Set for a September 21 release,Madhur Bhandarkar’s ambitious project,Heroine,will now have three trailors. Since the film has got an A certificate from the Censor Board,there will be three different trailers for the audience and the first one with an ‘A’ rating will be available only online. The second trailer will be for the theatre and TV audience with U/A certificate and the third will be for UK audience,which will be for those above 12 years of age. For the U/A trailer,cigarette scenes will be blurred,some adult scenes will be cut down and offensive words will either be beeped out or replaced. The Censor Board’s explanation is that the trailers were very bold and not appropriate for TV viewing. In a bold avatar,Kareena Kapoor who is known to despise smoking,will be seen puffing and mouthing expletives.
Classical vocalist Mohankumar Darekar is presenting a concert on Indian classical music on July 29 at SNDT Hall,Karve Road. He will pay a musical tribute to his gurus,Pandit Rajan-Sajan Mishra and Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki. Accompanying him will be Avinash Patil on the tabla and Rohit Marathe on the harmonium. Various styles of Indian classical music like bhajan,natyageet,abhanga,bhavgeet and more will be performed. The concert begins at 4 pm.
Artists Ajay and Manjiri in collaboration with Art2Day gallery,will be hosting a series of painting workshops for art enthusiasts at ‘Samarth’,2nd Floor,Above Hotel Malhar,Tilak Road. The workshop will focus on the basics of oil painting over eight sessions starting from August 4. The workshop open to all age groups and invites everyone who is interested in art and painting.