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    Family drama

    March 20 | Queens Road
    Family Ke Side Effects is the story of a Hindu Marathi boy who gets married to a Christian girl. Their life is filled with happiness until their families invade their home. The Hindi play shows how, at times, family interventions can disturb the harmony of a marriage. At Alliance Francaise. 4 pm, 7 pm. Tickets (`200) on book

    pg17-4Monkey business
    March 25-26 | Ooty
    Head to Ooty next week, as The Queen of Hills is hosting Monkey Town music and arts fest a��a perfect blend of soul-stirring music, local dance forms and visual performances, a lot of fresh air and greenery. At Accord Highland Hotel. 11 am . Tickets (`2,000) on


    pg17-7In the mix
    March 18 | Vittal Mallya Road
    Monica Dogra wears many hats. She is a singer, an actor, a model, a designer, and a writer. However, for Monica music is, and shall remain her first love. She recently launched her album Spit and will perform in Bengaluru tonight. At UB City. 8 pm. Details: 9817114806




    pg17-3Holi bash
    March 24 | Whitefield
    Celebrate the festival of
    colours at Aloft Hotel, Whitefield (outdoor arena). The fest features mega rain dance structure, one-acre dance floor, free holi colours,
    welcome drinks, games and a lot of Bollywood, and EDM music, and more. Entry (`550). At Aloft. 11 am onwards. Details: 66707777



    pg17-6Click easy
    March 18-20 | Koramangala
    Honeycomb Art Gallery is hosting its inaugural photography exhibition event a�� Namma Chitra Pradarshane 2016. It comprises 50 top photographs shortlisted from the Namma Chitra Spardhe 2016, a contest conducted exclusively in Karnataka. The contest, and exhibition aims to encourage budding photographers across the state. Entry free.
    10 am-7 pm. Details: 9845128760


    pg17-5Body basics
    March 21-25 | Shoonya
    Learn to de-stress your body with the Alexander Technique (AT) in a workshop. AT is a gentle non-invasive way of releasing muscular and mental tension. The sessions will be conducted by Beatrice Simmons-Heiz who teaches at the Alexander Teacher Training School
    in Zurich. At Lal Bagh Road. 10 am-1 pm (group class); 1 pm onwards
    (individual sessions). Tickets (`12,500) on eventshigh.com

    pg17-1Funky vibes
    March 20 | Church Street
    Sukhmani Malik, a trained Hindustani vocalist and Hari Singh, a celebrated music producer and sound engineer, come together to explore the depths of Indiaa��s soul music clubbed with electronica. Together, they have globetrotted collaborating with artists like Noori (Pakistan), Arshad Khan (Israj player), Thu Le (Vietnam), Trilok Gurtu (percussionist) and many others. At blueFROG. 9 pm. Tickets (`300) on insider.in



    pg17-2Fashion up close
    Till March 20 | New Delhi
    Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2016 is currently on at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. After the successful opening by Varun Bahl, we look forward to Pankaj and Nidhia��s presentation today, and Namrata Joshipuraa��s show tomorrow. The grand finale, titled India
    Modern, will feature multiple designers.
    Follow #AIFWAW16 on Facebook


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