Mumbai Diary: Saturday dossier
The city — sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce
Dial dabbawalas to donate food
Weddings are all about excess and grandeur, right from lighting, sound and music to food. But in this planning, we often tend to forget to deal with the excess food left after the celebration?
Carriers of goodwill
Well, now you can call the Mumbai Dabbawala Association to get it picked right from the venue. The food will then be distributed among the needy across the city. And this comes at no charge.
Asha Bhosle and Amit Kumar take to the stage at late singer Mohammad Rafi’s birth anniversary while Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis (second from right) and BJP Mumbai president Ashish Shelar (far right) enjoy the evening. Pic/Sayed Sameer Abedi
In graceful company
Waheeda Rehman recently caught up with Shyam Benegal during the Third Eye Asian Film Festival at Ravindra Natya Mandir in Prabhadevi. Pic/Bipin Kokate
Dabangg deal for Rs 50
If you happen to drop by Bhaijaanz at Carter Road, Bandra, tomorrow (December 27), don’t be surprised to see '50 pasted against each dish on the bill.
A Salman Khan poster dominates a wall at Bhaijaanz
The men behind the Salman Khan-themed restaurant have decided to slash rates for every dish on the menu to that amount to celebrate the actor’s 50th birthday. Some of his fans on the social media, known as Salmaniacs, will also drop by to cut a cake. However, the owners are not sure if the actor is aware of the party plan.
If you’re a Sallu fan or on a budget, head here to tuck into a hearty meal any time between 11 am and 1 am.
The force awakens in Goa
After city fans have been going crazy about the premiere of the latest film in the cult Star Wars series this week, Goa too will fall into its charm.
Sunburn Goa 2015 will cash in on the franchise by dedicating a stage to it. Fans can meet characters from the film like Stormtroopers and Darth Vader and witness a special mix of the Star Wars Anthem by an international DJ.