Having exhibited his paintings at art galleries across the city and state,artist Kailas Deshpande is showcasing his works at Malaka Spice. On till May 15,the exhibition will showcase his selected works of landscapes,which show minute details of the areas he has focussed on. Currently a visiting faculty at various management colleges in Pune,Deshpande has won recognition in the past for his paintings of Josef Stalin and JF Kennedy. The exhibition is on from 11 am to 11.30 pm at Malaka Spice,Lane No. 5,Koregaon Park.
The Learning Curve
ZeeQ,the edutainment channel will be conducting workshops as a part of its Festival of Learning initiative beginning May 4,for children between 4-14 years.
The 10-day workshop to be held at the Phoenix mall,will explain the basics of various science experiments in a fun way,etiquettes and manners,story writing,painting and T-shirt painting amongst others. This will be combined along with fun activities such as snakes and ladders,wordmatch and so on.
Back to Scare
Making a return from the 90s,Marathi film Zapatlela,which featured the iconic character Tatya Vinchu,recently saw the first look of its sequel Zapatlela 2. The cast of the film,along with the director Mahesh Kothare,were present at the event. Kothare,who had made the first film in the early 90s,says the sequel is a first for the Marathi cinema. Among others,the return of the doll Tatya Vinchu which was killed by Inspector Mahesh Jadhav in the original film,will have a comeback of sorts, says Kothare. The lyrics of the film have been penned by Guru Thakur and the music has been composed by Avadoot Gupte. Produced by Kothare and Kothare Vision,Zapatlela 2 will hit theatres on June 7.