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Roman Polanski film festival

Enlighten Film Society presents three great films by the famous director Roman Polanski — Rosemary’s

Baby, Chinatown and The Pianist.

Rosemary’s Baby (1968): A young couple move into a new apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar

neighbours and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety

of her unborn child begins controlling her life.

Chinatown (1974): A private detective hired to expose an adulterer finds himself caught up in a web of

deceit, corruption and murder.

The Pianist (2002): A Polish Jewish musician struggles to survive the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto

of World War II.


Rosemary`s Baby (136 mins) @ 12 p.m.

Chinatown (130 mins) @ 2.30 p.m.

The Pianist (150 mins) @ 5 p.m.

Fee: Rs. 500 (Full day access)

@ Russian Centre of Science And Culture, Pedder Road, Near Jaslok Hospital

When: April 27 (Sunday)



Stand-Up Comedy:

India Vs. The World

Sorabh Pant settles bouts between: India and China, India and the U.S., Nehru and Jinnah, Modi and

Bush, Kejriwal and Assange, Apache Indian and Michael Jackson, DDLJ and Titanic and even India and

India! A presentation packed with stand-up comedy, sketches, songs and celebrity cameos. Also features

comedians Aditi Mittal and Neil Bhoopalam.

Tickets: Rs. 200 to Rs. 1000

@ Sophia Auditorium, Sophia College Campus, B.Desai Road, Breach Candy

When: April 27 (Sunday)

Time: 7 p.m.




Gulabi Gang

Directed by Nishtha Jain, the film follows the pink sari-clad women of Gulabi Gang travel long

distances to wrest justice for women and Dalits, undeterred by sneering policemen and condescending

bureaucrats. Led by the rough-and-tough Sampat Pal, gang encounters resistance everywhere.

The screening will be followed by an interaction with the film maker.

@ Alliance Francaise De Bombay, New Marine Lines

When: April 29 (Tuesday)

Time: 6:30 p.m. onwards

Contact: 022-22035993/22036187



World Dance Day Celebrations

Ninad Concert Series presents World Dance Day Celebrations with:

Kathakali Solo by Prabal Gupta (Bengaluru)

Bharatanatyam Duet by Nilesh Singha & Mubina Bandookwala

Kathak Choreography by Tina Tambe and Disciples

Tickets: Rs. 150 (Available at venue on event day.)

@ Sathaye College Auditorium, Dixit Road, Vile Parle (E)

When: April 29 (Tuesday)

Time: 6.30 p.m. onwards

Contact: Dr. Tina at +91-932053333



Happy Hours: A Walk Through Chor Bazaar

A walk through the Chor Bazaar and the adjacent areas will give you a glimpse into the legend behind

the famous market for recycled and "used" items market. Along the way, take in the beauty of Mumbai's

oldest Jain Temple, the magnificent Raudat Tahera and more historical facts.

Cost: Rs. 990 per person

Duration: 3 hours

Meeting Point: Cafe Almas, Ebrahim Rehimtullah Road , Byculla

When: April 30 (Wednesday)

Time: 4 p.m. onwards

To register: +91 8425830004, +91 8425830006/ /



Masterclass with GoodFood

Sula Grapeseed Oil has its first Masterclass with GoodFood with live demonstrations by renowned chefs

Amit Pamnani and Kainaz Mesmaan.

@ GoodFood India Kitchen & Studio, 203, Rajan House, 2nd Floor, Near Century Bazaar, Above the

Lamborghini Showroom, Appasaheb Marathe Marg, Prabhadevi

When: May 02 (Friday)

Time: 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Contact: 022-22733333


Walk: Bandra,

The Queen Of Suburbs Walk

Take a walk through the historically rich and multicultural Bandra. This former fishing village continues

to harbor a 400-year history within its echelons. St. Andrews church, narrow bylanes with Portuguese-

inspired homes, Hill road, Mehboob studios, Saint Stephens Church, Mount Mary Church and Bandra

Fort will all be covered during the walk.

When: On going

Contact: +919769187580


Art: The Network:

Contemporary Art from New Zealand

This is the first leg of a reciprocal project in collaboration with Indian Art at Jonathan Smart Gallery,

Christchurch, New Zealand. On display will be artworks by about 10 from New Zealand. The exhibition

formalises the similarities of art makers and gallerists in an otherwise pluralist world.

@ Chatterjee And Lal Gallery, Kamal Mansion, First Floor, Plot No. 1/18, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba

When: Till May 10

Time: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Contact: 022-22023787

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