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-November 22, 2018

Victims of the race What: Expressing her emotions about the rat race in this competitive world on canvas, artist Arpita Chandra’s works are on display at the exhibition, ‘Dream’. According to her, people have become victims of the materialistic world, the sickness of which she portrays through her art. In her exhibition, colour, various types […]

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-November 15, 2018

Food Fiesta What: Block your dates for Delhi’s juiciest Kebab Fest. Treat your taste buds with this festival that brings together a diverse range of kebabs, rolled out by the best chefs from Delhi. Accompanied by delightful biryanis, chutneys, and amazing drinks, the festival makes room for experimentation in your platter. When: November 17 -18 […]

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-November 8, 2018

Dessert Storm What: Block your dates for the sweetest fest in the country. The Dessertarian Fest is back: From traditional Indian desserts with gur-cheeni to alcohol-infused Mojito cake and cookie shot glasses, they have it all. The plaza will have more than 40 brands putting up stalls with a series of live acts and performances […]

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-November 1, 2018

Film fiesta What: For all the cinephiles in the city, this one’s for you. The sixth edition of the Woodpecker International Film Festival is back with a line-up of powerful films and documentaries. The festival focuses on issue-based cinema and aims to showcase the rich mélange of visual creativity. The three-day festival will screen diverse […]

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-October 25, 2018

Vintage delight What: Going back to the 1890’s, here are some rare vintage postcards on display at the exhibition titled Globetrotters: Early Postcards from the Indian Subcontinent. The exhibition captures the evolution of postcards from 1890 to 1947 in major metropolitan cities across the subcontinent, highlighting the associated themes of urbanism, popular culture, industrialisation, tourism […]

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-October 18, 2018

Best of theatre What: The Old World Theatre Festival is back with its 16th edition and will bring together the best of Indian plays from multiple cities. Over a period of nine days, 15 plays, along with workshops, will bring theatre enthusiasts closer to the stage. This edition offers a selection from the best contemporary […]

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-October 11, 2018

Recreating Ramlila What: This Dussehra, Aryan Heritage Foundation brings to you a Broadway style Ramlila called Sampurn Ramayana — in 3 hours. The grand celebration includes modern music, sound, choreography, lighting and stage design, presenting a unique exuberance of mythology in a contemporary context. The title track of the show is sung by Udit Narayan […]

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-October 4, 2018

Commodified life What: L. Rakesh was a light man before he became an assistant to B-grade superstar, Sapna. Rakesh, a sensitive narrator, introduces the milestones of this actress’ life while exposing the objectification of the female body, the male chauvinistic media that exploits a woman’s image and the toll it takes on Sapna, who is […]

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