Archive for April, 2012

Prithvi Theatre- Naali ke Kutte

Coverage of the play ‘naali ke kutte’ at the famous theatre of mumbai- Prithvi Theatre. The play is about two soldiers stationed on the border of India and Pakistan who became friends due to one thing in common- loneliness. This play received huge applause and I think at the time when a Pakistani Prime Minister is visiting India, he should watch this play.

The lead characters- the two soldiers

The scene in which the Indian soldier took his Pakistani friend on the trip to India on a imaginary bike

They nearly solved all the national problems with just this simple game of chess 🙂

The queue for the show

The cafeteria at Prithvi Theatre

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Flying Me

I did some experiment with levitation today. I accidently landed up on this great Levitation tutorial and decided to do it. Now, I have pretty much the idea on how to make something fly. I will use this to give life to some of my ideas.

72. Salad days

Another photograph on the never ending theme of adolescence and feminity. Go to Flickr for better resolution

71. Ek-Do-Dhai

This photograph was taken at the famous Prithvi Theatre where one of the most appreciated play in the history of IITB- ‘Naali ke Kutte’ was performed. The play is about two soldiers belonging to different countries-India and Pakistan who became friends due to loneliness at the border. The caption is for the Knight’s move- Two and a half. Go to Flickr for a better resolution

70. Blowin in the Wind

I am getting  Institute Organisational Color for my work as the Convener of Pixels- the photography club of IITB. This photograph is dedicated to my journey, to the opportunities I din’t get, to the works which din’t get noticed.  Inspired from the famous song by Bob Dylan-“Blowin in the wind” and to the lines ‘how many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?’ . Although I still have a long road to go, I am not sure how I am gonna pursue photography after passing out in 1 month but this award does give me the strength to keep fighting 🙂

69. Scent of a Woman

I am in love with this photograph. Everything from shooting to editing went so perfectly. I am very intrigued by feminity. Everything from how they touch their hair to how they sit appears fascinating. I have also done a previous photograph on the same. I might be doing some project like this soon. Go to Flickr for a better view. Do comment to tell how you like the photograph 🙂

The Golden Smile

A portrait I took on the last photo-shoot. The photograph Sirhan is  also with her. Keep looking this space for the complete photo-shoot

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