What’s on this weekend in Melbourne’s Indian community


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Movies, events and more…


Hindi Film

Village Cinemas

HOYTS & Village Cinemas

HOYTS & Village Cinemas

Punjabi Film

Dhol Ratti
Village Cinemas

Telugu Film

Village Cinemas

Tamil Film

Kadaikutty Singam
Village Cinemas

Tamizh Padam 2
Village Cinemas


Fri 20 July (7:30pm start) and Sun 22 July (4pm start) Devi is an experimental dance drama piece is curated and directed by Joshinder Chaggar who also features in the show with Jaya Karan and Parvyn Singh. Devi is presented as part of Emerge In Yarra 2018. Studio J (Richmond) 1/147 Swan Street, Richmond Tickets: $15 Full / $10 Concession. For bookings call Joshinder: 0470 252 305.


Charity Fund Raising Carnatic Music Concert by Rangan Brothers
Sat 21 July (6:30pm-9pm) Raghuveer and Naryaan Rangan will be performing to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Australia. Located at St Scholastica Community Centre, 348 Burwood Hwy, Bennetswood 3125 VIC. Donations can be made at the event or online at https://give.everydayhero.com.au/au/kasturi-rangan/wizard/share. For further information call Katsuri Rangan 0421 616 033

Sat 21 July (6.00pm – 10.00pm) Entertainment World brings you back the same memories of Parwane, Mastane and Deewane Antakshari with rounds such as Prelude, Dhun and Remix, etc., which will put contestants to the test. Held at Tandoori Fusion Reception Bar & Restaurant 4/2-6 Kilmur Road, Hoppers Crossing, VIC 3029. Details 0432 080 901.


Hindustani classical vocal
Sat 28 July (8.00pm – 11.00pm) The Melbourne Hindustani Classical Music Society is pleased to present “Surmani” Meenal Dattar in an enchanting traditional home baithak. Held at 27 Forest Glen Ave, Blackburn South VIC 3130. Details www.mhcms.org

Taming a busy mind
Sun 29 July
(10.00am – 3.00pm) An interactive workshop for effective solutions to help tame a busy mind, and help you break free from conditioned thinking. At Hawthorn Community Precinct, 584 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122. Details consciouslivingoz@gmail.com

IFFM 2018
10-22 August This year, the festival will focus on inclusion, whether it’s gender, race, sexuality or being differently abled. Even more interesting is that the spotlight this time around will be on children’s films.

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