Amar Akbar Anthony is a 1977 Bollywood film about three brothers who were separated during childhood and who grew up in three separate homes, adopting different religions. The film was directed by Manmohan Desai and features Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, and Rishi Kapoor. Amar Akbar Anthony was the biggest blockbuster of 1977 and won several Filmfare awards. We encourage you to join us! This film screening is open to the public. (Harvard South Asia Institute) 185 min. (= 3 hrs!) Comedy/Action, Hindi with English subtitle. Bring a jacket or something, the auditorium is air-conditioned cold last year. If you get there early, there are free simple Indian snacks and soft drinks available just outside the auditorium.
How to get to CGIS Building 1730 Cambridge St. from Harvard Sq Station (Red Line)
Walk across the Harvard Yard and exit the Yard at Quincy St or Science Center and find Cambridge St. (near the fire station/Broadway Market/Cambridge Ringe & Latin) About a 6 min. walk from the T station. Car parking - very Limited. Try meter parking (feed until 6 pm) at Oxford St/Kirkland/Cambridge St/ Mass Ave. Do not park around the Common or close to Harvard Sq (you can park there only for 2 hrs. max)
S010 is on the concourse level (basement) and called Tsai Auditorium. From the front door (a security person is there) of CGIS south on 1730 Cambridge St, you will see stairs to go down on the right, and the door for S010 is few steps out from the end of the stairs. I'd recommend Meetup BCN people to sit in the middle to have the best view of the movie and I will be there with a meetup sign. If you get there late see you after the movie for food/drink (info below).
Post Movie Dinner (optional): We will go to Maharaja Indian Restaurant at Harvard Sq (57 Jfk St, Cambridge, MA 02138) afterward around 8:30 pm. Please indicate below "join conversations" if you would like to join the dinner. http://maharajaboston.com/files/maharajamenu.pdf for the restaurant info.
Their food price example: Chicken Tekka $15.95 Vegetarian Mutter Paneer $14.95 Lamb Shadi Korma $16.95. (you may have just a drink/tea.) We do not recommend to have just salad in Indian restaurant in general (some tried before). Good curries, good decos, and good reviews count.