April 15 | South Indies
Tuck into an authentic Kerala
meal at this Indiranagar restaurant
on the occasion of Vishu where chefs have crafted a special menu to ring in the Malayali New Year. The spread includes pazham puri, thayir wada, cheru manga pickle, kadu manga pickle, puli-ingi, ingi taiyr, tarkari tenga paal chaaru, kootu curry, pumpkin ellisery, parippu pradamam and more. `499. At Indiranagar. Noon-3.30 pm; 7-11 pm. Details: 41636363
At the movies
April 15 | PVR Cinemas
Fan is a film all Shah Rukh Khan
fans have been waiting for with bated breath. King Khan will be seen in a double role in the film. The plot follows the life of a movie star, Aryan Khanna and his obsessive look-alike fan, Gaurav, who will go to any
length to grab his idol’s attention.
April 16 | Ranga Shankara
Directed by Mohit Takalkar, Mein Huun
Yusuf Aur Yeh Hai Mera Bhai explores the love story
of Ali and Nada in the backdrop of the Palestinian conflict. Nada’s father doesn’t approve of their marriage because of Ali’s brother Yusuf. Amid this conflict, the war begins, and villagers become refugees. Tickets (`200) available at the venue. At JP Nagar. 3.30 pm,
and 7.30 pm. Details: 26493982
April 17 | Roadhouse
Bikers from across the country
are coming together for the Riders
Night event. Presented by Riders Diary Adventure, it will feature rock and blues music by DJ Blackjack aka Jack Jigg, and unlimited liquor and food. There are exciting gifts to win as well. It’s indeed
a night of riders, by the riders and for the riders. Entry `1,200. At Indiranagar.
7 pm. Details: 41442121
Food for the soul
April 18 | Lahe Lahe
Urging people to slow down and take a trip back to simpler times is Lahe Lahe with Kai Tutu, an event that celebrates bonding over home cooked food. Taking inspiration from cultures and traditions of Kannadiga households, Kai Tutu will see participants exchanging home cooked food and stories in an informal setting. Translating to ‘morsel in the palm’, from Kannada, the event is a nod to a community ritual. Entry free. At Kodihalli. Details: 9886294444
April 19 | Multiple venues
Goethe-Institut is inviting
applications for the second edition
of its successful Gender Bender Project.
It’s a project that encourages artists to re-look and re-imagine the ideas of gender, and gender equality. Your entries could include fiction or non-fiction writing, poetry, film, theatre, music, visual arts, photography, installations, drawings and dance. Send in your entries latest
by May 15. Details: 25205305
Love and loathing
April 20 | Chowdiah Memorial Hall
Shona D’Sa will stage French
choreographer Marius Petipa’s
classic ballet, Giselle. It is a tale of
betrayal, supernatural and true love.
It will be preceded by a ballet adaptation
of Cinderella by the dance troupe’s junior team, and followed by a broadway
style presentation, The Jukebox.
At Malleswaram. 7 pm.
Tickets (`500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
April 21 | Smaash
Cheer for your favourite
IPL team over some great food and drinks at this 44,000 sq feet gaming address. Order unlimited beer and pizzas for `999 (plus taxes), or just chill with some beer (`49) throughout the IPL season. At 1 MG-Lido Mall.
8-11 pm. Details: 25066900
Tunes of Taranta
April 15 | The BFlat Bar
Kalàscima will enchant you with their blend of Salento folk music from Taranta, Southern Italy, and electronic music. The Italian band features a spectacular ensemble of traditional and modern instruments — bagpipes, traditional flutes, Italian organetto, mandolin, tambourines, kanjira, cajon, acoustic and bass guitars, drums and loop machine. The result is a sort of trance-folk music. Tickets (`400) available at the venue. At Indiranagar. 9 pm. Details: 25278361