Mandwa film club cordially invites you to the screening of Pakistani comedy film ‘Rangeela (1970)’.
With an all star ensemble including Nisho, Aqeel, Saiqa, Salma Mumtaz, Munawar Zarif ,Sultan Rahi, Najm ul Hassan and Ilyas Kashmiri, the film is a classic satire written, directed and produced by Rangeela himself, who also stars in the lead role. The film tells the story of a a boy who is made to believe by his mother that he is the most handsome man around ‘Sab Ton Sohniya’ when in fact, he is not even close to being handsome.
The film’s music is composed by Kemal Ahmad and Nazir Ali. Singers include Mala, Irene Parveen, Tasawur Khanum, Ahmad Rushdi, Munawar Zarif, and Rangeela. Some of the most ever green songs are Ve Sab ton Soniya, Kis ne tora hai Dil Hazoor Ka, Hai Allah Wo Mujh pe Mar Gaya.
This is one of the finest movies of late Rangeela’s career and also one of the finest from Pakistani cinema. Join us on Saturday 23rd September, at 6pm, to enjoy this classic and relive the glory days of Pakistani cinema.
Lok Virsa is pleased to announce a capacity enhancement, 2-day certification program called “Results Based Management for Cultural Organisations”.
Trainer: Papa Mukhtar Mbaye, Head of Operations, UNESCO Pakistan
Dates: Saturday 23rd September; Sunday 24th September
Venue: Media Centre, Lok Virsa, Islamabad
Timings: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Over the course of two days, you will learn how to use a RBM approach to design and manage programs in the field of development that deliver tangible benefits and optimize the use of resources.
We are pleased to announce ‘Calendar of Events’ for September 2017.
In addition to the weekly movie screenings at the Mandwa film club, we would be hosting a special Qawwali Night with tribute to Aziz Mian Qawwal on 15th September at 6 pm. This would be followed by a Grand Open Mic Performance on 17th September at 6 pm.
This month Lok Virsa would be launching a new program series called Craft is Knowledge aimed at inculcating school children with design skills inspired by Truck Art. The opening ceremony would be held on 18th September at 11 am followed by a Children Mela on 19th September from 10 am to 3 pm.
A Computerized Lok Virsa Library Catalogue would be launched in the same month. Lok Virsa would also host an exciting 2 days certification program called Resource Based Management (RBM) conducted by Papa Mukhtar Mbaye (Head of Operations, Unesco).
Please see below the detailed calendar. To receive timely updates on all Lok Virsa events and other news, please visit our Official Facebook page.
Lok Virsa in its effort to promote folk music and bring back the creative space to our community, Lok Virsa announces its music classes schedule. You are requested to be a part of this effort and take time out to learn an instrument or have your children learn a musical instrument. That will be the best gift you can give to your children.
Most of the classes will be a three-month course. Therefore, it is better to register from the beginning and go until the end. We will however be flexible in the first month to accommodate people.
For registrations and more details, please refer to the attached Ad or contact.