Bombay To Barcelona

At 5 years old Amin Sheikh was a street boy. The railway stations of Mumbai were his home but life has it’s own course. Amin and his sister Sabira were found by  Snehadan home.  Later in life Amin struggled through jobs as newspaper stand owner, bank worker and driver. He started his own private taxi service Sneha Travels and joined the home of Eustace Fernandes – an artist that many don’t know, created the famous girl with the red dot dress which today is the symbol of Amul. Eustace gave an opportunity to Amin to go to Barcelona for a holiday. Amin returned and after writing the story of his life he opened a café for street children like him.

Staged At

First performance at Rosary College, Navelim on the 18th of February, 2017. Second Performance at Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji on the 21st of February 2017.


Children from Margaret Bosco Bal Sadan orphanage, Bastora.

Directed By

Loretti Pinto.

Script By

Modified from Amin Sheik's autobiography of the same name.

Bombay to Barcelona

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