Confluence

Buddha was a life altering experience for me. And that was why I had commenced on this project. It involved the local residents of a slum from Malwani in suburbs of Mumbai, many of whom had never ventured out of the geographical boundaries of that slum. Most of them had small criminal and anti-social backgrounds …

MAFIA

Mafia stands for ‘Musicians Artists Filmmakers Interesting log Aa Jao’ which translates into an open invitation for musicians, artists, filmmakers and interesting people from around the world.  I started this festival with a few of my close associates and contemporaries to create a unique and accessible platform for artists to showcase their work. The usual …

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BYOFF

BYOFF stands for ‘Bring Your Own Film Festival.’ Like MAFIA, the festival was conceived over drinks and discussions.  It was to be an informal, uninhibited, open-to-all festival for artists and filmmakers from around the world to showcase their work.  So far, hundreds of Indian feature films and documentaries apart from other works of art have …

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U-TAN Festival

In the idyllic locale of the seaside hamlet of Uttan in Mumbai, a festival was conceived and born in the year 2011.  It ushered an era of open participation for musicians and artists. The venue was the U-Tan resort on a tiny hillock by the sea.  The performers were eclectic. Over the years, the festival …

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Labyrinth of Passion

On my fortieth birthday I invited artists of all ages and walks of my life to visit my humble abode create art. My home was their studio and canvas.  That was my way of celebrating life. Several children showed up and donned the artist’s hat. It was quite a success and I plan to continue …

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Muskaan

The Muskan foundation was created with an aim to help children in their formative years from remote parts of Maharashtra.

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