Zee.One Special and Bolly Good Yoga
- FILMFEST MÜNCHEN launches co-operation with Zee.One network, presents four films from their program
- Bolly.Yoga for free with top German yoga guru Patrick Broome
"I feel bolly good" is the motto at Zee.One. Pretty in pink is the design of the private TV web, which can be seen free-to-air in Germany, Switzerland and Austria (GSA). Bollywood usually refers to the Bombay movie industry, but don't make the mistake of thinking India's movie industry only means musicals. The Indioan movie world is much more than that!
For the first time, FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is cooperating with the first German Bollywood network Zee.One to present four films from the Indian movie industry: "Tamasha" is the story of a boy who spends all his money to hear stories. In "Dilwale", Indian megastar and Zee.One spokesman Shah Rukh Khan lives a quiet life as an auto mechanic until his criminal past catches up to him. "Bajirao Mastani" is an epic romance from the 18th Century, while the most successful Indian film of all time "Bahubali: The Beginning" whisks us away into the world of myth.
If you feel like "downward facing dog" and other yoga asanas to go with your Bollywood romance, check out the free Bolly.Yoga event: On June 25 at 11 am, Zee.One will sponsor a unique yoga event outside Munich film school HFF at Bernd-Eichinger-Platz 1. Stop by and join in! The morning session will be led by top German yoga teacher Patrick Broome, official yoga instructor of the world champion German national soccer team. Come work your body and open your mind! It's open to all, even total beginners!