It was a fun thrilled event at the Nokia AppTasting IndiBlogger Meet. Thanks to Rajiv Makhni’s and Vikas Khanna’s witty humour, and of course a bit of background jokes by @sathyabhat @9_6 @pratheek @praxprasanna, the atmosphere was quite exhilarating with fun-filled activities, and lots of (empty) wine glasses around :P
Metro Brava, a Bangalore-based media and communications company launched their first movie here today. A banner of Metro Brava called Metro Films, under which the movie was produced, aims to make five feature films based on five Indian metropolitan cities. The Successor: Private & Confidential’ is the first of the five-film concept and revolves around the city of Bangalore. It is an 84-minute English language feature film and India’s first real ‘mockumentary’, which was made with an entire project budget of less than five lakhs. Metro Brava has thus woven a whole new business model along the way, so that others can be encouraged to follow in their footsteps and become part of India’s new wave of media.
Inviting all you folks for The Sapling Project. Venue: Glass House, Lal Bagh Time: 10:30am
The Sapling Project is a mission, to plant and share plant saplings. The samplings are given away for free of cost to the participants, nurture them and must monitor the health and progress of the sapling for at least 2 years
Ethnic Day is a celebration denoting the ways of sharing cultural characteristics and traditionality. At Oxford, we celebrated the day with so much fun and enthusiasm. Girls were looking pretty in their sarees and guys were looking smart in their kurthas.