between 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm. (Maximum people 50 on first cum first serve basis) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 4TH FEB TUESDAY Stained glass: A colouring book St. Thomas Cathedral to Cathedral of the Holy Name (Wodehouse Church, Colaba) Registrations before the walk at the Registration Desk at Artists' Centre and Token to be collected between 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm.(Maximum people - 50 on first cum first serve basis) 4.30 pm Starting Point : Outside David Sassoon Library. Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with token Kindly carry a xerox copy of your photo identification for entry to the Synagogue Come witness the legacy of the Jewish community in the city through its landmarks. Visit the blue jewel in the heart of the city in the turquoise facade of the colonial Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue. Listen to the history of their migration, their establishment as a prominent community of businessmen and international traders and how they built their heritage in the city. 12:00 - 1:30 pm Workshop and Talk 2:30 pm Starting Point : St. Thomas Cathedral Time of Assembly: 2:15 pm with the token Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. Talk and demonstration by : Asad Hajeebhoy 4:30 pm Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Come witness the finest stained glass in Mumbai narrating story of the city’s history and growth through vivid array of coloured panels. Stroll through some magnificent interiors coming to life with stained glass windows accompanied with a narrative on the making, use, display and conservation of stained glass in the structures. 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations same day and passes to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with the token Conducted by: Parveen Mistry
  • 46. HERITAGE WALKS Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations same day and passes need to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) Note: one token per person.No email registrations accepted. MONUMENTUM 5.45 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 5:30pm with the token Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Conducted by: Parveen Mistry 6TH FEB THURSDAY Public Dining History and emergence of Irani café's in Mumbai Registrations to be done before the walk at the Registration Desk at Artisans' and Tokens to be collected between 1:00 pm 1:30 pm. (Maximum people - 50 on first cum first serve basis) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations would be accepted. 2:00pm - 3:30pm Presentation and Talk 4.00 pm Starting Point: Rhythm House Time of Assembly: 3:45 pm with the token Before the start of the Public Dining History Walk, indulge your senses in learning about culinary history and its translation to the architectural tangible forms and functions along with the social changes in the fabric of the city Talk by : Kalyan Karmarkar and Kruti Garg. Walk through the historic fort area of Bombay and visualise the change in fabric with changes of social strata incorporating the function of public dining and emergence of café's and restaurants. Visit the few surviving Irani Café's dotting the fort area . Conducted by: Kalyan Karmarkar and Kruti Garg
  • 47. 7TH FEB FRIDAY Evolution of a Modern Mumbai - Art Deco Registrations to be done before the walk at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected between 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm. (Maximum people - 50 on first cumfirst serve basis) Note: No email registrations. 4:30 pm Starting Point : Eros Cinema Witness the transition of a Victorian Gothic City emerge into a conglomeration of architectural treasures of twentieth century India paving its way to make Bombay the only city to have the largest concentration of Art Deco Buildings in Asia. Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with the Conducted by: Shraddha Bhatawadekar token one token per person. 8TH FEB SATURDAY Port and Harbour Tour (In collaboration with the MBPT) Boat Tour in the Harbour covering Sun Rock Light House, Prongs Light House, Naval Dockyard, Indira Docks, Princess Docks, Ferry Wharf etc. Registrations before the walk at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected between 8:00 am 8:30 am. (Maximum people - 60 on first cum first serve basis) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. The boat cannot accommodate more than 60 people and would request people to collect their tokens and assemble. 9:OO am Starting Point: Evelyn House, at the JUNCTION of K Ramchandani Marg and Henry Road crossing on the sea face at Apollo Bundar. 9:15 am: Departure to wellington slipway at the Gateway of India and boarding launch and departure to Prong's Lighthouse 12:30 pm Departure from the Museum Please Take a boat ride along the harbour of Mumbai, which the Britishers had developed as a naval and trading base from 1750's which further went on to the development of dry docks and wet docks and helped establish Mumbai as the multi functional city of the region with a concentration of commercial, industrial, administrative and educational functions. Conducted by: Dilip Vishwanathan Of The Port Of Mumbai. Note: This is a 3 hour boat tour, snacks would be provided. Every Individual would be responsible of their own safety and MBPT or KGA would not be responsible for any mishap. Kids below 18 years have to be accompanied with parents.
  • 48. HERITAGE WALKS MONUMENTUM 8TH FEB SATURDAY Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations on same day and passes need to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) 4:30 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with the token Note: One token per person. No email registrations. Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Conducted by: Parveen Mistry Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations on same day and passes to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm. Passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations. 5.45 pm Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Conducted by: Parveen Mistry Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 5:30 pm with the token 9TH FEB SUNDAY Parsi Heritage Walk Outside Bhika behram Well along DN Road with pause points at Petit Library, Vatcha Agiary till Sir JJ Benevolent Institute* Registrations before the walk at the Help desk and Tokens to be collected between 10:30 am 11:00 am (Maximum people - 50 on first cum first serve basis) Note: No email registrations. 11:30 am Starting point: Bhika Behram Well (Parsi Well on Veer Nariman Road) Time of Assembly: 11:15 am *Note that we will not be entering any building. One token per person Witness a chapter in the history of a 3500 yr old world religion still practiced today amongst one of the most prominent minority communities in the country the Parsi Zoroastrians. Learn about their origins, Diaspora and advent to India. Contribution of famous parsi personalities that helped mould the city as the financial capital of the country as it stands today. Witness the built heritage forming the cultural fabric of Mumbai's heritage precinct. Walk begins outside bhika behram well aligned to the cross maidan opposite telegraph opposite. Conducted by: Sanaeya Vandrewala
  • 49. Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations to be done same day and passes need to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) 4:30 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 4:00 pm with the token Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Note: Only one token per person. No email registrations would be accepted. Heritage Bus Tour Prior registrations to be done same day and passes need to be collected from the Help Desk between 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm. Collection of passes mandatory from the Helpdesk. (Restricted no. 75) 5.45 pm Starting Point : Bus Stop Opposite Regal Cinema Time of Assembly: 5:30 pm with the token Get on to the Open Bus for a breezy and concise tour of the South Mumbai Heritage for an hour, and witness landmarks like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour. Note: Only 1 token per person. No email registrations would be accepted. Acknowledgements : Anne Thomas Panicker, Apoorva Nanjangud, Mohit Hirlekar, Kenneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, Bombay High Court, MTDC, MBPT, St. Thomas Cathedral, Cathedral of the Holy Name (Wodehouse Church, Colaba) Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 50. LITERATURE WHY DON’T YOU WRITE ME 1ST FEB SATURDAY Music Language and the City DSL Garden 6.15 pm 7.15 pm A look at the interactions between music and language with Amit Chaudhuri, and Sid Bhatia, moderated by Naresh Fernandes An evening of Urdu & Hindi readings DSL Garden 7.45 pm 9.45 pm Readings from works by Manto, Rajinder Singh Bedi and Bheesham Sahni Workshop: Longform Writing with Dilip D'Souza Part One of Two Arbour 10:00 am 1:00 pm Dilip D'Souza conducts a workshop in two parts about long-form writing. This event has limited seating. To register, please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Longform Writing Workshop" as the subject. Workshop: Longform Writing with Dilip D'Souza Part Two of Two Arbour 2.00 pm 5.00 pm Dilip D'Souza conducts a workshop in two parts about long-form writing This event has limited seating. To register, please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Longform Writing Workshop" as the subject. Master of Arts: A Life in Dance DSL Garden 4.00 pm 5.00 pm Tulsi Badrinath, author of Master of Arts: A Life in Dance in conversation with Daksha Mashruwala about the world of Indian classical dance, and writing about it. Tarq Salon: Writer's Menu Tarq 5.00 pm 6.00 pm Vikram Doctor and Samar Halarnkar in conversation on food and writing Tarq Salon: Myth and the Graphic Novel Tarq 6.15 pm 7.15 pm Focus on the Graphic novel as a growing form of literature with Amruta Patil, Samhita Arni and moderated by Imran Ali Khan 2ND FEB SUNDAY
  • 51. LITERATURE WHY DON’T YOU WRITE ME 2ND FEB SUNDAY Writing as Survival: Voices from the North East DSL Garden 5.15 pm 6.15 pm Moderator: Samrat Choudhury in conversation with Mitra Phukan, Cherrie Changte and Preeti Gill. In collaboration with 'Cultures of Peace - Festival of the Northeast' . This Festival was started in 2011initiated by Zubaan and supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation. Organised by Khublei Emerging voices from the North East DSL Garden 6.30 pm 7.30 pm Begins with Rap session by Borkung Hrangkhawl followed by discussion moderated by Samrat Choudhury, including: Prajwal Paranjape, Ankush Saikia, Avinuo Kire. In collaboration with 'Cultures of Peace - Festival of the Northeast'. This Festival was started in 2011 - initiated by Zubaan and supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation. Organised by Khublei Gujarati Panel: Meet the Poet DSL Garden 7.45 pm 8.45 pm Sitanshu Yashshchandra will read and talk with the audience about his Gujarati Poetry. Marathi Panel: Birth centenary of Indira Sant DSL Garden 9.00 pm 10.00 pm View a recorded audiovisual interview of Dr. Shreeram Lagoo taken by Pushpa Bhave in 1985 Arbour 11:00 am 1:00 pm Workshop with Tushar Pandey. The workshop will primarily explore the immense possibility of imagination in a participant’s body and mind. The work will be evolved with working in a collective and exploring the creative body in space. The workshop will feed the participants with the rhythm, movement and dynamic spaces of nature, for them to be able to use it in their poetic visions. 3RD FEB MONDAY Workshop: Writing in space - Physical storytelling
  • 52. Speak your Mind DSL Garden 5:00 pm 6.00 pm Meher Marfatia, Sooni Taraporewala and Mrs. Kriplani in conversation with Shanoor Seervai on the proverbs of the Parsi and Sindhi Communities Tarq Salon: Arun Khopkar Tarq 5:00 pm 6.00 pm Arun Khopkar in conversation with Ranjit Hoskote Tarq Salon: 'Bombay: Apocalypse Soon?' Tarq 6:15 pm 7.15 pm Naresh Fernandes and Mustansir Dalvi in conversation Marathi Panel: Interview DSL Garden 6:15 pm 7.15 pm An interview with Kiran Nagarkar Sports and Literature DSL Garden 7.30 pm 8.30 pm What do they know of cricket writing who only cricket know? Soumya Bhattacharya Editor, HT in conversation Sambit Bal and Palash Mehrotra on writing about cricket Art of Research DSL Garden 8.45 pm 9.45 pm A look at the role research plays in fiction and non fiction writing, with Sanjay Bahadur and Jerry Pinto moderated by Indira Chandrasekhar Workshop : Memoir Writing Arbour 11.00 am 1:00 pm A workshop with Hindustan Times' Editor Soumya Bhattacharya. This event has limited seating. To register, please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Memoir Workshop" as the subject. Workshop: Cultural Journalism Arbour 2.00 pm 4.00 pm Cultural Journalism Workshop with Jerry Pinto. This event has limited seating. To register, please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Cultural Journalism Workshop" as the subject. Tarq Salon: Writing for Architecture Tarq 5.00 pm 6.00 pm Kapil Gupta and Shilpa Ranade in conversation moderated Kaiwan Mehta Marathi Panel: Interview DSL Garden 5.00 pm 6.00 pm An interview with Sunil Barve 4TH FEB TUESDAY
  • 53. LITERATURE WHY DON’T YOU WRITE ME 4TH FEB TUESDAY Tarq Salon with Atul Dodiya Tarq 6.15 pm 7.15 pm Atul Dodiya in conversation with Ranjit Hoskote Gujarati Panel: Kanji Patel DSL Garden 6.15 pm 7.15 pm Creativity and Orature Iderived from oral literature of Nomadic tribes Italy. Another View DSL Garden 7.30 pm 8.30 pm Launching Gallerie’s 33rd volume is dedicated to the contemporary art and culture of Italy. With a fascinating history since the Roman Empire, Gallerie travels beyond the prescribed tourists' trail, to feature Italy’s new generation art, theatre, music, dance, photography and cinema unfolding insights into its people and places. This special Gallerie volume on Italy is a document of the current times. Bombay Books DSL Garden 8.45 pm 9.45 pm This panel is centered on new books written on the city of Mumbai by Murali Ranganathan, Sifra Lentin and Priya Sarukkai Chabria moderated by Kaiwan Mehta Workshop: Text to performance Arbour 11.00 am 2.00 pm With Avaan Patel. This event has limited seating. To register please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Performance Workshop" as the subject. Workshop: Mystery Writing Arbour 2:00 pm 4:00 pm With Zac O'Yeah. This event has limited seating. To register please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Mystery Workshop" as the subject. Tarq Salon: Suresh Chabria Tarq 5:00 pm 6:00 pm Suresh Chabria in conversation with Aspi Mistry 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY
  • 54. Karl Marx in Kalbadevi NGMA 6:00 pm 7.15 pm A Gujarati monologue directed by Manoj Shah, Written by Uttam Gada with Actor Satchit Puranik Tarq Salon: Disquiets of the city Tarq 6.15 pm 7.15 pm Focus on the city with Pankaj Joshi, Subuhi Jiwani and Vishwajyoti Ghosh moderated by Sidharth Bhatia Hope Street Poets DSL Garden 5:00 pm 10:00 pm An evening of poetry with Adil Jussawalla, Anupama Raju, Gerson da Cunha, Gieve Patel, K. Srilata, Anju Makhija, Sampurna Chatterjee, Meena Kandasamy, Ranjit Hoskote, Menka Shivdasani, Mustansir Dalvi, Dominic Alapat, Anand Thakore and Sridala Swami Workshop : Writing Children's books Arbour 11:00 am 1:00 pm Ann Whitford Paul, author of nineteen picture books and author of WRITING PICTURE BOOKS: A Hands-On Guide from Story Creation to Publication travels all the way from California to offer a workshop on the unique plotting, pacing and structure of a picture book. If you have a manuscript to work on, that’s great, but not necessary. Bring pen/paper or laptop as we’ll do several writing exercises. Workshop: Poetry Arbour 2.00 pm 4.00 pm With Arundhathi Subramaniam. This event has limited seating. To register please email litkgaf14@ gmail.com with "Poetry Workshop" as the subject. Tarq Salon: Translation Tarq 5:00 pm 6:00 pm A panel on translation in literature with Arshia Sattar, Zac O'Yeah and Anju Makhija moderated by Sampurna Chatterjee Gujarati Panel: Bhupen Khakhar's Stories DSL Garden 5:00 pm 6:00 pm Three stories by the painter, playwright and fiction writer Bhupen Khakhar (1934-2003) will be read by Darshan Jariwala, Utkarsh Mazumdar and Naushil Mehta. Renewal of the Journal DSL Garden 6.15 pm 7.15 pm Exploring the role of the journal with Hemant Divate, Chandrahas Choudhury, Ram Manohar Reddy, moderated by Ranjit Hoskote 6TH FEB THURSDAY
  • 55. LITERATURE WHY DON’T YOU WRITE ME 6TH FEB THURSDAY Tarq Salon: Translation Tarq 6.15 pm 7.15 pm A panel on translation in literature with R. Sivapriya, K. Srilata and Arunava Sinha,moderated by Sridala Swami Sharda Dwivedi Commemorative Lecture DSL Garden 7.30 pm 8.30 pm A lecture by Aneesh Pradhan Forms of belonging DSL Garden 8.49 pm 9.49 pm Authors who come from different points of view with Gautam Bhan, Anjum Hassan, Meena Kandasamy moderated by Chintan Girish Modi Workshop: City Biographies Arbour 11:00 am 1.00 pm A writing workshop with Kaiwan Mehta This event has limited seating. To register please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Biographies Workshop" as the subject. Workshop: Art Writing Arbour 2:00 pm 4:00 pm A writing workshop with Nancy Adajania. This event has limited seating. To register please email litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Art Writing Workshop" as the subject. Tarq Salon with Arshia Sattar Tarq 5.00 pm 6.00 pm Arshia Sattar in conversation with Aspi Mistry about her work and practice Gujarati Panel: Talk by Prabodh Parikh DSL Garden 5.00 pm 6.00 pm Modern Indian Poetry is jazzing and kicking Tarq Salon with Shanta Gokhale Tarq 6.15 pm 7.15 pm In conversation with Sunil Shanbhag 7TH FEB FRIDAY
  • 56. Publisher's Panel DSL Garden 6.15 pm 7.15 pm A conversation between prominent publishers from all over the country, Harsha Bhatkal, Arpita Das, Asad Zaidi, moderated by Manjula Narayan Biography as Discovery DSL Garden 7.30 pm 8.30 pm Focus on authors and the biographies they write, with Aurora Couto and Vrinda Nabar moderated by Chandrahas Chaudhury Cyrus Mistry DSL Garden 8.45 pm 9.45 pm Cyrus Mistry, winner of this year's DSC Prize for his novel Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer, will be in conversation with Gieve Patel & Ranjit Hoskote Marathi Panel: Kavisammelan DSL Garden 5.15 pm 6.15 pm Participants: Dasu Vaidya , Shridhar Nandedkar, Dinkar Manwar, Prafulla Shiledar GR Bhatkal Memorial Lecture DSL Garden 6.30 pm 7.30 pm A lecture by reknowned author, William Dalrymple Nasreen Kabir DSL Garden 7.45 pm 8.45 pm A dialogue on Indian Cinema with Nandini Ramnath Vanishing Homes of India DSL Garden 9:00 pm 10:00 pm In conversation about author TS Nagrajan's new book, Vanishing Homes of India with architect Brinda Somaiya and photographer Ketaki Sheth, Moderated by Kaiwan Mehta 8TH FEB SATURDAY Please Register for all kids events by emailing kgkidlit@gmail.com with “Register” in the subject line Please Register for all workshops by emailing litkgaf14@gmail.com with "Workshop Name" in the subject line Acknowledgements : Kitab Khana, Amrita Somaiya, Arbour Initiatives in Architecture Research, Tarq, Asmita Mohite, Kamal Vora, Ramdas and Harsha Bhatkal and the G R Bhatkal Foundation, Martin Wälde, Jayashree Joshi, and the GoetheInstitut/ Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai, Mary Therese Kurkalang and Cultures of Peace - Festival of the Northeast, Popular Prakashan, Ishika Harekal, Anvita Budhraja, and Aparna Andhare Parinita Shetty, Sonali Jain, Sangeeta Bhansali for their support and collaboration. Note: All Programs are subject to change
  • 57. LITERATURE (CHILDREN) MINI MOMENTUM 9TH FEB SUNDAY Marathi Panel: Rangsangati DSL Garden 5.00 pm 6.00 pm A program about book covers. Participants : Ratnakar Matkari, Nitin Dadrawala, Satish Bhavsar Dastangoi DSL Garden 6.30 pm 8.30 pm An Urdu Performance by Dastangoi DSL Garden 5.00 pm 6:00 pm Who will catch that crocodile that’s terrifying everyone in town? Probin policeman with his stick? Can Doctor Dutta do the trick? Find out in this delightful theatre adaptation of Anushka Ravishankar’s book by Gillo Theatre Repertory. (Age 5+) Wildlife photography with Bittu Sahgal Kitab Khana 10:30 am 12:00 pm Explore the basics of wildlife photography with Bittu Sahgal and award-winning photographers from Sanctuary Asia (10 to 18yrs) Hot off the Press - Book launch of My Gandhi Story Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Nina Sabnani and Ankit Chadha present a very visual story of Gandhi for young children, a book that came out in a unique collaboration between a Warli artist, a filmmaker and a storyteller. (Age 5+) Phiss Phuss Boom Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6:30 pm Can a fart change a life? Award-winning author Jerry Pinto gets the wind up on this hilarious collection of fart stories by Jerry, Anushka Ravishankar and Sayoni Basu. (Age 8+) 1ST FEB SATURDAY Play - Catch that Crocodile 2ND FEB SUNDAY
  • 58. 3RD FEB MONDAY Make your own audio book with Karadi Tales Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Make up a story, add the sound, mix in some music and voila you have yourself an audio book (Age 8+) About Timmi in Tangles and Monster hunts! Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Two funny and fun authors Shals Mahajan (Timmi in Tangles) and Parinita Shetty (The Monster Hunters) provide a Hole lot of fun introducing you to a host of cool characters like Idli-amma and Juju the giant and encourage you to create your own. (Age 7+) Lots of Chocolate Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Step into the world of Charlie and his chocolates with Mumbai’s best loved chocolatier Zeba Kohli in this unique book reading of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (Age 7+) From France Hot off the Press - Book launch - The Honey Hunter Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Indian Poet, Karthika Nair and French illustrator Joelle Jolivet come together to present their spectacular picture book on an unforgettable journey to the heart of the Sundarbans. (Presented courtesy of the French Book Office in India) From Australia Meet Ossie. He’s got imagination. He’s also got problems. Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6:30 pm Much loved Australian author Ken Spillman launches his delightful coming of age novel I am Oscar – the story of Oscar Updike’s Incredibly Intelligent Observations On Life, Death and Other Freaky Phenomena Ken will also read from his book The Strange Story of Felicity Frown for his younger audience. (8 to 12yrs) Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Lakshmi and Sundari are an unusual pair of twins with an unusual connection. But not everyone knows how special they are until…find out at this lively session with author Kavitha Mandana and illustrator Nayantara Surendranath (Age 6+) 4TH FEB TUESDAY 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Hot off the Press - Book Launch of A Pair of Twins.
  • 59. LITERATURE (CHILDREN) MINI MOMENTUM 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Is a comma important? 'Shall we eat, children?' or 'Shall we eat children?' are two quite different things! Learn to make your writing sparkle at this interactive creative writing workshop with much-loved children's author, Natasha Sharma from her soonto-release book Squiggle Takes a Walk. (Age 6+) Explore the unusual Dare to be different and Friends Forever Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Do boys have to behave a certain way? And what happens if a third person breaks up a pair of chaddi buddies? Film-maker and artist Gautam Benegal does a unique illustrated story-telling of two charming picture books The SuSu Pals and The Unboy Boy. (Age 6+) Dream up a Cephalopod with Shalini Srinivasan, author of Vanamala and the Cephalopod Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Who is the Cephalopod? Join author Shalini Srinivasan as she reads the weird and wonderful fables from her book. Help her give voices to the characters, and draw and make up a story about your own Cephalopod. (Age 10+) Destination Mars Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Can you actually travel to Mars? Scientists from ISRO share little known facts from Destination Mars Secrets of the Red Planet. (Age 9+) Kitab Khana 4:00 pm 4:45 pm Look out for Sherlock Sam, Singapore’s fav child detective. When weird things happen while camping on Pulau Ubin, Sherlock Sam is convinced that aliens are to blame! Authors Adan Jimenez and Felicia Low-Jimene take you deep Writing workshop: Punctuation fun with Natasha and Squiggle 6TH FEB THURSDAY 7TH FEB FRIDAY From Singapore Meet Sherlock Sam
  • 60. into this mystery book. (Age 7+) Courtesy: Singapore Government India : A to Z Quiz Kitab Khana 5:00 pm 5:45 pm Join Vidya and Greystroke as they take you on a rollercoaster ride through the wonders of incredible India. Take a Special Chabbis quiz, crack a super-duper puzzle and draw cool cartoons on your magical alphabetical tour! (Age 8+) Writing workshop - What's Your Story? Kitab Khana 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Balaji Venkataraman, author of Flat-track Bullies shares a five step formula that will turn you into a writer. If I can, so can you, says Ravi, the narrator of Flat-track Bullies! (Age 11+) Lions on the prowl! Kitab Khana 10:30 am 11:15 am What kind of mischief can three cubs get up to when their mamma is away? Find out with Shamim Padamsee and her book, Watch Out! (Age 4+) How can you make a C into a D? Kitab Khana 11:15 am 12:15 pm G’s a C that put on a moochie. Y stands on his head and Z sleeps in your bed. A zany introduction into the world of the English alphabet with writer Jerry Pinto. (Age 4+) Children of conflict Kitab Khana 4:30 pm 5:30 pm How does a child get involved in a war that’s bigger than him? How does he get trapped into terrorism? Journalist Swati Sengupta talks about her book, Guns on Red Earth and leads a debate on this. (Age 12+) Hot off the Press! Book Launch - Ela by Sampurna Chattarji Kitab Khana 5:30 pm 6.30 pm What’s Your Secret? 14 year-old Ela has a secret and it’s going to turn her world upside down. Join Sampurna Chattarji in exploring the dark world of teenager Ela. (Age 13+) 8TH FEB SATURDAY
  • 61. LITERATURE (CHILDREN) MINI MOMENTUM 9TH FEB SUNDAY Hot off the Press Book Launch of History-Mystery series Kitab Khana 11:00 am 11:45 pm Hysterically, Historically Mysterious! Join Natasha Sharma at the launch of her brand new History-Mystery series, Akbar and the Tricky Traitor and Ashoka and the Muddled Messages for an hour of hilarious history. Befuddle your brain to crack codes written in Ashokan Brahmi. Test your tongue with some hysterically historical tonguetwisters and be a fastidious historical fact-finder. (Age 8+) I can be whatever I want to be! Kitab Khana 12:00 pm 12:45 pm Join author Nalini Sorensen as she takes you on a magical journey as you discover 26 professions from A(Astronaut) to Z(Zookeeper) through song, music, enactment, props and loads of interactive fun! (Age 3 to 6yrs) 11:00 pm 11:45 pm Hilarious stories and fabulous storytelling by the entertaining Jeeva Raghunath. (4yrs to adults) Spin-a-yarn with Aunty Jeeva Museum Grounds Please Register for all kids events by emailing kgkidlit@gmail.com with “Register” in the subject line Note: All Programs are subject to change
  • 62. MUSIC CRESCENDO 2ND FEB SUNDAY Anuradha Pal Cross Maidan 5:45 p.m. 45 minute Anuradha Pal is a world-renowned tabla virtuoso who has been hailed as the first professional female tabla player by the Encyclopedia Britannica and Limca Book of Records. Being a disciple of tabla legends Late Ustad Allah Rakha and Zakir Hussain, her music encompasses multiple genres ranging from Hindustani classical to World Fusion. Laura Cortese & The Acoustic Project Cross Maidan 6.45 p.m. 90 minutes Laura Cortese &The Acoustic Project is an all-female string group comprising of Laura Cortese (Fiddle, Vocals), Mariel Vandersteel (Fiddle, Vocals) & Valerie Thompson (Cello, Vocals). The trio play a plenty of original compositions, arrangements and interpretations of OldTime, Bluegrass, Country and Celtic music. Brought to you by US Council. Poorvi Koutish, Shraddha Sharma and Coshish Cross Maidan 8.15 p.m. 40 minutes Poorvi Koutish is the runner-up from the popular singing reality show, Indian Idol. She has just cleared her 12th boards and is already on her way to becoming a successful playback singer. Shraddha Sharma is India's biggest Youtube Sensation. She has over a million hits on her channel & has taken the Internet by storm with her voice. Coshish is a band from Mumbai. Their songs carry strong social messages, delivered beautifully through Hindi lyrics.
  • 63. MUSIC Amit Trivedi CRESCENDO Cross Maidan 9.00 p.m. 45 minutes The music launch of movie Queen by Kangana Ranaut, Vikas Bahl, Amit Trivedi & Cast of the film preceded by a special performance by Amit Trivedi & his team. Presented by Viacom18 Motion Pictures & Phantom Productions. Sanjay Maroo Cross Maidan 5.45 p.m. 20 minutes Sanjay Maroo is a self-taught drum artist, composer, lyricist, producer and vocalist. He holds the Limca Record for Fastest Foot Drumming and was one of the members of legendary Mumbai bands Les Boys and Rock Machine. Spud In The Box Cross Maidan 6:30 p.m. 30 minutes Spud In The Box is a six piece Alternative band based out of Mumbai.They mostly play originals, and their music is fresh, fun & feel - good. They were one of the bands that opened for Norah Jones in Mumbai last year. Rock Veda Cross Maidan 7:15 p.m. 45 minutes Rock Veda are a progressive-fusion band hailing from Delhi. Their creative compositions are a perfect mix of Sufi, classical and contemporary music. Filter Coffee Cross Maidan 8:15 p.m. 45 minutes Filter Coffee is an Indian Ethnotropic Collaborative Project brought to life by tabla player/percussionist Swarupa Ananth & flautist Shriram Sampath, both who also double up as music producers. The live performances include a unique blend 7TH FEB FRIDAY
  • 64. of Indian Classical/Folk, instruments and vocals with electronic grooves. Georgia Ruth Cross Maidan 9.10 p.m. 45 mins Georgia Ruth is a singer-songwriter and harpist from Wales. Although classically trained, her unique finger-picking style is inspired by guitarists like Bert Jansch and Meic Stevens, with a blend of folk from the late 60’s. She’s played numerous music festivals like Glastonbury, Wales’ own Swn Festival, etc. Brought to you by British Council. Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan Asiatic Steps 6.00 p.m. 1hr 15mins Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan are sons of the legendary Sarod Maestro Amjad Ali Khan. Having trained under the master since childhood, they’ve carved a niche of their own in the field Hindustani classical and world fusion music. Rakesh and Friends Asiatic Steps 7.45 p.m. 1hr 15mins Rakesh and Friends is a young group of extremely talented musicians namely Rakesh Chaurasia, Gino Banks, Satyajeet Talwalkar, Sheldon D’Silva, Sanjoy Das and SangeetHaldipur.The nephew and disciple of Flute Maestro PanditHariprasadChaurasia, Rakesh Chaurasia, along with the talented musicians, effectively blend Indian Classical Music with Global Music. 8TH FEB SATURDAY
  • 65. MUSIC CRESCENDO 9TH FEB SUNDAY Nikhil D'souza Asiatic Steps 6:00 p.m. 1hr 15mins Nikhil D'Souza is an Bollywood playback singer, song writer and guitarist.He was the South Asia Soloist Winner at SUTASI '09 He made his playback singing debut in Rajshree Ojha's Aisha and since then has sung for many popular Bollywood films. Farhan Akhtar Live Asiatic Steps 7:45 p.m. 90 mins ‘Farhan Live’ is the music project of renowned film director, producer and actor, Farhan Akhtar. A man of many skills, Farhan Akhtar has taken over the music circuit with his band performing all his famous hits and their original tracks as well. Farhan also founded MARD - Men Against Rape and Disrimination which aims to raise social awareness against rape & discrimination of women. Acknowledgements : All performing artists and their managers. Gibson India. Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 66. STREET THE ROAD SHOW 1ST FEB SATURDAY String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Puppet characters include Dholkiwala, Saamp-Sapera, Gendh Wali (Round Ball), Bahurupia (Imitator), Pattebaz (Card player), Anarkali (Dancer) and Jadugar (Magician) etc. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Brass aChaar (Fusion Brass Quartet)- Saxophone, Trombone, Clarinet and Flute NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Progressive Poetry accompanied by a Street Play The National Streets for Performing Arts (NSPA) is a non-profit initiative to revive a culture of public performances and support the livelihoods of artists. Launched in October 2012, the NSPA performs 7 days a week, across 7 railway stations, 2 public gardens, and the City Museum with a collective of 30 musicians performing diverse genres from Indian and Western Classical to Folk, Fusion and Alternative Music. Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. This folk dance originated from the bandit regions of Shekhawati and is performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Men wear elaborate costumes and ride the dummy horses.
  • 67. STREET THE ROAD SHOW Half Wise Being, Street Play Amphitheater Opp. Max Mullar 5:00 am5:00 pm Karle Koi Jugaad Duration: 12 minutes Written and Directed: Dakshin Adyanthaya Cast: Harsh, Osama, Yogesh, Saumil, Amit, Priyanka, Vallari, Maya, Yama, Akansha and Dakshin. Synopsis: Corruption has been and is always a part of our lives. Some live with it and some get scarred for a lifetime! The play Karle Koi Jugaad depicts the unobvious with the obvious and enlightens various issues which need to be given a thought. NSPA Amphitheater 7:00 am8:00 pm Kabir Poetry and Rock and Reggae accompanied by reading of Kabir Dohas 2ND FEB SUNDAY String Puppets from WZCC opp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Hindustani Classica Vocals accompanied by Live Paintings NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 pm2:00 pm Percussion Jam with Audience Interactions (Mridangam, Tabla, Djembe) Third Face Amphitheater 2:00 am3:00 pm Street Play by Paresh Gosar Dharavi Diary Amphitheater 3:00 am4:00 pm Dharavi Diary is a Slum Innovation Project fusing entrepreneurship and storytelling to empower the girls and women from Dharavi community. Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators.
  • 68. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. NSPA Amphitheater 7:00 am8:00 pm Carnatic Classical Instrumental with a Dance demonstration 3RD FEB MONDAY String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 am9:00 pm Bhavan They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater 2:00 am3:00 pm Choir and Goan Folk Music accompanied by Hip hop Dancers Third Face Amphitheater 2:00 am3:00 pm It is years old debate that, who is best between men and women, We are either accepting or suffering or debating and if we cant find any way out then we have last option to blame system. But here, we are saying "Love n Respect is the only solution" and it is just a step away till you take out your mask. NSPA Amphitheater 3:00 am4:00 pm Marathi Pop with Djembe making demonstration Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. 4TH FEB TUESDAY String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater Uttar Bharatiya Folk with Live demonstration of flute making 2:00 am3:00 pm
  • 69. STREET THE ROAD SHOW NSPA Amphitheater 3:00 am4:00 pm Classical Rock with Audience conducting Music Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Half Wise Being, Street Play Amphitheater Opp. Max Mullar 4:00 am5:00 pm Karle Koi Jugaad Duration: 12 minutes Duration: 12 minutes Written and Directed: Dakshin Adyanthaya Cast: Harsh, Osama, Yogesh, Saumil, Amit, Priyanka, Vallari, Maya, Yama, Akansha and Dakshin. Synopsis: The play Karle Koi Jugaad depicts the unobvious with the obvious and enlightens various issues which need to be given a thought. The Dual Core By Ameya Naik Amphitheater 6:00 am8:00 pm The genre would be Fusion, western country , jazz, hindi pop, accoustic bollywood versions, Funk, Spanish, etc... Murray Molloy Amphitheater 8:00 am9:00 pm A Show that defies death, pain and reason! Watch this crazy Irishman do things that you never thought were possible before his amazing and unforgettable, one of a kind grand finale! A joyous, performance celebrating diversity by Murray Molloy Sword swallower extraordinaire! Brought to you by "Culture Ireland". Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY String Puppets from WZCC
  • 70. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Uttaranchali Folk with a background of the Uttaranchali Culture Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. St. Xavier's college's Jagrook Party Street Play Folk Fusion 4:00 pm4:30 pm St. Xavier's college's Jagrook Party, presents street play "Ugta Suraj"The theme of this street play is to create awareness on Women Empowerment through this act of chess played during the Mahabharata when 'Drupatee' was molested by "Duryodhana", though Krisha was present there he didn't do anything. We will be bring out the message that Krishna is present in everyone, but yet we dont step forward and fight for the women. The Merasi Singers Amphitheater 6:00 pm7:00 pm For 38 generations, the Merasi have composed, performed and maintained a vibrant, distinct folk music legacy that is on the verge of extinction due to India's rapid modernization. They are essentially known as the ‘keepers of stories’ which flow from generation to generation. Murray Molloy Amphitheater 8:00 pm9:00 pm A Show that defies death, pain and reason! Watch this crazy Irishman do things that you never thought were possible before his amazing and unforgettable, one of a kind grand finale! A joyous, performance celebrating diversity by Murray Molloy Sword swallower extraordinaire! Brought to you by "Culture Ireland". 6TH FEB THURSDAY String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm Pop Rock with Audience Jams They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters.
  • 71. STREET THE ROAD SHOW NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Alternative Rock with brief history of African Music in India NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Progressive Poetry accompanied by a Street Play Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 am9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Gondhal Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Folk Dance from Maharashtra St. Xavier's college's Jagrook Party Street Play Amphitheater 4:00 pm4:30 pm The focus is on the "Chalta Hai" attitude of the people which is still present in our society. We will be drawing parallel between the Sepoy Mutiny of 1847 and comparing it with how people where trapped in the hands of the British and because of their "Chalta Hai" attitude how they took advantage of us. Now, the parallel to this event is the present scenario of the "Neta's" and the Aam Admi (NOT THE AAP PARTY, but aam Admi in general), how the Neta's are looting the comman man. Vedic Chants by the students of Shri Muktananda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Amphitheater 7:00 pm8:00 pm Aim is to create positive vibrations in all who are present. A humble effort in creating awareness and respect for our Ved Shastra and let the modern world know how it has answers to most of our problems today. Chants based on Swami Nityananda's Shanti Mandir Ashram in Magod (Gujurat).
  • 72. 7TH FEB FRIDAY String Puppets from WZCC 0pp. Maxmullar 11:00 amBhavan 9:00 pm They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Hindustani Classical Vocals accompanied by Live Paintings NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Gondhal Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Folk Dance from Maharashtra The Merasi Singers Amphitheater 6:00 pm7:00 pm For 38 generations, the Merasi have composed, performed and maintained a vibrant, distinct folk music legacy that is on the verge of extinction due to India's rapid modernization. They are essentially known as the ‘keepers of stories’ which flow from generation to generation. 8TH FEB SATURDAY Pop Fusion with the Journey of Reality Shows String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 am9:00 pm Bhavan They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Choir and Goan Folk Music accompanied by Hip hop Dancers NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Uttaranchali Folk with a background of the Uttaranchali Culture Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators.
  • 73. STREET THE ROAD SHOW Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Gondhal (New) Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Folk Dance from Maharashtra Vedic Chants by the students of Shri Muktananda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya. Amphitheater 7:00 pm8:00 pm Aim is to create positive vibrations in all who are present. A humble effort in creating awareness and respect for our Ved Shastra and let the modern world know how it has answers to most of our problems today. Chants based on Swami Nityananda's Shanti Mandir Ashram in Magod (Gujurat). 9TH FEB SUNDAY String Puppets from WZCC Opp. Maxmullar 11:00 am9:00 pm Bhavan They present their performances accompanied with Pipari and beats of Dholak. Includes different Puppet characters. NSPA Amphitheater 12:00 am1:00 pm Carnatic Classical Instrumental with a Dance demonstration NSPA Amphitheater 1:00 am2:00 pm Bahurupia from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm Bahurupias are the street performers who wear different characters every day and move door to door to entertain a small group of spectators. Kachhi Ghodi from WZCC Rampart Row 5:00 pm9:00 pm The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. It is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. Gondhal Rampart Row Kabir Poetry and Rock and Reggae accompanied by reading of Kabir Dohas 5:00 pm- Folk Dance from Maharashtra 9:00 pm Acknowledgements : NSPA, Culture Ireland. Acknowledgements for Stalls : Mrunal Sarvaiya and Anuradha Mafatlal Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 74. THEATRE RANG BARAAT 1ST FEB SATURDAY Salaam... 1950's Ke Naam (Language : Hindustani) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 PM Presented By Ekjute Theatre Group (2 hrs 10 mins.) Harishchandra Bijo (Language : Parsi Gujarati) NGMA 7:15 PM Presented By Centre Stage (1 hr 05 mins.) A 'Fair' Affair (Language : Hindi) House of Tales 8:00 PM Presented By Trilogy Theatre Productions (1 hr 20 mins.) Chaar Small (Language : Hindi / English) MC Ghia 7:00 PM Presented By tpot production (2 hrs 10 mins.) OCD (Language : Hindi / English) Artists' Centre 7:00 PM Presented By Theatrewaalas (1 hr 30 mins.) Voices (Language : English / Hindi) Horniman Circle Gardens 5:00 pm Presented By Salaam Bombay Foundation (1 hr.) Three Women (Language : English) Horniman Circle Gardens 8:00 PM Presented By Neerupama/Asia Society (1hr 30 mins.) Biwi O Biwi (Language : Hindi) NGMA 7:00 pm Presented By Indian Peoples Theatre Association (IPTA Mumbai) (2 hrs.) Outrageous Adventures of The Badolas (Language : English) House of Tales 5:00 pm Presented By Saurabh Agarwal Productions (1 hr.) 2ND FEB SUNDAY
  • 75. THEATRE RANG BARAAT 2ND FEB SUNDAY Postcards From Bardoli (Language : English) House of Tales 8:15 pm Presented By Working Title (1 hr 30 mins.) Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan (Language : Hindustani) MC Ghia 6:00 pm Presented By Performers (2 hr 10 mins.) Imaan (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Motley Monks Theatre Group, Pune (1 hr.) Dramatized Reading Of Short Stories (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 8:30 pm Presented By Mitman (30 mins.) Rashomon Blues (A) (Language : Hindi) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 pm Presented By Ranga Theatre (1 hr 20 mins.) Draupadi (Language : Hindi) MC Ghia 6:00 pm Presented By The Films And Theatre Society, New Delhi (1 hr 40 mins.) Homegrown Comedy presents Schitzengiggles Improv Crew (Language : English) MC Ghia 8:30 pm Presented By Homegrown Comedy India (1 hr.) The Curious Climb Of Cutter Chee - A Gangster Spectacle (Language : English) House of Tales 7:00 pm Presented By Theatre Professionals (1 hr 30 mins.) 3RD FEB MONDAY
  • 76. Do Aur Do Chaar (Language : Hindi) NGMA 7:00 pm Presented By Abhiruchi Theatre Studio (1 hr 40 mins.) Mutton Masala Chicken Chilly (Language : Hindi) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Avitoko (1 hr 40 mins.) Arzan Khambatta's Anecdotes (Aka) (Language : English) Artists' Centre 8:30 pm Presented By Arzan Khambatta (45 mins.) Anji (Language : Hindi) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 pm Presented By Ank (2 hrs.) Open Mike House of Tales 8:00 pm Check KGAF website for details (1 hr.) Unselfed (Language : English) MC Ghia 6:30 pm Presented By ShapeShift & The Company Theatre (1 hr 20 mins.) Homegrown Comedy presents Amogh Ranadive and Karunesh Talwar. (Language : English) NGMA 7:00 pm Presented By Homegrown Comedy India (1 hr.) Naatak Nahi (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Akbar/Radheyshyam (45 mins.) Hum Aur Hamara Shehar (Language : Hindi) Artists' Centre 8:00 pm Presented By Dharavi Diary (40 mins.) White Lily Aani Night Rider (Language : Marathi) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 pm Presented By Sai Sakshi & Sokul Presentation (2 hrs 20 mins.) Karl Marx In Kalbadevi (Language : Gujarati) House of Tales 6:00 pm Presented By Ideas Unlimited (1 hr 15 mins.) 4TH FEB TUESDAY 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY
  • 77. THEATRE RANG BARAAT 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY East India Comedy Presents: Sapan Verma, Azeem Banatwala, Nick Pillow and Sonali Thakker (Language : English) House of Tales 8:00 pm Presented By East India Comedy (1 hr.) The Lovers (Language : English) NGMA 7:15 pm Presented By Preksha Theatre Group (1 hr 15 mins.) Hayavadana (Language : Marathi) Max Mueller Bhavan 7:00 pm Presented By New Theatre Group (2 hrs 55 mins.) Naatak Achcha Hai Zaroor Dekhna (Language : Hindi) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Rang Nirvana Theatre (50 mins.) The Knight's Tale (Language : English) Artists' Centre 8:00 pm Presented By Fenella's Focus On Theatre (Fft) (30 mins.) Quli-Dilon Ka Shehzada (Language : Urdu) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 pm Presented By Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Foundation, Hyderabad (1 hr 05 mins.) A Peasant Of El Salvador (Language : English) Max Mueller Bhavan 8:15 pm Presented By QTP (1 hr 20 mins.) Panchakanya (Language : English) NGMA 8:00 pm Presented By The Phoenix Players (30 mins.) 6TH FEB THURSDAY
  • 78. Ali J (Language : English) House of Tales 5:30 pm Presented By Evam Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., Chennai (1 hr.) Manbodh Babu (Language : Hindi) House of Tales 8:15 pm Presented By Vivechana, Jabalpur (1 hr 20 mins.) Bade Bhaisahab (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Performers (50 mins.) Ek Baaki Ekaaki (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 8:00 pm Presented By Astitva (1 hr 5 mins.) Chinta Chhod Chintamani (Language : Hindi) Horniman Circle Gardens 7:30 pm Presented By Vivechana, Jabalpur (2 Hrs.) Dus Din Ka Anshan (Language : Hindi) MC Ghia 6:00 pm Presented By Yatri (1 hr 20 mins.) East India Comedy Presents: Sahil Shah, Angad Ranyal, Simran Bir Singh, Aditya Desai, Jaideep Juneja (Language : English) MC Ghia 8:30 pm Presented By East India Comedy (1 hr.) Chitrangada (Language : English / Kannada) NGMA 7:30 pm Presented By Samanvay Dance Company, Banglore (1 hr.) Hijada (Language : Marathi) House of Tales 5:00 pm Presented By Akanksha Balrangabhoomi, Pune (2 Hrs 15 Mins.) Parikrama (Language : English) House of Tales 9:15 pm Presented By Seema Kohlii, New Delhi (20 Mins.) 7TH FEB FRIDAY
  • 79. THEATRE RANG BARAAT 7TH FEB FRIDAY Do Baanke (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 6:30 pm Presented By Mitman (35 mins) Trivial Disasters (Dramatized Reading) (Language : Hindustani) Artists' Centre 7:30 pm Presented By Mantramugdh (45 mins) The EQ (Language : Hindi) House of Tales 11:30 am Presented By Amygo Productions (1 hr 30 mins.) Doobdhan (Language : Hindi) House of Tales 5:00 pm Presented By Killol Kala Akademy (1 hr.) Ji, Jaisi Aapki Marzi (Language : Hindustani) House of Tales 8:15 pm Presented By Ekjute Theatre Group (1hr 20 mins.) Museum…Of Species In Danger (Language : English) NGMA 7:30 pm Presented By Being Association (1 hr 5 min.) Pishi Mavshi ( Children's Play) (Language : Marathi) Max Mueller Bhavan 7:00 pm Presented By Akanksha Balrangabhoomi,Pune (1 hr 10 mins.) Pandora's Box (Language : English) Artists' Centre 5:30 pm Presented By Metamorphosis (1 hr 15 mins.) Asmanjas Babu Ki Atma Katha (Language : Hindi) Artists' Centre 8:00 pm Presented By Frontier Theatre (1 hr 30 mins.) 8TH FEB SATURDAY
  • 80. 9TH FEB SUNDAY Game Boy (Children's Play) (Language : Hindi / English) House of Tales 11:30 am Presented By Theatrewaalas (1 hr 20 mins.) Untold Stories (Language : English) House of Tales 5:00 pm Presented By Bharati Kapadia (1 hr.) Re:play (Language : English) House of Tales 8:00 pm Presented By Visual Respiration, Chennai (1 hr 10 mins.) Classics Redux (Language : Hindi / English) MC Ghia 5:00 pm Presented By Arpana (1 hr 20 mins.) Meghdoot (Language : Marathi) NGMA 7:30 pm Presented By Astitva (55 mins.) K T Anna Jio To Aise (Language : Hindi) Artists' Centre 6:00 pm Presented By Swangvale (1 hr 15 mins.) Mr. Misfit, Ms. Clown Traveler (Language : English / Hindi) Artists' Centre 8: 30 pm Presented By Theatre Garage Project & The Shift Makers' Project (30 mins.) Acknowledgements : Ankur Parekh - Theatre Curator Team, Hanif Patni, Manav Pande & Jeet Basu (Ekjute Theatre Group) Sonali Thakker. Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 81. VISUAL ARTS Artist MOVING IMAGES Title Venue Genre Hindustan Times Photographers HT Photo Wall Amphitheatre Photo Essay KalaGhoda Arts Festival Team for Hindustan Times Unclog Mumbai Rampart Row Installation Brinda Miller, Sunil Padwal, Arzan Khambatta, Jaideep Mehrotra, Seema Kohli, Paresh Maity Gibson GuitART for Good Coomarswamy Hall Installation Four Guitar Installations Gibson GuitART for Good Madhusree Dutta, Project Cinema City/ Project Cinema City Majlis KG Art Precinct Installation Coomarswamy Hall Installation Magic Bus India Foundation The Magic Bus for MARD Traffic Island Interactive Installation Hetal Shukla Acres of Diamonds Traffic Island Installation 9X Media Bollywood ka Jalwa & POP Corn Traffic Island Installation Traffic Island Installation Students from ITE Singapore presented by Untitled DFP Singapore, Mentored by Sunil Padwal Varshah Pandit Sapno ki Sawari Traffic Island Installation Abhinav Kafare Tortoise Traffic Island Installation Chandini Pahuja, Shilpa Salvi, Shweta Naik Life's a Journey Traffic Island Interactive Installation Anay Mann for Alliance Française de Bombay Mobile Photo Booth Traffic Island Interactive Installation Ilyas Ahmed for Allstate Bull Horse & Lion David Sassoon Library Installation
  • 82. Divya Chintapalli, Lohita Turlapatia, Saumya Jain City of Dreams Amphitheatre Installation Saudamini Shah & Stuti Sampat Periscopes Rampart Row Interactive Installation Nayanjeet Nikam (Om Creation Trust) Art Trisomy Rampart Row Installation Khush Jain, Rachit Lunkad, Karan Chhibber, Harshil Visrodia, Niha Sheikh, Tithi Sanyal, Akshat Mehta Fading Impressions Rampart Row Installation Gunjan Arya for Design of Information Dream Weavers of Mumbai Rampart Row Installation Shreeya Bagadia, Karan Chibber, Kuval Sanam Chintala, Neha Dedhia, Ashita Gala, Aalekh Hirani, Vishwa Jhaveri, Sneha Mathreja, Harsha Motamarry, Huzaifa Panvelwala, Mohit Puri, Tithi Sanyal, Nishil Shah, Vagish Singh, Zenia Vandrewala Students of NMIMS BSSA Capturing Reflections Rampart Row Interactive Installation Artists from Dharavi and Santacruz for NGO Sneha Provoke/Protect Sarees Rampart Row Installation Devansh Chandak, Kevin Chhadva, Khyati Parmar & Jinali Sheth Urbino Rampart Row Interactive Installation Huzaifa Panvelwala, Kuwalsanam Chintala, Neha Dedhia, Mohit Puri and Harjas Sachdev Songs of the Sea Rampart Row Interactive Installation Natasha D'costa Plastic Bottle Mountain Rampart Row Interactive Installation Neele Buddhadev, Karan Chibber, Tithi Nirantara Sanyal, Vagisha Singh, Harshil Visrodia Rampart Row Interactive Installation Shanay Mazumdar, Harshil Visrodia & Aditi Choudhary Rampart Row Interactive Installation Tangled
  • 83. VISUAL ARTS MOVING IMAGES Artist Title Venue Genre Nitant Hirlekar Gridstract Rampart Row Installation Priyam Mehta Wave You Rampart Row Interactive Installation Arjun Rathi Frictional Origami Rampart Row Installation Artists for NGO Arpan Touch and it's Lost forever Rampart Row Installation Rajesh Nakar Kya Popat Banaya Rampart Row Interactive Installation Astha Kothari Kinetic Bench Rampart Row Interactive Installation Mithuna Murugesh, Mansi Mehta & Khyati Sheth students NMIMS BSSA Iridescence Rampart Row Installation Sonal Jadhav Junk cycle wish tree Rampart Row Installation Shreyas Khanvelkar Twisted movements of triangular forms Rampart Row Installation Ankur Rajput and Sachin Chaskar Ladka ya Ladki Rampart Row Installation Sachin Soni Tree of Life Rampart Row Installation Avi Gandhi, Amaya D'Souza, Nirvi Kothari, Sapna Rohra, Arushi Jain & Dishita Shah students of NMIMS BSSA Amoeba in Motion Rampart Row Interactive Installation Gursimran Maini, Khevna Shah, Drishti Choreographed Shadows Haria, Aarushi Bafna, Srishti Agarwal students of NMIMS BSSA Rampart Row Installation Reha Shishodia and Nayanjeet Nikam Tapal Dhadak Rampart Row Installation Shrishti Agarwal, Aarushi Bafna, Neel Buddhadev, Aditi Choudhary, Mithya Rampart Row Interactive Installation
  • 84. Miloni Doshi, Drishti Haria, Khush Jain, Diksha Jiandani, Rachit Lunkad, Shanay Mazumdar, Akshat Mehta, Sonali Parekh, Viragi Parekh, Isha Patel, Harjas Sachdev, Khevna Shah, Nidhi Shah, Iram Shaikh, Niha Sheikh, Jay Vora, Sana Noorani, Harshil Visrodia, Pranav Maharaj, Paras Gada students NMIMS BSSA Dhwani Gogri, Tanvi Kundliwal, Pooja Shah, Deeksha Somaiya, Anuradha Soman students NMIMS BSSA Ever Changing Life Rampart Row Installation Jagdish Wangde Moving the Cricket Images Rampart Row Installation Anupam Singh & Jinal M Sangoi for Child Rights and You (CRY) Spin the Top Rampart Row Installation Artist Purnima Sampat and Students from Art4All Strangers in the Light Rampart Row Installation Amit Bembalkar Mechanical to Digital Rampart Row Installation Vinit J Bat for Education Rampart Row Installation Maitri Sahasrabuddhe ME WE Rampart Row Installation Chumbak Bobby Rampart Row Installation Alok Bal and Jaganath Mohapatra and Students of Bhavishya Yaan, from Rotary Club of Bombay and Priyasri Art Gallery Rising Hopes, Moving Aspiration Rampart Row Installation Gautam Shewakramani for Audio Compass Stories from our Past Rampart Row Installation Saviya Lopes and Shriya Nair Imbalanced Justice Rampart Row Installation
  • 85. VISUAL ARTS Artist MOVING IMAGES Title PROWL, MARD, Akanksha, PASSAGES, Gibson GuitART for Good MTV Venue Genre Various Locations in Installation Kala Ghoda Baaya Design Traditional Art Westside Installation Bharati Kapadia Untold Stories NGMA Performance Seema Kohli Is Death Possible NGMA Performance Nakul Vengsarkar Pause Artists Center Photo Essay Vyom Mehta, Siddhartha Kararwal and Mrugen Rathod, for Diesel + Art Monster Family The Tank Installation Mangesh Ghogre Crosswords Artists' Center Installation Bene Israel Heritage Museum & Geological Research Center Exhibtion on David Sassoon David Sassoon Library Art Gallery Photo Essay Various Artists Art of Bengal Delhi Art Gallery Exhibition Gallery 7 Exhibition Manish Pushkale, Pandit Khairnar, Silent Windows Akhilesh, Vijay Shinde, Prakash Waghmare, Rajendra Patil, Amrish Malvankar, Pradeep Nerurkar, Rajwant Kaur Mann Filter Vintage Rock Posters Filter Exhibition Azadeh Akhlaghi, Kaveh Baghdadchi, Arash Fesharaki, Babak Kazemi, Dariush Kiani, Mahdieh Mirhabibi, Ata Mohammadi, Reza Nadji, Ali Nadjian PIX: The Iran Issue Max Muller Bhavan Exhibition & Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh, Majid Saeedi, Mehrdad Asgari Tari, Nikoo Tarkhani and Gholam Reza Yazdan.
  • 86. "Across Oceans & Flowing Silks from Canton to mumbai 18th- 20th Centuries" and "No Parsi is an Island" untill 13th Feb 11 to 6 pm. (Closed Mondays) Curated by Nancy Adajania and Ranjit Hoskote No Parsi is an Island Exhibit Peter Paul, Rubens, Anthony Van Dyck, Flemish Masterpieces from Exhibit Jacob Jordaens etc. Antwerp Organised by CSMVS and Brtitish Museum in partmership with Sir Dorab Tata Trust, Sir Ratan Tata Trust & Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust Cyrus Cylinder and ancient Exhibit Persia : A New Beginning NGMA Premchand Roychand Gallery CSMVS Curator's Gallery CSMVS Under 18 yrs Students of Fazlani L'Academie Globale Garden of Momemtum Museum Garden Installation Chayn Kohli Unaware - Eve of Destruction Museum Garden Installation Chayn Kohli Greed Of Life Museum Garden Installation Carl Hansotia Motion in Water Museum Garden Installation Vihaan Sanjay Kohli Life Museum Garden Installation Students of Cathedral School Lonavala Remember Me Musuem Garden Interactive Installation Acknowledgements: Gibson Guitars, Filter, Gallery Art and Soul & Shovan Shah.
  • 87. WORKSHOPS ACCELERATION 1ST FEB SATURDAY AVID Brings The Art Of The Lyric 6.00 pm Literature 8.00 pm Urdu Poetry & Indian Cinema ICIA Gallery Urdu Poetry and Indian Cinema Panel Discussion 1.Akshay Manwani (Author) 2.Kausar Munir (Lyricist) 3.Nasreen Munni Kabir (Filmmaker) Examine the evolution of urdu poetry from song writing in early Hindi cinema to contemporary Bollywood. 2ND FEB SUNDAY Shraddha Clay Crossing 11.30 am 1.00 pm Artists' Centre Shraddha comes with a bunch of eco friendly and creative ideas with clay modelling and pottery. Rajendra Gole Paper Sculpture 12.00 pm 2.30 pm Artisans' Rajendra Gole is a fusion artist who works with paper, glue and dentist's tools to create three dimensional sculptures and paintings, complete to the minutest detail of form and expression. Suman Basu Self Defence 2.30 pm 4.00 pm Artists' Centre Suman is a Black Belt from Mumbai and conducts selfdefence workshops for children and adults to deal with the dangers of life in a metro. The workshop will outline certain basic but effective selfdefence moves and will be inter active giving the audience a chance to learn these simple techniques. Anami Roy, Saumya Roy, Nikita Ketkar Creating Social Profit Notes On How To Become Social Entrepreneurs 5.00 pm 7.00 pm Artisans' Anami Roy is co-founder and chariperson of Vandana Foundation. He was in the IPS for 38 years.Saumya Roy is the co-founder of Vandana Foundation and a trained journalist. Nikita Ketkar is co-founder and CEO of MASOOM, a non-profit that supports education at Mumbai's night schools.
  • 88. Avid Bring The Crossover Artist Performing Arts Unnati Das Gupta 6.00 pm 8.00 pm ICIA Gallery Cross cultural Music Lecture+ Demonstration bridging the gap between Hindustani classical music and popular music. Unnati Das Gupta Vaibhav Kumaresh, Chetan Sharma And Vaibhav More Sketching And Cartooning For Everyone, Even Those Who Cant Draw 11.30 am 1.00 pm Artists' Centre Featuring live demos, clips and mass sketching session by India's finest animation gurus. The workshop will enable participants to discover joys of drawing... their own unique ways of 'seeing' and 'expressing' along with tips and tricks for animated cartooning!!! Zia Hajeebhoy Winds Of Change In Leisure Boating 12 .00 pm 2.00 pm Artisans' Zia will walk you through how this island city was once a sailing hub where the first boat that sailed around the world was built. Learn about leisure boating and a harbour that has grown. changed significantly and yet stayed so much the same as the city has grown. Dilip Yande Portfolios For Modelling And Acting 2.30 pm. 4.00 pm. Artists' Centre The workshop is an interactive one where wardrobe, make up, expressions etc needed for a perfect portfolio for aspiring actors and models will be demonstrated.Participants attending the workshop can bring their DSLR Camera. Artisans' This book will take you on a journey from snowclad Ladakh to the melting glaciers, a new colour to the landscape and its people. 3RD FEB MONDAY Visual Musings By Furqan Khan. 5.00 pm. Ladakh-The Pristine Beauty Talk 6.30 pm And Slide-Show On Ladakh 4TH FEB THURSDAY Stained Glass With Asad Hajeebhoyheritage Walk St. 12.00 pm Thomas Cathedral To Cathedral 1.30 pm Of The Holy Name (Wodehouse Church, Colaba) Conducted By: Sanaeya Vandrewala Artists' Centre Asad Hajeebhoy has built Glasscrafters on his experience of working in the art of stained glass in Mumbai. Walk with Sanaeya Vandrewala at 2.30 pm. From st. Thomas Cathedral. Registrations to be done before the walk at the Registration Desk at Artists' Centre and tokens to be collected between 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Note: Only 2 tokens would be handed over to one person. No email registrations would be accepted.
  • 89. WORKSHOPS ACCELERATION Vijayalakshmi Nachiar Behind The Label About CottonFarm To Fashion 12.00 pm 2.00 pm Artisans' Vijayalakshmi is an M.A. in Textiles and is co-owner of 'Ethicus', one of India's first organic and ethical fashion brands. She is involved in reviving handlooms and travels all over the globe to spread awareness about ethical consumerism. The workshop will focus on 'cotton' as the one fiber which is so much part of our lives, culture and politics, and its trail from the farm to the consumer. Pracheen Vegetable Dyes 2.30 pm 4.00 pm Artists' Centre The fine art of hand block printing and dyeing in vegetable colors. Do the earth a favour, don't pollute the environment. Use natural dyes 11.30 am 1.00 pm Artists' Centre Mangesh is an international crossword designer with crosswords published in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and 5TH FEB WEDNESDAY Mangesh Ghogre Between The Lines Crosswords Los Angeles Times. Editorial writer with many columns published in leading dailies including the Speaking Tree column in Times of India. Investment banker by profession. High school mentor by heart. Exploring the journey of making a crossword unravel, how different creations are actually linked to each other. Fx School Digital Cinematography 12.00 pm 2.00 pm Artisans' SachinKabir, Head of Department of Cinematography at FX School will conduct a workshop on DSLR cinematography for documentary films. The core area of the workshop would be to understand how to film for documentary with minimum gear and lights.
  • 90. Avid Brings The Future Of Theatre Theatre Panel Discussion 2.30 pm 4.00 pm Artists' Centre Panel Discussion 1. Sanjay Goradia 2. Shaili Sathyu 3.Jehan Manekshaw 4. Deepa Gahlot 5. Purva Naresh 6. Quasar Thakore Padamsee Achla Sachdev Fashion Shows - A 360 Degree Perspective. 5.30 pm 7.00 pm Artisans' Celebrating 25 years in the fashion industry. Journey from being an aspiring model to a supermodel to an award winning fashion choreographer. Come explore the world of fashion and careers in fashion shows besides being a model. AVID Brings The New Indian Storyteller ( Literature ) Writing : From screenplays to novels. 6.00 pm 8.00 pm ICIA Gallery Kanika Dhillon ( Scriptwriter - Novelist ) Harsh Wardhan ( Scriptwriter - Novelist ) Discussion, highligting the voice of a new genration of Indian writers and the distinction between the film and publishing worlds. Kavitha Rao / Charukesi Ramadurai Journalism 10.30 am 4.30 pm Artists' Centre Kavita is a Bangalore based Journalist who writes for The New York Times, Vogue. Charukeshi writes on travel, art, culture and writes for National Geographic Traveller, Conde Nast, South China Morning Post. This workshop is for anyone who wants to break into freelance journalism and takes them through the process from finding stories to approaching editors. Artisans' Starting Point: Rhythm House Time of Assembly: 3.45 pm with the tokens Experience a heritage walk with Kalyan Karmarkar and Kruti Garg. Walk Begins At 4 Pm At Rhythm House Registrations to be done before the walk at the Registration Desk at Artisans’ and tokens to be collected between 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Note: Only 2 tokens would be handed over to one person. No email registrations would be accepted. 6TH FEB THURSDAY Food History With 2.00 pm Kalyan Karmarkar 3.30 pm Heritage Walk: Irani Café's In Mumbai. Conducted by: Kalyan Karmarkar and Kruti Garg
  • 91. WORKSHOPS Shiresh Karrale Photography As An Art ACCELERATION 5.00 pm 7.00 pm Artisans' To create a photograph, it is not enough just to take an image of something. In this workshop you will learn to visualize and compose the picture. Participants attending the workshop please get their DSLR Camera. 11.30 am 1.00 pm Artists' Centre In the transition of the dance from the temple to the stage has the Art lost out to the Artist? - a reacing out by two veterans Dr Aruna Mohanty - Odissi & Dr Deepti Omcherry Bhalla - MohiniAttam Chetan Sharma11.30 am Visual Narratives And The Art Of 2.00 pm The Animated Film Artisans' National Award winning animator and filmmaker, Chetan Sharma reflects on the processes of animation- the ultimate amalgam of all arts - visual & narrative. Prakash Joshi Miniature Painting Phad Painting Artists' Centre Prakash hails from a family of paramparik artists of this art form, teaches and practices it in using traditional ways and a blend of contemporary and old subjects. The workshop will be participative, where along with a demonstration, the participants will also make a Phad painting. Artisans' A workshop on Haiti Kompa dancing and Latin and Ballroom dances 7TH FEB FRIDAY Dr. Deepti Omchery Bhalla, Mohini Attam Dr. Aruna Mohanty Odissi Dance Workshop 2.30 pm 4.00 pm Michael Francois Jacques Section President Miami -Usa (Unesco Dance Council) Dance Workshop 5.00 pm 7.00 pm AVID Brings Documenting Change - Films With A Social Voice 6.00 pm 8.00 ICIA Gallery pm Elisa Paloschi A masterclass on creating documentaries with far reaching social impact.
  • 92. 8TH FEB SATURDAY Sonie Thakkar 11.00 am I Sketch Yours You Sketch Mine 1.30 pm Colour Words. Artists' Centre Sonie is a practicing art therapist and visual artist conducting workshops for over twenty years at Crossword, Prithvi Theatre amongst others. It is a fun workshop, tracing a partner and creating a projected self and story, inspired by one's own artwork. Rajesh Jauhari Handwriting Analyst Artisans' A workshop on Graphology. Small changes in handwriting can shape your future in better direction. Learn some handwriting tricks and achieve your personal, financial and academic goals effectively. 12.00 pm 2.00 pm Ojas Bhatt 2.30 pm 4.00 Artists' Centre Svkm's Centre For Performing Arts pm Hand Drumming Ojas Bhatt is a Mumbai based composer, teacher and percussionist training hundreds of students of different age groups in various performing arts at SVKM's Centre for Performing Arts, Vile Parle. Amy Billimoria Wedding Trousseau 5.00 pm 7.00 pm Amy Billimoria is a couturier and bridal specialist with two decades of experience in her field. She will be conducting an interactive session on an ideal 'wedding trousseau', incorporating current trends and innovative designs. AVID Brings The Masters (Performing Arts) Theatre - Panel Discussion 6.00 pm 8.00 ICIA Gallery pm Artisans' Theatre-Panel Discussion 1.Deepa Punjani ( Critic ) 2.Mahesh Dattani ( Playwright ) 3.Shernaz Patel (Actor ) 4.Salim Arif (Theatre Director ) 5.Vijay Kenkre (Theatre Director ) 6.Kumud Mishra (Actor ) 7. Juhi Babbar (Actor ) An evening filled with amusing anecdotes and stirring homages that honour the best in Indian theatre.
  • 93. WORKSHOPS ACCELERATION 9TH FEB SUNDAY Sherry Merchant Feng ShuI 11.30 am 1.00 pm Artists' Centre Sherry Merchant is a Bombay based feng shui consultant, fully qualified in classical feng shui and BAZI (Chinese Astrology). She has lent her expertise to residences, offices and schools and is internationally known for teaching Chinese Metaphysics. Nina Sabnani - Ankit Chadha Narrative Art - Interactive Talk 12.00 pm 2.00 pm Artisans' Nina Sabnani is a story teller who uses film, illustration and writing to inform and enlighten her audience. She has graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts Vadodara, and her doctoral research focused on Rajasthan's Kaavad story telling tradition. Ankit Chadha is a writer, storyteller and Gandhi-lover who brings together literature, history and performance. AVID Brings The Art Of Flamenco Performing Arts 3.00 pm 5.00 ICIA Gallery pm Lecture + Demo with international Flamenco performers. 1. Shehzeen Cassum ( Danseuse ) 2. Nicte Mendoza ( Danseuse ) 3. Joshua Sierles ( Guitarist ) AVID Brings Me And My Plays (Performing Arts) 6.00 pm 8.00 ICIA Gallery pm Book Reading Recent Works by Mahesh Dattani Speakers-Mahesh Dattani ( Playwright ) Jehan Manekshaw. ( Theatre Director ) Mumbai launch of Mahesh Dattani's latest book, in conversation with Jehan Manekshaw. Acknowledgements : AVID Learning, Omkar Kashikar, Jinal Chheda, Ramu Ramanathan and All The Guest Speakers. Zeba Kohli - Fantasie Chocolates Note: All Programs are subject to change.
  • 94. URBAN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE MOVE MUMBAI 1ST - 9TH FEB 2014, SATURDAY - SUNDAY All Day Kala Ghoda Pavement An installation that captures the mobility of the city. It invites visitors to mark the distance that they have traveled to make it to the Kala Ghoda Art Festival making it the epicenter of movement for the nine days. Mumbai on the Move: Ideas Exhibition All Day Kala Ghoda Pavement Gallery Architecture/ Planning practices and institutes of Mumbai readdress the growth path of the city and evaluate the points of contention in making it a better place for its inhabitants. The exhibition of these ideation panels throw light on hurdles, possibilities and answers to “what makes up a new-age city?” 5:00 pm7:00 pm Visitors Centre Auditorium Chatrapati Shivaji Mahasangralaya (Museum) A Development Plan for Constant Growth? Is the demand for planning Mumbai and a discussion on it asks the necessary questions on the co-related infrastructure projects. It addresses the question of "Solutions or Disillusions" in fast Tracking Mumbai and the impact of Metros, Monorails, Skywalks…all pushing Mumbai to keep up to it’s desired pace. Momentum Mumbai: Installation 8TH FEB 2014, SATURDAY Unclog Mumbai: Infrastructure Panel Discussions: Participants Ashok Datar Economist & Chairman MESN (Mumbai Environmental Social Network;) Citizen Representative, High Court Committee for traffic
  • 95. URBAN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE MOVE MUMBAI congestion and mega projects issues. Pankaj Joshi Executive Director, UDRI; Board of Governor , Heritage Conservation Society,(MMRDA). Prasad Shetty, Urbanist ; Founder Member CRIT; MMRDA Shailesh Gaikwad, Political Bureau Chief, Hindustan Times Unclog Mumbai: Ideas for Rejuvenation Sameep Padora, SP+A, Architect & Planner Jayashree Bhalla, SEARCH, Architect Alan Abraham, Abraham John Architects Rahul Kadri, Architect & Planner Nuru Karim, Architect & Planner 7:00 pm9:00 pm Visitors Centre Auditorium, Chatrapati Shivaji Mahasangralaya (Museum) This session puts together thoughts on slowing down the lifestyle with a better use of its open spaces. An attempt at detoxing the city “Slowdown Mumbai” invites designers who have attempted to add the green mile to the city’s teeming concrete jungle to come and discuss on one platform the hurdles and potentials to make Mumbai a greener city.
  • 96. 9TH FEB 2014,SUNDAY Women on the Move panel to be confirmed Unclog Mumbai: Open Spaces P.K. Das, Architect - Activist. Chairperson of the Mumbai Waterfronts Centre, Steering Committee Member Vision Plan for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Ratan J Batliboi, Architect Marine Drive Makeover and Bandra-Worli Sealink.. Trupti Amritwar VaitlaDirector of MESN Associates, Founder and ex-member Urban Design Cell (RSUDC) at Rachna Sansad. 11:00 am 12:00 pm Visitors Centre Auditorium Chatrapati Shivaji Mahasangralaya (Museum) 5:00 pm7:00 pm Visitors Centre Auditorium Chatrapati Shivaji Mahasangralaya (Museum) Acknowledgements : Neera Adarkar, Mustansir Dalvi, Anusha Patel, Minakshi Jaiswal Note: All Programs are subject to change. A dialogue that invites designers to address mobility of women in the city of Mumbai. The issues discussed will invite ideas and opinions on issues such as safety, comfort and services for women as they navigate the island city considered by many as the foremost in its forward movement. The closing panel switches to a celebratory gear for the city as it becomes a happy hour of rich ideas to engage with the momentum of Mumbai. Architects and planners showcase transformatory ideas for the city's future genesis.
  • 97. The Kala Ghoda Art District is a crescentshaped precinct, with its concentration of museums, art galleries, educational institutions, boutiques and restaurants, has the finest array of heritage buildings in the city and has emerged as an important art and cultural centre, thronged by visitors and tourists from across the globe. Kala Ghoda’s buildings give the area a distinct visual identity. There are over 100,000 square feet of existing indoor gallery space, mass outdoor pavement galleries and exhibition spaces within the covered arcades, making the area a living, breathing Urban Museum. Support infrastructure like lecture halls, convocation halls and conference facilities, in Mumbai University, Elphinstone College and other institutions, gives the precinct a unique place in the world of art and culture. Kala Ghoda is a magnet for creative talent. Artists, food connoisseurs, fashion designers, architecture buffs; they flock here. With the funds from The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival and support from generous sponsors, The Kala Ghoda Association has helped physically improve the area, restoring buildings and facades, installing people-friendly street furniture and improving the amenities.