weekend newsletter

Mar 23, 2010

Theatre: Anubav Pal's 'Chaos Theory'

It's a rather low-key weekend and we don't know what to attribute that to (IPL maybe?) but Campaign India has put together a list of gigs and plays that are worth visiting. Our top pick is Chaos Theory, written by Anubav Pal, the same man who wrote laugh riots for the screen such as Loins of Punjab and The President is Coming. Lots more in theatre (as you shall read below) apart from Wolfgang Haffner's performance in Bangalore tonight. Enjoy your weekend!Music

Jan 20, 2010

Variety on your movie platter this weekend

This weekend, there is a movie for almost everyone. For those who want to have a romantic weekend can check out New York, I Love You. This movie is a collection of romantic shorts from directors including Mira Nair, Shekhar Kapoor, Fatih Akin and Natalie Portman. For a fun-filled weekend, you can catch Zombieland which promises to be a "laugh-riot". For some adventure, go for either the Bollywood fare Veer featuring Salman Khan or Hollywood release Where The Wild Things Are. Hollywood-New Releases

Jan 19, 2010

Tubewatch: Australian Open, FA Cup, NBA, cricket and Storyboard

The weekend is here again and it's time to rejoice for sports enthusiasts. There’s plenty of top football, cricket and tennis action to be witnessed.The FA Cup is back. After knocking Manchester United out of the FA Cup, Leeds will try to repeat their feat when they play Tottenham Hotspurs. Chelsea visit the championship side Preston North End. Arsenal travel to Stoke and minnows Brighton travel to Birmingham to play an in-form Aston Villa. The matches will be broadcasted on Sony PIX at various times over both Saturday and Sunday evening.

Jan 19, 2010

My weekend plan: Urooj Ibtisam Sidra

Weekends is refreshment time. A time to introspect, reconnect, re-ignite and rejuvenate. A conscious exercise to wash away the tardiness of the week gone by and inhale a breath of fresh air to face the headiness of the week to come.This weekend, I plan to start afresh by dedicating an entire block of 12 hours to watch Lord of the Rings back-to-back (the un-edited six DVD set is that long!).