Ranga Shankara Presents Hindi Play “Bikhre Bimb”
Directed by Girish Karnad and K.M Chaitanya
Translated by Padmavathi Rao
featuring Arundhati Nag
This play is among the most successful and popular plays India has seen in recent years. The play with a curious plot has Arundhati Nag as the protagonist, essaying the role of the feisty writer, Manjula Nayak. The play has seen close to 130 plus shows, has been received with rave reviews and audience appreciation in all the major festivals of India and won major theatre awards.
Tickets available at RangaShankara box office also online on Bookmyshow
Bikhre Bimb on 4th and 5th August 2016 | 7:30 PM
36/2, 8th Cross,
(Next to J P Nagar Post Office)
2nd Phase, JP Nagar,
Bangalore 560 078.
Directions to the Venue: http://binged.it/1SJgAhV
Sai Arts International presents Sai Nrityotsav – 87
The 87th month of Indian classical dance festival conducted on 1st of every month, promoting our Art and Culture, Sai Arts International encourages the young, talented, upcoming professional classical dancers of our country and also international artists.
Kuchipudi by Akhila Deepak
Disciple of Guru. Late. Smt. Laxmi Rajamani.
Bharathanatyam by Sharath.T.Sharma and Kshamitha.R.Sastry.
Disciples of Guru. Dr. Suparna Venkatesh.
Bharathanatyam by. Nitya Narasimhan
Disciple of Guru. Rukmini Vijayakumar.
Bharathanatyam by Soundarya Sridhar
Disciple of Guru. Kanya Ramachandran.
Sai Nrityotsav on Monday | 1st August 2016 | 5.30 PM
Udaya Bhanu Kala Sangha
behind Ramakrishna Ashram, Gavipuram,
Book Launch and Discussion of GUJARAT FILES – ANATOMY OF A COVER UP
Authored by Rana Ayyub
Journalist, Author and Columnist
Advocate in Karnataka High Court &
co-founder of Centre for Entrepreneurial Excellence
Organized by Bangalore International Centre (A TERI Initiative)
About the Book
Gujarat Files is the account of an eight-month long undercover investigation by journalist Rana Ayyub into the Gujarat riots, fake encounters and the murder of state Home Minister Haren Pandya that brings to the fore startling revelations. Posing as Maithili Tyagi, a filmmaker from the American Film Institute Conservatory, Rana met bureaucrats and top cops in Gujarat who held pivotal positions in the state between 2001 and 2010. The book documents all these and more.
About Rana Ayyub
Rana Ayyub is an independent journalist and writer based in Mumbai and Delhi. Before this, she was an editor with Tehelka and has in the past worked with various television news channels including aajtak, times now, news x and reuters. Her body of investigative and political reports spanning a decade includes an expose which led to the arrest of BJP President Amit Shah in 2010. Ayyub received the Sanskriti Award for excellence in Journalism in 2011. Rana is presently an independent journalist and writes for NDTV, Outlook and New York Times besides being a commentator on various national and international news channels.
Rana has in the past been conferred the newsmakers achievers award for excellence in journalism and has been named as the fifty most influential Muslims in post independent India alongside Shahrukh Khan and Sania Mirza. In the year 2015 Outlook magazine listed her expose on the fake encounters in Gujarat as the 20 greatest magazine stories of all times across the world.
About Tejasvi Surya
An alumnus of IndiaFacts, Tejasvi Surya is an Advocate practicing at the High Court of Karnataka, at Bangalore. He is also the co-founder of Centre for Entrepreneurial Excellence, an organization running projects in the spheres of education, employment and entrepreneurship. Tejasvi is currently the State Secretary for Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Karnataka.
Thursday | 4th August 2016 | 6.30 PM
Bangalore International Centre
4th Main, 2nd Cross,
Domlur II Stage,
Bengaluru – 560 071
RSVP: 98865 99675
Screening of Kannada Short Film “23 Ippathmuru”
Presented by Reelistic Cut
Written and Directed By: Manu Anuraam.
The Film is all about the confusions that a 23 year old “Harsha” has in his life. What are his confusions? Will he be able to come out of them? Will he be successful in life? You have to watch this film if you want to know the answers for these questions.
Trailer : http://bit.ly/2ah90NN
Screening of Film on Sunday | 31st July 2016 | 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
K H Kalasoudha,
Ramanjaneya Temple Compound,
Bangalore – 560019.
Team ‘a’ Productions presents Chaw Chaw Bath
Storytelling – Medley of Songs – Set of Plays
Welcome to Bengaluru: The play is the story of every Indian in namma Bengaluru. It traces the journey of a North Indian software engineer who moves to the Garden City for six months.
The Inner Voice: We all live dual characters to meet the rules of the society. Set in a corporate world, The Inner Voice reflects the dual voice we all live with.
Freedom: The monologue deals about the real freedom that any average guy looks for in the course of his life. It will jolt you out of our comfort zone.
Inspired from the popular Munnabhai series, this play revolves around the hilarious situations that the popular character Munnabhai goes through when he sets his mind to become a cricketer to help Team India regain its past glory.
A medley of songs on various genres and languages by the musical trio of Caroline Roshini, Sam M Joy and Febin Wilfred.
Everyone has been brought up on stories told by their family members. Ajay Gopal is all set to take you to the world of fantasy with his storytelling skills.
Cast and Crew (performing artist info): Ashok Kumar Shaw, Aniruddha Manu, Manish Kumar Bajoria, Shiva Reddy, Akmal Basha, Sougat Mishra, Ajay Gopal, Shivakumar Wali, Tanveer AK, Sonalika Anand, Caroline Roshini, Sam M Joy, Anjali Udoshi, Vishalbabu Muttur, Febin Wilfred.
Producers: Chinmay Tabib and Mujib S
Writer: Ashok Kumar Shaw
Director: Ashok Kumar Shaw
Event director: Akmal Basha, Shivakumar Wali
Tickets available online on 99doing.com: http://bit.ly/2ag00VS
Sunday | 31st July 2016 | 4:30 PM and 7:00 PM
Alliance Francaise de Bangalore
108, Thimmaiah Road,
Opposite U.N.I Building,
“Raja Ravi Varma: Royal Lithography and Legacy” Exhibition
“NGMA Bengaluru, in collaboration with the Raja Ravi Varma Heritage Foundation,
In conjunction with the exhibition, two films titled “Before the Brush dropped” & “The Prince of Colour: Raja Ravi Varma” will be screened followed by a Curator’s walk by Shri Ganesh V. Shivaswamy, curator of the Exhibition at 3.00 pm.”
The exhibition is extended upto 31st August 2016.
Details of the exhibition: http://wp.me/p2QTuI-7om
Screening on Saturday | 30th July 2016 | 11.00 am
National Gallery of Modern Art,
49, Palace Road,
Bangalore 560 052.
Gallery Timings : Daily 10am to 5pm Closed on Mondays and National Holidays
Kannada Comedy Play
Director: Chandan Shankar
One of the wittiest plays of Kailasam, Huttadalli Hutta depicts the ambition and gullibility of a rich family of the pre-independence days. The plot is both hilarious and touching; the dialogues, powerful and embedded with the usual subtle expressions characteristic of Kailasam.
Tickets available online on 99doing.com | http://bit.ly/2aMDi9P
on Sunday | 31st July 2016 | 4:00 PM
KEA Prabhath Rangamandira
C A Site No.1, 8th main road,
2nd cross, Kamalanagar,
Bangalore – 560 079