Through the mid-day lens: Top Mumbai images of the week

Updated: Jul 19, 2017, 19:45
  • Through the mid-day lens: Top Mumbai images of the week

    The Bovine Beatles: Motorists on the Western Express Highway were stopped in their tracks on account of some bovine intervention. A herd of cows decided to waltz on the arterial roadway -- a la The Beatles on their iconic Abbey Road album cover -- holding up traffic for a while before a boy came and herded them away off the road, much to the relief of the stranded motorists. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    Hear me roar: After living out all of her nine cat lives, Sanjay Gandhi National Park's (SGNP) oldest captive leopard, 18-year-old Krishna has now been immortalised through taxidermy. Dr Santosh Gaikwad (in green), taxidermist and associate professor at the anatomy department of the Bombay Veterinary College, and his assistant put Krishna's body on display at the park on Sunday after completing the taxidermy. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    At his feet: A child touches the foot of a Ganesh idol at idol maker Vijay Khatu's workshop in Parel. Preparations are on at a hectic pace to create the idols for Ganeshotsav which begins on August 25. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

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    For your lens only: Among all the paparazzi waiting to photograph actress Kareena Kapoor Khan in Khar, she chose to lock eyes with our photographer. Pic/Bipin Kokate

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    People try to sheild themselves from the heavy torrent of rains at Kamani, Vidyavihar. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    All guns blazing in Andheri: Actors Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bidita Baig cut quite a picture with their antics at the trailer launch of 'Babumoshai Bandookbaaz' in Andheri recently. Pic/Sameer Markande

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    Not Udhas for the selfie: Ghazal maestro Pankaj Udhas poses for a selfie with daughter Reva at a music event held at a South Mumbai five-star. Pic/Atul Kamble

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Bovines turned 'Beatles' on Mumbai's streets, SGNP's oldest resident leopard got immortalised, plus other top images of the week from the lenses of mid-day's photographers

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