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Mumbai made a brighter place through efforts of WWI School of Creative Arts students

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The soul of a society rests on the shoulders of its artists. Adhering to the message, students of Whistling Woods International (WWI) School of Creative Arts contributed to two key initiatives working towards the beautification of Mumbai. Through their partnership with the Kala Ghoda Association and Misaal Mumbai, these students helped ignite a change in Mumbai’s soul.

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British Council Invites Creative Ideas worth INR 3 Million in India

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By Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: ashokpunatar@gmail.com

To mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web (WWW) in March 2019, the British Council in India has announced its Digital Open Call for all creative professionals who have a powerful idea that has the ability to engage and unite millions of young people across India, the UK and the world. British Council would like to use the opportunity of this milestone to explore what artists and art of tomorrow look like through digital creativity and presents an opportunity to  individuals, creative artists, boutique creative firms, coders and gamers to showcase their work to Indian and global audiences.

 

The World Wide Web has been central to the development of the Information Age and is the primary tool billions of people use to interact on the Internet. For countries to run seamlessly, governments to provide services to their citizens, businesses to talk to their global audiences, education to be made accessible, or simply for entertainment. 400 million Indians, and 4 billion people globally, are connected to the world wide web.

 

The British Council is looking for proposals that celebrate diversity, inclusion, equal opportunity and freedom of expression. The call is aligned to the thought that World Wide Web allows for equal access and for people to connect, learn and have more opportunities. It aims to explore the changing concept of connection by supporting digital culture projects that have been inspired by the connectivity brought forth by the internet and taking a plunge into what would future look like.

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“My character was given the luxury of being more creative and it helped me to act and portray it freely’’ – Akshaye Khanna on playing Sanjaya Baru

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The trailer of the film ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ has been creating ripples across various platforms ever since its launch. Based on Sanjaya Baru’s 2014 best-selling memoir by the same name, the movie breaks the wall between the Government and the common people. It shows a concealed perspective of the affairs inside the PMO during the ten-year tenure of the former PM, Dr. Manmohan Singh.

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Prasoon Joshi at IFFI says, Finding your own voice is important in any creative profession

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Prasoon joshi Masterclass

The second day at IFFI 2018 saw some great action unfold on-screen, but even more best-represented events played out off-screen at the multiple venues of the coveted film festival. One of the events to unfold early in the day was the inauguration of the Mahatma Gandhi exhibition at Kala Academy by the Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore accompanied by filmmaker Subhash Ghai and actress Poonam Dhillon.

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“Manto was a creative genius and a family man at the same time” says Nawazuddin Siddiqui

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Godrej India Culture Lab's Manto Now panel with Nazia Erum, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Rasika Dugal and Rakhshanda Jalil

Godrej India Culture Lab and Viacom18 Motion Pictures hosted a special conversation based upon Manto, a film by Nandita Das as a precursor to the national release. It included presence of the film’s cast members Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Rasika Dugal, literary historian Rakhshanda Jalil, as well as Nazia Erum, author of ‘Mothering a Muslim’.

Based on the idea of freedom of expression, the film revolves around Saadat Hasan Manto, the skilled satirist and chronicler of the chaos of Partition who was put on trial six times for his provocative writings. The prolific writer was thus invariably a champion of free speech. He once famously said, “If you find my stories dirty, the society you are living in is dirty.” Read more

Pune witnesses Lokmat Puneri Patya Exhibition to celebrate creative minds in Puneri styl

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Lokmat Puneri Patya

Lokmat, Pune’s No.1 newspaper successfully completed its 6 month long campaign on Puneri Patya called the Puneri Patya Varvanta Campaign followed by an exhibition. ‘Puneri Patya’ is referred to an old Puneri style of depicting ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ added with sarcasm which is humorously meaningful and draw laughs and smirks in the process. Prithvi Edifice presented the Lokmat Puneri Patya Exhibition in association with Rudra Lazer Hemotherapy Clinic and Khatri Bandhu Pot Icecream and Mastani on 23rd & 24th June 2018 (Saturday & Sunday) at Yashwantrao Chavan Natyagruha in Pune. Read more

Mr.Kartik Kalla elevated as Chief Creative Officer, Radio City

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By  Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: ashokpunatar@gmail.com

Mr.Kartik Kalla, Chief Creative Officer, Radio City

Radio City is pleased to announce the elevation of Mr. Kartik Kalla as ‘CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER- RADIO CITY’. In his new role, Kartik will lead the network mandate for creative, content and continue spearheading Programming, Marketing and AudaCITY. Read more

“ If you are a creative person you are whimpsical and trust me the world will adjust “ : says Music Director and Social Activist Vishal Roy

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Vishal Roy, the other name of versatility who raised his voice against ‘Punish A Muslim Day‘ speaks about this musical journey .Roy started his musical journey under the guidance of his mother Shyamali Roy. Initially his mother trained young Vishal, having showed undubitable passion for music Vishal received his training from  Pt. Ajay Chakraborty. Unlike most other singers he neither chose the path of relality show nor nor did he found confinemnet in vocals only. He chose to compose and co-direct to brush up his experience with commercial music. Vishal’s capabily of playing stringed instruments and his knowledge and grip on instruments he uses for his arrangements deserves special praise.Vishal already assisted eminent music composers and directors of Bollywood and Tollywood. Read more

Pooja Juneja, Simply Creative Designer Jewellery showcased ‘SONGS OF SPRING’ collection

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Parul Kapoor with Pooja Juneja

Simply Creative Designer Jewellery showcased the first glance of their collection ‘SONGS OF SPRING’, at Hotel Jaypee Siddharth. What Nature does to the world with spring, is what ‘Pooja Juneja – Simply Creative Designer jewellery’ has tried to portray with jewellery in this collection. Each piece in this collection is like a unique spring song. Sunny and warm, light, lively and lovely; a perfect balance of color and gold, shine and style, expanse and dense, the collection is crafted to bring balance and grace. Read more

India’s largest creative living campus “Creaticity” launches in Pune

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Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals Corporation Limited (DFPCL) recently announced the unveiling of its creative living campus “Creaticity” in Pune (formerly known as Ishanya).  Located in Pune and spread over a campus of 10-acre, Creaticity will redefine and revolutionize the customer experience beyond conventional shopping centres/malls. The comprehensive rebranding of the campus dramatically elevates the focus from a mall to establish an ecosystem that fosters co-creation, belonging and expression. Arguably, India’s largest Creative living Campus of this nature, it aims to transform traditional retail spaces into a destination for all by nurturing multiple cities such as Home city, Food city, Sports city, Art city, Entertainment city and presents a plethora of fresh offerings in the F&B, Entertainment, Home Décor, Art & Culture and Music entertainment categories. The aim is to enable everyday creativity elements in every person who visits and engages with the campus called Creaticity and inspire them with the joy of creation. Read more