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    Brazilian beats
    October 31 |
    Jayamahal Palace Hotel
    Zephyr, the annual cultural festival of Presidency college, returns, this time with a Copacabana theme to lure you to the festivities. Channeling the essence of the Brazillian hotspot, expect performances, games, activities and treasure hunts to get you in the groove. City DJ will throw in some tunes to mark Halloween with some holiday themed music. Tickets Rs.A�49. Details: 09901993589

    Now showing

    October 31 | PVR Cinemas
    Fury is based on World War II when the Allies made their final attacks on Europe to quash the Nazis. The film stars Brad Pitt and Shia LeBeouf, whose characters take on dangerous missions. A harsh almost cold sergeant named Wardaddy (Pitt) must command a sherman tank behind enemy lines despite being outgunned and outnumbered. Expect raw images and compelling acting.

    1st November

    Holland calling
    November 1 | UB City
    Firebeatz, a Holland-based duo, will take the city by storm with their electro and big room house. With Tim Smulders and Jurre van Doeselaar, some of their popular tracks include Funky Sh*t, Wherea��s Your Head At, Dear New York, We No Heroes and Helicopter. Collaborations with top DJs like Tiesto, Martin Garixx and Sander Van Doorn add to the glamour of their calling card. Following mainstage sets at the EDC and Tomorrowland, you can rest assured that your Saturday will be perfect. Tickets (`850) on bookmyshow.com

    2nd November

    All that jazz
    November 2 | Windmills Craftworks
    Heading to the city all the way from his home in Austria is jazz artiste Alex Machacek. Known as a jazz fusion guitarist, his debut album Featuring Ourselves, is recommended by greats John McLaughlin and Allan Holdsworth. His innovative style should have you grooving all night, but do keep an ear out for undertones of Frank Zappa and Holds worth apart from his signature legato to staccato shifts. Tickets (`500 upwards)
    on windmillscraftworks.com

    November 3rd

    Being Indian
    November 3 | Ranga Shankara
    Ms. Meena, by Perch in collaborationA�with Rafiki, is a play about Meena, A�formerly known as Asha. She returns to her village Pichampuram after two decades to make her final film, having already become an iconic star. It traces the changes in her life and the village she left behind and how her celebrity status has made her forget her roots. This one weaves wit and pathos into the plot to get the point across. Tickets (Rs.A�300) on rangashankara.org

    November 4thA�

    Essentially English
    November 4 | Rodeo Drive
    Vertu launches Aster, a a�?quintessentially Englisha�� smartphone. Combining their signature luxury design and cutting edge technology, this one features quad-band GSM, 3G and LTE 4G capability topped off by Dolby Digital Plus virtual surround sound and a Hasselblad-certified camera in a titanium casing blended with natural grain leather. Perfect for the social stylista. `4,75,000. At Richmond Road. Details: 41248471

    November 5thA�

    Health and handbags
    November 5 | Orion Mall
    In partnership with Naomi Watts, this year Tommy Hilfiger has introduced a handbag, proceeds of which will go towards the Breast Health International, to advance breast cancer research and treatment. So get yourself a navy blue bag with tan accents and red piping in Italian leather to reflect the classic chic which Tommy Hilfiger is known for. Available at flagship stores across the country. Rs.A�24,999. At Malleshwaram. Details: 22682091

    November 6thA�

    Dance circuit
    November 6 | Royal Orchid Lawns
    Their song, Tsunami, apparently plays at least 10 times a night at Indiaa��s party hotspots and now Canadian dance music duo DVBBS is making their way to Bangalore. Following a performance in Mumbai on November 5, the duo, promoted by the likes of EDM biggies such as Sander Van Doorn and Pete Tong will spin tunes like We Were Young and Immortal. Wear your dancing shoes for this one.
    Details: facebook.com/decibel.com


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