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The Indian Express

Mumbai’s Bollywood Art Project has created a beautiful mural featuring yesteryear actors Asha Parekh, Waheeda Rehman and Helen in Chapel Road in Bandra.

The Indian Express

Firstpost

Bollywood Art Project creates mural featuring Asha Parekh, Waheeda Rehman and Helen in Mumbai’s Bandra

Firstpost

Josh Talks

How This Haryana Man Became World-Renowned Painter | Ranjit Dahiya | Josh Talks

Josh Talks

Showsha

For an international street artist, Dahiya had a modest beginning to his career. He began his journey on the farms of a small Haryana town called Sonipat, milking buffaloes.

Showsha

The Quint

Murals of Bollywood icons come to life as Mumbai’s ‘Bollywood Art Project’ gets its latest upgrade.

The Quint

Red Bull

In a conversation with RedBull.com, Ranjit Dahiya talks about the growing popularity of street art and the challenges of finding the right building for a mural.

Red Bull

The Better India

Once a house painter, this artist’s stunning Bollywood murals are a must-see in Mumbai.

The Better India

Hindustan Times

Painted in bright colours and very retro styles are murals of old Hindi films and the stars that inhabit the cineverse.

Hindustan Times

The Times of India

A mesmerising ode in black, white, and yellow hues, standing tall and bright on a wall of a quaint street of Bandra, Mumbai

The Times of India

Soho House

The Bollywood Art Project founder and member commemorates actor and playback singer Kishore Kumar at Soho House Mumbai

Soho House

Local Samosa

BAP is a way of bringing the magic of Bollywood to the streets of Mumbai. It brings stars to the streets, one mural at a time.

Local Samosa