By Neelam Heera
Watch: The big Bollywood release of the week is comedy sequel Housefull 3. The
comedy of errors revolves around three sisters trying to get their rich overbearing father to accept their respective boyfriends. The star studded
cast includes Abhishek Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nargis Fakhri, Boman Irani and Riteish Deshmukh.
Date: A Muslim professional speed date event takes place at Davy’s Bar in London on Monday (6). There will be a series of speed dates lasting approximately three minutes each, and if there are matches afterwards organisers will contact you within 48 hours. Spectator tickets are available and hosts are on hand to help. Log onto www.asiand8e- vents.com to find out more.
Appreciate: There is a free photo exhibition titled Timeless India taking place at Nehru Centre in central London from next Monday (6) until next Friday (10). The exhibition is an attempt by Kumar Mangwani to celebrate human endeavors through striking photographs. Visit www.nehrucentre.org.uk to find out more about the free event.
Listen: A Hindustani vocal concert takes place at Bhavan Centre in London on Sunday (5). Ac- claimed singer and musician Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar (right) headlines what promises to be a musically rich evening. Pandit Rajkumar Misra on tabla and Milind Kulkarni on harmonium will ac- company the musical maestro. See www. bhavan.net for details.
Enjoy: Fans of classic Bollywood songs should pick up tickets for the Sangeet Ki Duniyaconcert, which takes place at Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester on Sunday (5). The charity event will see talent- ed singers from India performing evergreen cinema classics. Go to www.chillitickets.com to find out more.
Also appreciate: There is a chance to enjoy spiritual music at the Ramadan Night con- cert at Rich Mix Arts Centre in London next Thursday (9). Acclaimed musicians will come together to perform songs and sounds that reach back in time through Arabic his- tory. Log on to www.richmix.org.uk to find out more about the free event.
Also watch: Catch thought-provoking
filmKhoon Diy Baarav
at The Drum Theatre in Birmingham on Sunday (5). Made over nine years, the film views the complicated politi- cal scenario in Kashmir through the lives of families of the victims of enforced disap- pearances. A Q&A will follow the screening. See www.the-drum.org.uk
to find out more.