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s a role reversal of sorts as I play a village girl who has never stepped outside of it, mentions Lamba Directed by none other than Shyam Benegalthe film explores a father-daughter relationship and will present the actor in a new light Cant wait for this one For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shantanu David | Published: September 23 2014 2:22 pm Connaught Place once upon a time (Image courtesy: United Coffee house) Related News Anyone who grew up in the city has Connaught Place memories and stories it’s inextricably linked to Delhi’s consciousness”says Manu Chandra Executive Chef and Partner at Monkey Bar which recently opened its fourth outlet in Dilli’s former dil With new dishes on the menu such as the Butter Kitchen Khichdi the Goan Sausage Kulcha and the Mobar Gymkhana Sandwich the quirky gastro-pub tips its irreverent hat to its surroundings and the accompanying culinary legacy With the opening of Monkey Bar as well as several pubs and restaurants such as Town House Café Excuse Me Boss and Chew in recent months Connaught Place seems to be a harbinger of change for a market which is usually somnolent after dark and is still recovering from an onslaught of construction It was a very different Connaught Place when Saeed Shervani decided to open Rodeo “I grew up watching Clint Eastwood and John Wayne movies and I always thought a Western-style saloon would be an idyllic resto-bar theme When Thai Airways vacated their property in A-block we decided to take a chance As it turns out people were waiting for a place like this” he says This was a stand-alone restaurant that served alcohol which was a novelty when Rodeo opened its swing doors in 1994 “We had to cross several hurdles in the first few years There was a major concern about liquor licensing because previously only five-star hotel restaurants were allowed to sell liquor and the authorities were worried that if they allowed us to serve alcohol they’d have to allow every other establishment So we proposed that only tourism-ministry approved restaurants be given the license which is what was eventually followed Then they objected to things like displaying bottles of alcohol or having bar stools They finally relented but it took a while” reminisces Shervani (Source: United coffee house Praveen Khanna Kunal Chandra) Gradually as licensing laws relaxed ever so slightly more bars and restaurants started dotting the city However in Connaught Place itself several eateries had become institutions in themselves a few dating back to before Independence and they have managed to remain au courant Akash Kalra is the third generation owner of the venerable United Coffee House (UCH) which remains relevant since opening 72 years ago in E-block and he ascribes the restaurant’s success to keeping up with the times “Our family was involved in the liquor business; we brewed country liquor as well as owned wine shops before my grandfather Ishwar Dass Kalra decided to venture into hospitality in the late 1930’s when he opened Esplanade Bar in Chandni Chowk” he says This was also a time when India was at the brink of Independence and the environment was rife with political discourse and talks of nation building and Ishwar Dass realised the need for an adda for intellectuals to congregate “He envisioned a space for people from all walks of life to come and exchange ideas and views over coffee or chai and some snacks This adda culture prevailed till about the ’70’s; it was in the ’80s that the focus shifted more to the food Ultimately we sell several different cultures from morning to night” says Kalra alluding to clients who range from retirees coming in for their morning cuppa and conversation the lunch and dinner crowd office-goers seeking a post-work drink and all the dining milieu in between Indeed Connaught Place has always enjoyed a kaleidoscopic clientele the latest shift being the inrush of new blood into the rather staid arteries of a market which holds its Georgian gravitas so dear (Chandra informs us that no establishment is allowed to interfere in any way with Connaught Place’s hallowed white faade Defaulters are presumably banished to the deepest pits of Palika Bazaar) “In the last five-seven years we’ve seen a substantial increase in customers in the 16-25 age group; they come to experience a bygone era of the city which they find in our Victorian décor and crockery and a largely colonial menu Also a lot of concept restaurants are coming in” says Kalra Atul Kapur CEO of Q’BA a bar and restaurant agrees “It is becoming a young people’s market we’re considered among the old fogies I’m sure Our main clientele has remained largely the same: businessmen married couples foreigners corporate honchos because they have no qualms about spending; college kids usually come for an occasion but they’d rather go to a Town House Café or a Monkey Bar for a night out I’d say while Q’BA’s demographic is mostly the same CP’s has definitely changed” This increase in footfall is welcome after years of construction snarls and resultant traffic hassles There were two phases that badly affected businesses here – the DMRC work which started in 2004 but was a relatively smooth affair and the CWG work which stalled from 2007 onwards Shervani reports a loss of about 30 per cent business in that dust-choked interlude with other establishments including UCH and the bastion that is Wenger’s Bakery and Confectionary (it of the peerless patties in operation in A-block since 1926) reporting similar woes “Things are much better now since the various phases of construction are over people have been coming back in droves” says Charanjeet Singh who has been manning Wenger’s storefront since 1965 while Kalra notes that the last six months have seen things returning to normal read crowded Restaurateurs still envision an even brighter tomorrow or perhaps a brighter tonight A common lament is that Connaught Place is largely comatose past 8 pm which is when the retail stores the area’s other commodious commodity roll down their shutters Shopkeepers aren’t keen to stay open beyond then citing reasons such as having to hire extra staff lack of security and a general desire to return to the comfort of their homes come evening – much to the chagrin of restaurants who want to make CP a nightlife destination Shervani explains “Every other major city in the world has a city centre where there is entertainment and wining and dining till late at night over the weekends Why can’t we have the same thing in Connaught Place which is the centre of the city We keep requesting the authorities to allow us to do an al fresco set-up during the weekends; restaurants can commit to cleaning up after themselves there can be performances in Central Park the police can keep a close eye on the crowd ejecting any disruptive elements This is something that we’ve been asking for since the late 1990s Now they’ve allowed Delhi restaurants to remain open till 1am so maybe this will gradually happen Let’s see But you know what they the more things change the more they remain the same” With its constant re-engagement with successive generations of Delhi’s citizenry perhaps the same thing could be said of Connaught Place For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | New Delhi | Updated: June 26 2015 12:13 am The Red Road by FN Souza Related News Architectural blueprints have attained numerous hues on the easels of artists from SH Raza to Sudarshan Shetty from FN Souza to Anish Kapoor An exhibition “Constructs/ Constructions” at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) in Delhi brings together their works in a dialogue that discusses varied concerns from the sheer act of building to the ideas and emotions that define spaces In Mind by Anish Kapoor In Black & White Anish Kapoor Zarina Hashmi Noemie Goudal Seher Shah Yamini Nayar Anish Kapoor’s steel sculpture at the Palace of Versailles is swirled a controversy but in Delhi His In Mind is dramatically minimalist The white acrylic stands in a corner of the vast gallery near Zarina Hashmi’s Home Is a Foreign Place (1999) In the portfolio of 36 woodcuts and letterpress the artist demonstrates her interest in perception and memories of home The set has recollections of her own home where Hashmi grew up Noemie Goudal also looks at architectural spaces focusing on geometric forms and as structures responding to space around them with Observatoire IV an imagined observatory standing calm in still water Seher Shah multiples the scale of architectural drawings de-constructing them in Grid Corridor There is abstract too in the fine lines of Brooklyn-based Yamini Nayar’s Trace 1 Carcassonne by SH Raza Master Takes SH Raza Ram Kumar FN Souza Ganesh Haloi Decades before he discovered the bindu and a year after SH Raza moved to France he painted this oil on paper board Titled Carcassonne it captures his impressions of the French citadel and experimentation with elements of construction It is one of his several works in the exhibition which also comprises his recent works that appeared in auctions La Terre (1973) and Bhoomi (1988) Like him Ram Kumar too captures the constant transformation of cityscapes while Ganesh Haloi’s untitled tempera represents the abstractionist FN Souza’s famous work The Red Road on the other hand is a splendid rendering of his home town Goa Waiting For Others to Arrive by Sudarshan Shetty Surround Sound Sudarshan Shetty Srinivasa Prasad Nandita Kumar One of the rooms at the exhibition space echoes with the plaintive wail of the sarangi punctuated with the shattering of a china cup A single channel video takes the viewer from the inside of a dilapidated home to the exterior of the colonial building Sudarshan Shetty’s Waiting For Others to Arrive breathes life into a once grand building in Mumbai “It is an analogy to loss The film is a space for regeneration and my inner urge to preserve it” says the Mumbai-based artist Sharing his sentiments is Srinivasa Prasad’s Bamboo House a nest-like cocoon with calming music The hum is broken with nature-based sounds — whales mating to the wind swirling and birds chirping — from inside Nandita Kumar’s glass bottle where nature meets technology 8×12 by Hema Upadhyay Larger than Life LN Tallur Gigi Scaria Hema Upadhyay The miniature hatha yogi figures on inverted roofs made of terracotta speak of conquest — of death hunger and ageing LN Tallur’s Veni Vidi Vici delves not just into colonial history but also the ethereal desire to rule Gigi Scaria’s Elevator also projects disparities of caste and class The viewer enters an elevator with three side wall-length screens projecting urban homes It gives the viewer a real-time experience the claustrophobia of urban spaces The theme is taken forward by Hema Upadhyay’s 8×12 Denoting the size of a house in Mumbai’s Dharavi it is made of waste material and presents an aerial view of the slum The exhibition is on at KNMA Delhi till Dec 20 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nitya Kaushik | Mumbai | Published: March 26 2009 11:55 pm Related News A large belt of mangrove forest on the western bank of the Thane Creek has received a new lease of life after the Supreme Court-appointed Central Empowered Committee suggested steps to preserve and develop it on Wednesday The committeein a hearing on the private forest issuehas recommended that about 1750 acres of Godrej-owned mangrove lands stretching across Vikhroli and Thane should be managed by the state Forest Department and that a trust should be formed to protect it This trust would comprise five members two nominated members from Godrej and Boycetwo eminent citizens and will be headed by the chief secretary of the statesaid Rajendra Manglurkarjoint secretary of the state Revenue and Forest department Manglurkar said? 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