This Sunday is Mother's Day, and it's the one day when you must shower your mom with some appreciation (though she deserves it throughout the year). If you're in Mumbai and you want to spend some quality time with your mother on the special occasion, we have a list of Mother's Day events to make it a memorable day for you.
Have A Creative Time
If you haven't already tried one, painting parties are a fun way to unleash your creativity that doesn't need you to have any prior skills. With many Mother's Day special painting parties in Mumbai, you can take your mom to one, so that the two of you can create a work of art together and hang it proudly in your living room.
Stay Fit While Having Fun
Our mothers work hard and it's important that we take care of their health too. Take this Zumba workshop with Daniella Gomes along with your mom, so you can bond while working towards a shared fitness goal.
Hear Music from the Golden Era
If your mother is fond of some oldies, take her out to a musical concert where she can hear those hits being performed live. There are two concerts for you to choose from – Bichade Sabhi Bari Bari that celebrates the great artists the Hindi film industry lost too soon, and Pancham Aur Panchmahabhoot, which is a tribute to the legendary singer.
Head To The Theatre
There are many plays happening across Mumbai so no matter what part of the city you are in, you can take your mother to see a wonderful play. The Broadway-style musical Disney's Aladdin, the Marathi adaptation of Hamlet, the long-running Vagina Monologues that features an all-female cast, and the Gujarati comedy Rang Rangeela Gujjubhai are just a few to choose from.
Take an Outing
Want to just show your mother a good time with an outing to a great spot in the city? Plan a full day with your mom by visiting the best destinations in the city that she might not have gone to yet. You can visit the Kanheri Caves or a museum, or even pick from the many resorts that we have collected with Splash.
What will you be doing this Mother's Day in Mumbai? Let us know in comments below.