Asia’s one of the grand cultural festivals kicked off on January 20, 2024, taking centre stage across diverse locations in the city
Rohit Shetty, Sidharth Malhotra, Shilpa Shetty at Mumbai Festival
Mumbai Festival 2024 is like a celebration of all things of Maharashtra, with over 50 different things to do all over the city. There is music, movies, fun on the beach, and much more, which will make you enjoy every bit of Indian culture. It's a chance to see how everyone in Mumbai comes together and shows off their amazing culture.
On January 20, the nine-day cultural carnival commenced in Mumbai, showcasing its rich heritage through events like the renowned Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, the adrenaline-pumping Mumbai Marathon, a dedicated music festival, and an informative expo. Beach lovers, film enthusiasts, and aspiring entrepreneurs can also find their haven amidst the celebrations.
Celebrating the roaring success of Indian Police Force on Prime Video, the star-cast Sidharth Malhotra, Shilpa Shetty, Vivek Oberoi, and director Rohit Shetty graced the cultural event on day five of the festivities. Each arrived looking effortlessly stylish - Rohit in sleek black suit, Sidharth in a white suit and blue tee, Shilpa draped in a white silk saree with an unexpected orange pullover, and Vivek a vision in scarlet red suit.
Prime Video may keep its viewership status close to the chest, but the triumphant atmosphere surrounding Indian Police Force series speaks volumes. The show marks the grand digital debut for both director Rohit Shetty and actor Sidharth Malhotra, and the entire crew is basking in the glow of positive reception. The team is celebrating each day in style, pulling out all the stops to promote their action-packed drama.
The inauguration of Mumbai Festival 2024 was attended by Bollywood A-listers like Sara Ali Khan, Anupam Kher, Sachin Khedekar, Adinath Kothare, Amey Wagh and Mini Mathur on January 20. Alongside their dazzling presence, the evening promises a vibrant ambience of Maharashtra's cultural heritage, showcased through Ashok Hande's captivating presentation, the graceful movements of Nrityagram dancers, and a unique fusion performance by table maestro Anuradha Pal, Kathak and Lavani exponent Aditi Bhagwat.