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Here are some of the events that are happening in Melbourne’s Indian community this month

MOVIES

Hindi Films

Raazi
Village Cinemas

102 Not Out
 HOYTS Cinemas

Daana Paani
Village Cinemas
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Punjabi Film

Harjeeta
Village Cinemas

Tamil and Telugu (bilingual) Film

Mahanati
Village Cinemas

ENTERTAINMENT

Gurdas Maan Live
20 May

Gurdas Maan live concert in Melbourne. Details 0435 779 544/ 0426 809 499.

Hindustani Classical Recital
25 May (7:30pm – 11:30pm)

Vidushi Ramneek Singh of Indore gharana, accompanied by local musicians, Bobby Singh on tabla and Bikram Singh Malhar on harmonium. 32 Tweed Street, Highett (The Gupta family residence).

Hindi Theatre
25 May (7:30pm – 11:30pm)

Natyadarpan Theatre Academy presents Divya Rang, a collection of two powerful Hindi dramas. Chandler Community Centre, Isaac Road, Keysborough.

Jashn-E-Bollywood
26 May (6:00pm – 9:00pm)

An evening of live filmy fun with Bollywood musicians, singers and dancers Dreambuilders, 37-43 Graham Ct, Hoppers Crossing, VIC 3029. Details 0411 429 598

Richa Sharma Live Concert
27 May
(7pm onwards)
Sajda Night with a live performance by Richa Sharma at Melbourne Town Hall 90-120 Swanston Street Melbourne VIC 3000. Details 0401 544 962.

WORKSHOP

Dance workshop
27 May (9:30am and 11:30am)
Disha’s ‘Dance for Dignity’ Bollywood dance workshops will be raising money for ‘Share the Dignity’, for women facing financial crisis due to domestic violence and homelessness in Melbourne. Creative Events Space – Skydeck, 318 Chapel Street, Prahrahn. Details 0418 860 460.

COMMUNITY

Indian Professional in Victoria (IPV)
A non-for-profit, membership-based and member-owned association that aims to train and support Indian professionals and entrepreneurs through workshops, seminars, webinars and mentoring programs. Membership details http://www.ipv.org.au

 

Indian Cooking Class, Bentleigh
23 May (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Organised by Foodie Trails, learn to cook a Thali meal with over 5 items on the menu from an entree, to main course and side dishes. In this 3-hour class, you will also learn also about the culinary heritage behind it that makes every element of it so important to a balanced diet. Take home a recipe pack. Venue Two Kings Café, 353 Centre Road, Bentleigh. Details www.foodietrails.com.au

EXHIBITION

Mahatma Gandhi: An Immigrant
Until 15 July (11.00am – 4.00pm daily)

This digital interactive exhibition honours the period of Gandhi’s stay in South Africa and his subsequent personal transformation from this experience. Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, Melbourne. Details 03 9927 2700

 

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