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Audi, for the second year in a row, partnered with one of India-'s most exemplary and iconic symbols of art - The Prithvi Theatre.
New Delhi: Audi, for the second year in a row, partnered with one of India's most exemplary and iconic symbols of art - The Prithvi Theatre.
A week-long festival - 'Prithvi[email protected]' part of #AudiArtExperience by Audi India packed a progressive and sophisticated experience for patrons much in line with Audi's brand philosophy.
"Audi has been at the centre of promoting art and culture globally and this forms an integral part of the Audi life. We are extremely delighted to partner with one of India's most exemplary and iconic symbols of art - The Prithvi Theatre after a fantastic collaboration for inaugural edition of '[email protected]' last year," said Joe King, Head, Audi India.
" Prithvi Theatre resonates the core values that Audi stands for. As a part of # AudiArtExperience, Audi is not only enabling promising talent, but also introducing patrons to Audi's evolving narrative of innovation and technology through its impressive car display and Audi drive experience," King added.
The festival was marked by various theatre performances by renowned and celebrated artists like Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah, Makarand Despande, Vinay Pathak, Rajat Kapoor, Ira Dubey, Lillete Dubey, Sunil Shanbag, Heeba Shah and many more.
A musical performance by Neeraj Arya with his band Kabir Cafe astonished the audience by infusing western instruments and Indian folk music.