Ahmedabad News Roundup| Pink Parade taking place tomorrow, Mukta A2 Cinemas opening 6 screens & more
Explore the pulse of Ahmedabad from the upcoming Pink Parade this Sunday to the inauguration of six new screens at Mukta A2 Cinemas. Additionally, delve into the city's vibrant cultural scene with Abhivyakti-The City Arts Project, where thought-provoking performances on social themes take center stage.
Stay informed with this Ahmedabad News Roundup.
The Pink Parade returns to spread breast cancer awareness
Dr. Shefali Desai, a renowned breast cancer surgeon, is once again leading the charge for breast cancer awareness with the annual Pink Parade walkathon. The 11th edition of this impactful event is set to take place tomorrow, featuring a variety of activities. From a glamorous ramp walk and invigorating yoga and Zumba sessions to the launch of Dr. Desai's book, "Tears to Triumph," sharing over 60 inspiring stories of triumph over breast cancer, the event aims to create a space for women to learn and share experiences about the disease.
The Pink Parade also plans to honor and provide a platform for cancer fighters to share their journeys. It's not just a walkathon; it's a celebration of strength, resilience, and unity in the face of breast cancer.
Mukta A2 Cinemas expands cinematic experience in Ahmedabad
On Friday, Mukta A2 Cinemas opened six screens in Ahmedabad, offering a diverse cinematic experience. Catering to the preferences of the Ahmedabad audience, these screens will feature a mix of regional, Bollywood, and Hollywood films. Equipped with cutting-edge audio-visual technology and comfortable seating, these new screens aim to elevate the city's cinema-going experience at a time when OTT platforms are on the rise.
With an impressive presence of 73 screens across 19 cities and 26 locations, Mukta A2 Cinemas continues to make a mark in the entertainment industry.
Abhivyakti-The City Arts Project showcases performances on social themes
Abhivyakti-The City Arts Project recently unfolded a captivating presentation of music, dance, and drama. 'A Period Drama,' a comedy drama, took center stage to shed light on gender inequalities faced by women.
Jaini Shah, through her witty narrative, showcased the struggles of girls facing underappreciation and wage disparity despite their qualifications. The play aims to uncover hidden injustices done to women in history and spark a conversation about gender inequality through the medium of drama.