At the movies
October 16 | PVR Cinemas
Much like its prequel, Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 is the story of three lovestruck
boys. Rajat (Kartik Tiwari) and Neha (Nushrat Bharucha) will be seen
taking their story forward from where they had left. And, good news is that Tiwari is back with his two minute-long and famous dialogue. (His non-stop rant about the unrealistic expectations of his girlfriend had gone viral,
remember?) Join the boys and girls in this roller-coaster of a journey
October 17 | Marriott Hotel
American stand-up comic Matt Davis and Bengaluru’s very own Rajneesh
Kapoor and Vamsidhar Bhogaraju come together for a laughathon, titled Bulchee Comedia Del Arte. While Davis is a regular of XM Radio’s Comedy 150, Kapoor’s rated as one of the top 10 comics in India and Bhogaraju is the winner of RAW Comedy Festival. So block the date. At Whitefield.
Tickets (Rs 1,600) on bookmyshow.com.
Cycle for a cause
October 19 | Kanakapura Road
ACCORD, an NGO working for betterment of adivasis in Nilgiris, is inviting cyclists to pedal till the village of Gudalur, Tamil Nadu. Participants will cycle through the rural corners of the city till Mysore. In the second leg of the journey, they will cross Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves. Next they will attend the cultural events at Gudalur and offer monetary support to the NGO there.
Till October 25. Details: madecycletours.in
October 21 | Eka
Samprada is showcasing its festive line of hand-block printed clothes at the Eka store. The colourful collection of tops, shirts, jackets, kurtas and trousers can be worn pretty much for any occasion. The designs are done by the Chippa community of Bagru near Jaipur, Rajasthan. 11 am-8 pm. Off
Gangadhar Chetty Road. Details: 25540876
Live in concert
October 16 | Phoenix MarketCity
Ankit Tiwari, the voice and composer behind Bollywood hits such as Sunn Raha Hai Na Tu, Teri Galiyaan and Tu Hai Ke Nahi, will perform in the city. Tiwari is the only musician to win IIFA and Filmfare awards two years in a row. He is best known for his brand of love songs. At Whitefield.
7.30 pm. Tickets ( Rs 799) upwards on eventshigh.com.
October 18 | blueFROG
Get ready to hear American guitarist and record producer Gilby Clarke live. As part of his first tour in India, called Gilby Clarke & Friends, he will perform in the city with rock drummer Troy Patrick Farrell and EJ Curse. He is best remembered as the rhythm guitarist of Guns N’ Roses. Tickets ( Rs 850) available at the venue. At Church Street. 9 pm. Details: 69999549
October 20 | Gallery Third Eye
Artists Md Jakir Hossen and Sharaddha Rathi are displaying their artworks in an exhibition, titled Fiesta Of Art. And, their paintings, done with water colours, oil paints and pen, explore the nuances of our everyday life. Open
to all. Till October 31. At Yemalur.
10.30 am-6 pm. Details: 4114 8645
Wine & dine
October 22 | Blue Terrain
Head for dinner by the poolside at Novotel Bengaluru Techpark’s
Blue Terrain. The hotel is hosting Epicurious Escapades, a wine pairing
with two to five-course meals. The spread includes continental food and a selection of Fratelli Wines. This will surely get you ready for the weekend. Till October 31. Rs 1,799++. At Bellandur. 7-11
pm. Details: 66705000
October 19-20 | Taj Vivanta
Designers Aartivijay Gupta, Priti Jhawar and Myoho from Mumbai, Kaapas
from Kolkata, Saman Tamanna from Dubai and others will showcase their collections in the Fuzone Lifestyle Exhibition. From kurtas, saris, jewelery, clutches, accessories and even home decor items, the exhibition is hosting all kinds of festive offering.
At MG Road. 11 am-8.30 pm. Details: 9886444452.