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Poem Vs. Song-Workshop for BPF 2017 - With Niranjan Iyengar

Sun, 6 Aug 2017 2:00PM - 3:45PM
The Leela Palace , east bangalore
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While both poetry and songs are lyrical and rhythmic, not every song can be read as a poem and not every poem can be set to music. Well-known film lyricist and poet Niranjan Iyengar will take you through a 1 hour-45 minute interactive session on the differences between the two forms, with some written exercises thrown in to help you experience first-hand the nuances of poetry writing and songwriting.Language: Bilingual (English & Hindi)

Language: Bilingual (English & Hindi)

Admission Fee (Non-refundable): Rs. 500/-

Date and Time: Aug 6th, 2:00-3:45PM

About Niranjan Iyengar: Lyricist and screenwriter Niranjan Iyengar has rendered lyrics to several popular Bollywood films. He is the recipient of the 2011 IIFA 'Best Lyricist' Popular Award for his song Sajda in the movie My Name Is Khan. Niranjan has been nominated at the Filmfare, Star Screen and Zee Cine Awards in two categories-Best Lyricist and Best Dialogue. He has authored The Making of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Talk show Look Who's Talking With Niranjan was hosted by him and was aired on Zee Cafe.Only 30 seats available. Book your seat now!

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The Leela Palace The Leela Palace 23, Old Airport Road Opp. Manipal Hospital, HAL 3rd Stage, Kodihalli Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
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