Live sitar music, homemade Indian food, and a romantic Bollywood movie — all the makings for a perfect Valentine’s evening!
Join our friends at Lowell’s 119 Gallery:
Kal Ho Naa Ho [186 mins, 2003]
Saturday, February 14 / 8PM
119 Chelmsford Street, Lowell
For Naina Catherine Kapur, life is cold, grey and dull – as it has been ever since a family tragedy shook her world. Between the constant bickering in her half Punjabi, half Catholic household, her grand-mother’s temper, looking after her little sister and brother and helping her mother Jennifer deal with the family’s financial troubles – Naina has no time for parties, fun or herself. Enter Aman Mathur, who like a whiff of fresh air moves into their tiny Indian neighborhood to take it over, helping others solve their problems and face life’s little challenges. Aman has all the answers. Kal Ho Naa Ho is the story of how Aman and Naina discover themselves, find the courage to love, and come together to celebrate life.
Philip Lampe, sitar, touch-guitar & laptop; Glenn Dickson, clarinet & electronics
Vegetarian Samosas, Aloo Gobi, Sag Panir, Chicken Curry, and Saffron Rice
Cost for the evening: $30/advance, $35/at the door