What's Hot in Mumbai
As soon as you walk in, through the green light haze, the Iguana eyes stare from the large looming poster. Three smallish rooms (on different levels) make up this new Fort restaurant, set up by American businessman Jai Lalwani, who runs hotels and similar 'Ameri-Mex' concept bars in the US. We stopped at the bar for a drink and moved up the steps to the tiny space with sofas for dinner.
Nothing symbolizes the spirit of Bandra better than its unique soundscape, and the wide and varied music that fills its streets and hamlets. From Frank Sinatra to the crooners of Bandra Gymkhana, from the festivities of the Koliwadas to the soft guitars strumming at Perry road, they have it all! This year at Celebrate Bandra they've pulled out all stops to make it a really exciting one.
"Mr. Right" is Deepesh's (Designer Hippies) solo project with a powerful Deep House/Techno/Progressive Psy set. He has played at the most happening clubs and received great feedback. Designer Hippies are Romeo and his brother Deepesh Sharma. The artists are currently exploding on the global scene and are conquering new party destinations at every turn of the page.
Jug Jug Jiyo about two mothers whose kids are childhood sweethearts and living-in in a small town. The play opens with the mothers visiting the couple. The ladies open up to each other and share the dark secrets about their family. Watch them tell the couple about the shards of broken relationships from three decades in their family.
In his first one-hour stand-up special "Out of my System", Azeem Banatwala tackles everyday issues like driving, shopping, religion, Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan, as well as more trivial topics. This show is intelligent, and sometimes, downright stupid. Azeem is certain that he needs your help to get it all out of his system. Catch him get on stage and perform in front of a live audience.