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    Call of music
    September 5 | MLR Convention Centre Bhoomija is hosting a concert by Hindustani classical vocalist, Pandit Venkatesh Kumar, who is known for his vibrant style of singing. Accompanying him will be Ravindra Katoti on harmonium and Ravindra Yavagal on the tabla. At JP Nagar. Tickets (Rs.300) on bookmyshow.com

    Step up
    September 4 | Nivessa
    On till September 6, this dance workshop by Mrigakshi Jaiswal focuses on funk jazz and street style routines (read hip hop) in stilettos. Open to both beginners and advanced dancers. At Indiranagar. Tickets (Rs.1,800/Rs.3,000) are available on nivesaa.com

    Louboutin lippers
    September 7 | Online
    Christian Louboutin has launched his collection of lipsticks that come in gold-and-black vials. Topped with tiny crowns and adorned with loops so one can even wear them as pendants. Choose from three decadent textures — silky satin, velvet matte and sheer voile – and 38 different colour combinations. £60 on selfridges.com

    Stupid cupid
    September 10 | The Humming Tree
    Akvarious Productions presents Internal Affairs. The play revolves around Sid, who unexpectedly sleeps with his new colleague Rhea, after a night of excessive drinking. Meant to be a one night stand, things get tough when the two suddenly find themselves in a relationship which neither wants. Tickets Rs.200. At 12th Main, Indiranagar. Details: 9886618386

    Reel tales
    September 6 | Goethe-Institut
    Directed by Franziska Schönenberger and Jayakrishnan Subramanian, Amma & Appa is a sensitive comedy on the culture clash between two countries. It’s the story of two elderly couples — one from south of Germany, the other from south of India — who come together when their children decide to get married. At Indiranagar. 6.30 pm. Entry is free. Details: 25205305

    In theatres
    September 4 | PVR Cinemas
    American director Peter Bogdanovich’s chaotic comedy She’s Funn…y That Way shows Imogen Poots as a call girl-turned theatre actor, Owen Wilson as a playwright and Jennifer Aniston as a short-tempered therapist. The film also stars Kathryn Hahn, Rhys Ifans and Will Forte. An unlikely love triangle set in Manhattan is what makes this film a fun watch.

    Footy fever
    September 8 | Shree Kanteerava Stadium
    Catch the action as India takes on Iran in their World Cup 2018 qualifying match today. While the World Cup may be a distant dream, this is a great chance to watch favourites like Robin Singh and Sunil Chettri in action before the season begins. At Kasturba Road. Tickets (Rs.30 upwards) on kyazoonga.com

    Kitchen confidential
    September 9 | Alliance Francaise
    Paul Lacoste’s film, Entre les bras: La cuisine en héritage is a story that focuses on Michel Bras, a chef at a three-star restaurant, who steps down to let his son, Sebastien, take over. At a crucial stage in both of their careers, the film reflects how hard it is to let go and the challenges of taking on new responsibilities. At Vasant Nagar. Details: 40808181

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