A tribute to Bollywood's 100 years - Mantra Art Gallery

“Jab tak yeh article close karne ko na kaha jaye, sharaft se padte raho. Yeh CityShor ka article hai, koi boring newspaper ka masala nahi”

“Aaj mere paas Artist  hai, Art hai, Art Gallery hai… tumhare paas kya hai?”

“Chinai Seth, Paint brush bachchon ke khelne ki cheez nahin hoti, haath me aa  jaye toh painting ban jati Hai”

That’s our vague attempt at trying to give a twist at the some of the most famous dialogues of the hindi film industry. Why? Read on or visit Mantra Art Gallery and know for yourself

Mantra Art Gallery:

Date & Time: 3rd Jan – 11th Jan, 05.00 PM t0 07.30 PM (open on Sunday as well)

Address:  902, Karma Building, Near Suvidha Shopping Center, Paldi,

Well it’s the centenary year for Bollywood, and we thought why not celebrated the year with a bit of art.

Many a times, what we see on the silver screen is but a hard work of the few. But at the same time, there are those, whose work go unnoticed. Those, who work silently behind the screens and make that one cinematic experience worth watching.  From the black and white era to the 3D, those who relentlessly work behind the scenes are not the most thanked ones.

Mrs.Nayana Spoarkar and her art gallery, Mantra Art Gallery, are proud to bring you a confluence of art and artist, this time as a respect to the 100 years of Bollywood.

Mrs.Sporkar had conceptualised this theme and shortlisted many an eventful milestones from the Indian film Industry. Let it be the super hit film names or those superb one-liners, she choose every bit of it and then let the artist create an art around it.

Now of to what’s so great? The artists are not from any renowned school of art nor did they have any professional learning. They are those road-side artists who create for a living.

Each of the art piece created here is in itself a master piece. From wall paintings of film posters, to tables that depict an old theatre.  From speakers with images of actors to small mouse pads and tea cups, everything here speaks Bollywood.

Those unforgettable moments from the yesteryears are brought alive by going through the dialogues written or painted with that hint of satire.

Our pick were the govinda sculptor created by Mrs.Sporkar herself and the luggage bags that has painting of Amitabh, as a coolie.

What more, the proceeds from this exhibition will go to those painters who have created these masterpieces.

So this weekend, don’t just watch Bollywood, feel Bollywood and pay your respect to the unknown faces behind those unforgettable moments.

Mantra Art Gallery:

Date & Time: 3rd Jan – 11th Jan, 05.00 PM t0 07.30 PM (open on Sunday as well)

Address:  902, Karma Building, Near Suvidha Shopping Center, Paldi,

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