The 9th Pulotsav cultural festival will debut with its new name -- Pulotsav Tarunai -- on December 15 and will put the spotlight on talented youth
Get set for Pulotsav, which will commence from December 15 and showcase movies, music, literature and art by talented young artists. It will encompass music sessions, group discussion, an award ceremony, an exhibition for books and a short film festival.
A musical performance from Pulotsav 2010
At Pulotsav Tarunai this year (as the festival has been renamed), the Pu La Smruti Sanman award will be presented to those who have been an inspiration to the youth. In the past, the award has been presented to Girish Karnad, Gulzar, Lata Mangeshkar, Vijaya Mehta, Kishori Amonkar and ND Mahanor.
The Pulotsav Krutadnyanta Samnan award will be presented to an individual or institution for their outstanding contribution to society. The Pulotsav Tarunai Sanman award will be given to the upcoming talented youth.
The highlight of the festival will be the short film screenings where you can watch 25 interesting short films. Book lovers can choose from the thousands of books which will be on sale at discounted prices.
On December 15 to 18
At New English School, Farshi Maidan.
Entry is free for the first 2,000 registrations