Of SRK & A Self-Help Book
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Of SRK & A Self-Help Book
November 14 will be a treat for G.One fans in the city. King Khan will visit Pune to launch a self-help book 'The Source - Power of Happy Thoughts' as part of Tej Gyan Foundation's annual peace programme. The event will be held at Ganesh Kala Krida Rangmanch, Swargate. "Shah Rukh Khan personally appreciated the book which is why he has given his consent to attend the programme," said Makarand Paranjpe, trustee, Tej Gyan Foundation at a press conference held on Monday. The peace programme, on from November 11 - 15, will consist of various talks and games for women, youth and families along with a book exhibition featuring more than 1000 titles written by over 300 writers. Satej Patel, minister of state for home, actress Supriya Suren, activist Prakash Amte and others will also be part of this programme.
The Beauty of It
Over the weekend, the Kamat Group of Hotels unveiled its pillar-less convention centre, the Orchid Convention Centre, at the VITS Luxury Business Hotel premises, off Balewadi. The inauguration of this 56,000 sq ft convention centre was done at the hands of Vithal Kamath, the managing director of Kamat Hotels Pvt Ltd. A fashion show followed, hosted by the stylish Mona Singh aka Jassi. Designer Anchal Singh showcased a collection designed especially to match the majestic construction.
The Melody Friends
On Sunday, the SSPMS grounds were choc-a-bloc with music lovers. Reason: The Dosti Concert by music duo Vishal-Shekhar. "The concert is a tribute to our 11 years of friendship. Music connects people. It is this spirit that they we want to recreate through this concert," they said before the show. They have worked with international artistes like Akon for Ra.One and Imogen Heap for The Dewarists. "Imogen Heap was interesting to work with. Her vocals and her immense passion for music was just amazing," said Shekhar. Speaking about their latest music project - The Dirty Picture , he added, "Our association with Bappi da , who has sung the song Ooh La La in the film, goes way back to Taxi No 9211. He was the best choice for this song. He's simply unbelievable once he's behind the microphone. Plus, the film required the 80's disco feel to it." Some of their other upcoming films include Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai, Sujoy Ghosh's Kahaani and Karan Johar's Student of the Year. They are also composing music for a Marathi film. "Marathi music is very interesting. Ajay-Atul are our favourite artistes," the duo said.