After having strained ourselves over the Mumbai gangrape case, its time that we saw the lighter and a few other darker shades of the city. The fast moving city has a lot to share and a lot to show. Each time we peek into our lenses, we see the city in a different colour altogether.
Mumbai gang rape protest: From film stars to photo journalists to journalists, everyone took to the streets demanding the safety of women in the city. Women took their protests to local trains, which has now formed a den for rapists targeting easy victims.
Shakti Mills: Police, CBI and the Mumbai crime branch have nabbed the five rapists and are investigating the site for further clues. Meanwhile, the photojournalist has recuperated and has been released from the hospital.
Police investigate at the firing spot outside a mall in Malad, Mumbai on Wednesday. An informer of Mumbai police was injured in the incident.
Castellers from Spain form a human pyramid at the Gateway of India on the eve of the Dahi Handi festival in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Women protest against the gang rape
Women protest against the gang rape of the woman photo journalist, in a local train in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Nandita Puri who has accused her husband actor Om Puri of domestic violence, arrives at the Sessions Court in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Actor Om Puri who has been accused by his wife Nandita Puri of domestic violence, arrives at the Sessions Court in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Investors protest against payment default crisis of Jignesh Shah, CEO of Financial Technologies, in Mumbai Wednesday.
Children from the blind school celebrate the Dahi Handi festival on the occasion of Janmashtami in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Models walk the ramp
Models walk the ramp during the grand finale of Lakme Fashion Week 2013 in Mumbai on Tuesday night.
Bollywood: Actor Om Puri has been charged with domestic violence by wife Nandita Puri. The case has been taken to the sessions court for trial.
Lakme Fashion Week 2013: The gliteratti could be seen on the ramp with outfits by some of the best designers in the country. From Dia Mirza to Kiron Kher, all did their best to walk the ramp with style and elan. While a few of them tripped, the show moved on.
It might have taken a lot from the people, but it gives back equally generously. So, here are three cheers to Mumbai, for its spirit and liveliness.