Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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Director K.Vishwanath B'day Spcl
Wed Feb 19, 1:30 PM
MOVIEVOLUME.COM
విశ్వ 'నాదం'
సినీ ప్రియులకు, కళాభిమానులకు స్వాగతం
శాస్త్రీయ సంగీతానికి , నాట్య కళా సంస్ర్కృతికి తన సినిమాల్లో సమోన్నత స్థానమిచ్చి.. తెలుగు సాంప్రదాయానికి పట్టాభిషేకం చేసిన అద్వితీయ దర్శకుడు కళా తపస్వి శ్రీ కె.విశ్వనాథ్ గారు. ఈ నెల 19న ఆయన జన్మదినం సందర్భంగా లమాకాన్ వేదిక గా ఆయన సినిమాల్లోని సాహితీ విలువలు కలిగిన పలు గీతాల్ని ప్రదర్శిస్తున్నాం. అనంతరం ఆ పాటల గొప్పతనాన్ని, అందులోని సాహిత్యాన్ని ప్రస్తావిస్తూ చర్చా కార్యక్రమం ఉంటుంది. ఈ సందర్భంగా విశ్వనాథ్ గారి అభిమానులను, సినీ ప్రియుల్ని ఈ కార్యక్రమానికి సవినయంగా ఆహ్వానిస్తున్నాం .
మూవీవాల్యూమ్ .కామ్ ఆధ్వర్యంలో జరగబోవు ఈ కార్యక్రమానికి అందరూ తప్పక విచ్చేయ ప్రార్ధన.
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Bazm e Sukhan
Wed Feb 19, 5:00 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Wednesday at 5 pm at Lamakaan and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer or a particular aspect of the form, structure or grammar of Urdu writing
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Amour Movie Screening
Wed Feb 19, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
Octogenarian couple George and Anne's happy life comes to a halt, when Anne suffers from a stroke and George must do everything possible to help her recover.
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Abbey! Em Ledu...
Thu Feb 20, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar Presents Its first Telugu Play “ABBEY! EM LEDU…” Writer: Sankaramanchi Parthasarathy Director: Vinay Varma.
A loving couple, their “deaf” cook, a colorful boss, two intruders, a lost ring, a Doctor who never turns up… and an adventure with the “forbidden apple”. On a relaxed weekend, a young homemaker loses her expensive ring as she’s leaving for a family function. The husband, as it happens often, suspects the deaf and “ailing” cook – at loggerheads with him all the time - of stealing and promises to find the ring by the time she returns. Enter the boss, planning a rendezvous. Absence of wife at home brings in sneaky opportunities for the husband to explore. As he steps out, two small-time thieves enter for a quick robbery. The Boss now pretends to be the cook in front of the intruders, whom he presumes to be the Doctor and his Compounder, misleading to a mashup of events. What follows next is a comedy of errors, creating more confusion, just as the ring is found…And the wife returns…Who is the thief? Does the wife eventually get her ring back?
Find out all this and much more harmless mischief in Sankaramanchi Parthasarathy’s Telugu One-Act “Abbey! Em Ledu…”, directed by Vinay Varma.
At Lamakaan on 20th and 21st February 2020. 8 pm on both the days. Ticket: Rs. 200/-, available with www.bookmyshow.com
Contact: Swetha @ 9949567427 and Subhra @ 7337420894
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Abbey! Em Ledu...
Fri Feb 21, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar Presents Its first Telugu Play “ABBEY! EM LEDU…” Writer: Sankaramanchi Parthasarathy Director: Vinay Varma.
A loving couple, their “deaf” cook, a colorful boss, two intruders, a lost ring, a Doctor who never turns up… and an adventure with the “forbidden apple”. On a relaxed weekend, a young homemaker loses her expensive ring as she’s leaving for a family function. The husband, as it happens often, suspects the deaf and “ailing” cook – at loggerheads with him all the time - of stealing and promises to find the ring by the time she returns. Enter the boss, planning a rendezvous. Absence of wife at home brings in sneaky opportunities for the husband to explore. As he steps out, two small-time thieves enter for a quick robbery. The Boss now pretends to be the cook in front of the intruders, whom he presumes to be the Doctor and his Compounder, misleading to a mashup of events. What follows next is a comedy of errors, creating more confusion, just as the ring is found…And the wife returns…Who is the thief? Does the wife eventually get her ring back?
Find out all this and much more harmless mischief in Sankaramanchi Parthasarathy’s Telugu One-Act “Abbey! Em Ledu…”, directed by Vinay Varma.
At Lamakaan on 20th and 21st February 2020. 8 pm on both the days. Ticket: Rs. 200/-, available with www.bookmyshow.com
Contact: Swetha @ 9949567427 and Subhra @ 7337420894
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Children's Art Exhibition
Sat Feb 22, 12:00 PM
Puja Chauhan
Savitribai Phule Drawing Class is a open space for children from marginalised background to learn art.We are located in Masjid Banda, Hyderabad. Twenty children attend our weekend classes on a regular basis. We completed two years. This we like to showcase children's art done during the last one year to a larger audience.
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Esprimiti
Sat Feb 22, 6:00 PM
Bengalis in Hyderabad
Bengalis in Hyderabad is organising a cultural evening providing its members a platform to showcase a range of talents. The evening, commemorating some of the premier literary figures from Bengal, will feature song, dance, skits, recitation and more. Join us as we celebrate the rich tradition of Bengal in our own way and create everlasting memories through lively interactions and networking.

Bengalis in Hyderabad is a young, dynamic, not-for-profit organisation which started its journey in 2006 as an unofficial group on the erstwhile Orkut platform. Today, it's a registered society with upwards of 20K members across social media channels and widely known for its contribution in the field of art, culture, cinema, societal causes and more. Upholding the spirit of Bengal and in relentless pursuit of cultural exchange, BiH has evolved to be one of the premier regional organisations in the twin cities.
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LADO easy steps to harmony
Sun Feb 23, 11:00 AM
Natalia Rodionova-Mehta
AGIDIGBA PROJECT
presents
Introductions and promo master class
“LADO,
Eclectic way of Finding Harmony”
by professional Russian dance and stage movement teacher, physical culture coach
Natasha Shiraz:

I do not invent the wheel, discover America or promise magic in one day - I simply share my own experience, my passion and joy!

My aim is to attract attention especially of people who have given up on themselves, leading to a sedentary lifestyle and numerous health issues, and to convince them to get rid of their self-belief “I can not dance” or “It’s too late”, “I have no time” and to prove that anybody, no doubts - ANYBODY can and should dance for it endless and obvious benefits and goals.
I would like to “shake it off” and show how easy, pleasant and most importantly, healthy dance practice can be, which I combine with vast numbers of rehabilitation gymnastic, stretching, energetic and relaxation techniques, games and many more, depend on the age and fitness level of participants as well as their priorities and wishes, so it will be easy to find and select what will be interesting and suitable for you.


based on different dance and movement techniques,
open to all who are young at heart.
Very dense and tense concentrated essentials of
Russian Classic and Modern Jazz,
Vortex gymnastic,
morning Energetic rejuvenating routine,
Regal posture and cat walk,
Self Choreography
Physiological Gestures
and many more…
Simple steps, easy to understand and pleasant to practice.

You can look forward to expert guidance in exploring the limitless possibilities
of body and mind through movement with awareness;
with a take home body-mind balancing routine that is quick and beneficial for people from all walks of life,
absolute beginners and zero experience,
suitable for
housewives and entrepreneurs,
grannies and teens, busy and retired, active and not really…
Best for those who gave up, unconfident and very lazy.
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Feb 23, 2:30 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.
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A STRANGE-r CONNECT
Sun Feb 23, 4:00 PM
Trisha Chatterjee

The toughest part in any conversation or situation is saying “No”. It’s always easy to say a “Yes”, but saying “No” requires strength and courage and when someone says “NO”, then it means “NO”. Period!

Strange-r’s connect presents to you, the very first event of 2020, “’No’ Power, ‘No’ Stories”. A place, where you can come and share your first “No” experience. Whether you said “No” to a friend or to a loved one Or said “No” to your bosses in your workplace, it all matters. Starting from a situation to a person, from a habit to a decision, YOUR No stories count. Telling these stories requires a lot of courage, but again these are the stories which empowers and encourages someone to say these two powerful syllable and avoid ugly circumstances.

So come ahead and share. Inspire your kind and help your peer. Be assured that your story holds the potential to give someone a boost of courage and hope!
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Trends in Southern Cinema
Tue Feb 25, 8:00 PM
Bhavan's College Alumni Association
It has been a roller coaster 21st century for south Indian cinema in the first two decades of the millennium. We media students of Bhavan's College of Communication and Management would present a discussion on the ebbs and tides the four southern film industries have faced. This is proposed to be the first of a series to be held every month which is aimed at being informative and comprehensive. Entry is free for all cinema lovers irrespective of age and gender.
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Bazm e Sukhan
Wed Feb 26, 5:00 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Wednesday at 5 pm at Lamakaan and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer or a particular aspect of the form, structure or grammar of Urdu writing
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Annie Hall Movie Screening
Wed Feb 26, 7:00 PM
Cinephiles Film Club
Alvy Singer, a divorced Jewish comedian, reflects on his relationship with ex-lover Annie Hall, an aspiring nightclub singer, which ended abruptly just like his previous marriages.
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Music Club
Thu Feb 27, 6:30 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Do you want to share and listen to music, talk about it, understand and appreciate it better?Then you can join us Last Thursday's of every month, at 6:30 pm at Lamakaan.
It is an informal group with no restrictions on entry. Drop in on 27th February. This month, Aradhana Karhade, the famous khayal singer will breakdown a Chhota Khayal. Explain the nuances with examples.

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Vakrinchina vasthavam
Thu Feb 27, 8:00 PM
Amaan Ahmad (The Unknown Pen)
Vakrinchina vasthavam' is an original psychological Telugu play written and directed by Amaan Ahmad. Arjun, the protagonist, is happy and content in his day-to-day life. He is unaware of technology and never used a mobile phone or the internet. One day, he gets introduced to a phone and technology and his life changes from there. He becomes the prisoner of technology and gets incarcerated inside his own mind. The play has shifts and emotional turmoil within, and it touches today's life in a subtle manner as to how technology is ruining imagination and how people are addicted to the internet and mobile phones. The play starts with Arjun enjoying nature, listening to the radio. He is oblivious to technology. Technology comes in his life out of nowhere and he is scared at first. Everything turns gloomy and dark. Savitri, his friend/love-interest, tries to calm him down but the entire existence of Savitri is his illusion. The inner turmoil of Arjun takes various shapes within the play and as we reach the climax, he is completely engrossed in technology (phone/internet) and loses his sanity.
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COUNTERING ONLINE HATE
Fri Feb 28, 6:00 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
COUNTERING ONLINE HATE

Open Discussion

At lamakaan Feb 28th 6 p.m
Moderated by Ritu Sharma

Ritu has done research on the coverage of Islam in the post ISIS Germany by the newspapet sites She has been doing research on use of social media during the protests in Kashmir. She has been looking at how Social Media has been trying to decoding the role played by social media in fomenting religious hate in the present day world. She would prepare a ground for a brainstorming session in countering the online hate by outlining the scenario and the movements going on across the world to deal with hate online.
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Anhad-Documentary Theatre Worksh
Sat Feb 29, 11:00 AM
Yamini Krishna
This workshop discusses the current political moment using some historical and contemporary texts and aims at producing the tale of our times in our own voices. It aims to end with a theatre presentation.
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ChangeChitra Film Festival - Documentary films for activism
Sat Feb 29, 2:00 PM
Video Volunteers
ChangeChitra is a yearlong mentoring program in which 60 young novice filmmakers produced 16 high-quality documentary films on social issues. Participants in this immersive program were provided professional equipment and learned filmmaking and editing techniques at three residential workshops of six days each and worked in teams to research, ideate and produce compelling short documentaries, that explored India’s myriad challenges and successes from new angles and revealed untold stories.
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Urdu Zamaney key ICU mey
Sat Feb 29, 7:30 PM
Darpan theatre
Play : “Urdu Zamaney key ICU mey”
Written by: Nayeem Javed
Directed by: Ali Faisal

The content of the play deals with the subject of Urdu and its social relevance. Few characters are symbolic like “Ghazal” appears and introduce her contribution. Another Character “Bharat Mata” concludes that Urdu is my child, born and brought up in India. A clear message of national integration. Similarly, a film maker, Rap song lover add humor. One negative roles who take money from govt but never support language-cause. One humor spicing politician share lot of humor. One “ZabaN Dost” takes lead and suggest that every language should flourish with Urdu.
It’s based on humor, satire and literary dialogues.
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Mar 1, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.
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Nidah E Fannan
Sun Mar 1, 12:00 PM
Mohammed Muzammil Quadri And Mohammed Adil Quadri
This Is Our First Open Mic And We Took Initiative Where We Are Supporting New And Talented Poets/Artist From Hyderabad.Giving Opportunity To New Faces Coming Up.

This Is The Link Of My Instagram Page :
https://instagram.com/thepennpoetry?igshid=1vyd9of1qs88p
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Bazm e Sukhan
Wed Mar 4, 5:00 PM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
Bazm e Sukhan is a weekly gathering of those interested in Urdu literature. A bunch of 20 odd people meet every Wednesday at 5 pm at Lamakaan and discuss Urdu poetry and prose. Each session usually focuses on one poet, or writer or a particular aspect of the form, structure or grammar of Urdu writing
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In the Memory of a Pir
Fri Mar 6, 6:00 PM
Lamakaan
In the Memory of a Pir - A Talk by
Yogesh Snehi, Ambedkar University Delhi

This presentation attempts to foreground the process of recovery of a Sufi shrine Manakpur Sharif that was left desolate for almost a year after the Partition of Punjab in 1947. Unlike other places in Punjab, the process of recovery of this shrine was gradual. One of the reasons was absence of any extant links that could help it recover completely. Predominantly a village of Muslims, its inhabitants left for Pakistan in 1947, leaving behind no trace of the tradition. Only link to the past were the Harijans of the village or Muslims from the neighbouring areas like Majri and Ropar.

In 1948, a District Muslim Welfare and Roza Committee was formed to rekindle Urs celebrations. These efforts were interrupted with the formation of Wakf Board in 1962 which took over control over the shrine and its large endowed estate. One of important defining moment to rekindle Manakpur Sharif’s past was the visit of gaddi nishin of Shah Khamosh of Hyderabad to Manakpur. Shah Khamosh was a direct disciple (murid) of Hafiz Musa. However, during the period of Sikh militancy, the shrine was again left desolate. It is only after militancy weakened that urs, qawwali and kushti become, yet again, vital components of shrine practices. Urs celebrations are now fairly large and attract gaddi shins and khakis from Kaliyar Sharif (Roorkee), Ajmer Sharif and Hyderabad.

About Yogesh Snehi:

Yogesh Snehi teaches history at the School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi, India.
Previously, he was a Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS), Shimla (2013–15).
Snehi’s major teaching and research interests focus on Punjab and debates on popular religion
and its practice. Through a Tasveer Ghar fellowship (2010-11), he created a digital repository of
images for the ‘heidICON’ image and multimedia database of Heidelberg University. This
repository has more than five hundred images ranging from postcard-size and pocket-size
prints, CD-DVD and book covers, posters, large flex-banners, Photoshop collage, digital
photographs, etc. are in circulation at Sufi shrines in contemporary Punjab
(https://heidicon.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/collection/f3a009c6-a08c-4ced-accd-bc0a87b26561).

Snehi’s recently published monograph Spatializing Popular Sufi Shrines in Punjab: Dreams,
Memories, Territoriality (2019, London & New Delhi: Routledge) uses this and other audio-
visual collections to situate saint veneration practices in the partitioned (Indian) Punjab. This
audio-visual collection captures the form and content of worship, rituals and practices at Sufi
saint shrines which present an enchanted world of non-Muslim veneration of Sufi saint in
contemporary east Punjab.

ALL ARE WELCOME!
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K Circle Non Competitive Quiz
Sat Mar 7, 4:30 PM
Krishan shetty
K-Circle is India's oldest quiz club, and is based in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Every weekend, it facilitates lively, engaging and informally informative quiz sessions that anybody is welcome to attend.
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The Malgudi Stories - Season 2
Sat Mar 7, 7:30 PM
XpressionZ Theatre Group
What if one fine day you are asked to give up something you love the most? The same happens with our boy SATYA. He is an obedient boy and has to deal with something by going against the will of his parents. But will he be able to do that? Don’t miss this light-hearted hilarious family drama, inspired by one the finest works of RK Narayan.
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Lamakaan Organic Bazaar
Sun Mar 8, 10:30 AM
Lamakaan An Open Cultural Space
On this Sunday morning through afternoon come and explore wide range of Organic Fruits, veggies & groceries Homemade Breads and other baked goods; Organic Lunch, Handicrafts and Handlooms, Handmade Jewelry, Terrace Gardening Corner, Creative Design Spaces. Every Sunday 10:30am - 1.30pm For details: 9642731329. Entry Free. All are Welcome.
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Unekha Art & Photo Exhibit
Sun Mar 8, 12:00 PM
Unekha
Unekha art & photo exhibit is an event to feature the budding and professional art & photographers of the city and intercity at one place. The unique exhibit will be an attractive point for the people who admire art and photography.
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The Malgudi Stories - Season 2
Sun Mar 8, 7:30 PM
XpressionZ Theatre Group
What if one fine day you are asked to give up something you love the most? The same happens with our boy SATYA. He is an obedient boy and has to deal with something by going against the will of his parents. But will he be able to do that? Don’t miss this light-hearted hilarious family drama, inspired by one the finest works of RK Narayan.