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    Days of glory
    August 5 | Brazil
    The biggest sporting event of all,
    the 2016 Rio Olympics, starts today. Watch
    out for superstars like Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps, and Novak Djokovic who are expected to rack up a lot of medals. Indiaa��s hopes rest on names like Sania Mirza, Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and a new-look hockey team. Catch the Parade of Nations at opening ceremony, which will have performances by supermodel Gisele Bunchen, actor Judi Dench and many others. Till August 21. On Star
    Sports. Details: olympic.org

    Love and laughter
    August 5 | That Comedy Club
    Amit Tandon, also known as a�?the married guya�� of standup comedy,
    takes the stage at That Comedy Club. Having completed 700 shows across the country so far, his style of observational comedy will sure have the audience in splits. At Church Street. Tickets (Rs 499) on bookmyshow.com

    Now showing
    August 5 | PVR Cinemas
    Featuring a stellar cast including Viola Davis, Ben Affleck, Margot Robbie, Will Smith, Jared Leto, Jai Courtney, and Cara Delevingne, Suicide Squad finally hits the screens today. When faced with a mysterious and dangerous entity, intelligence officer, Amanda Waller (Davis) bands together a group of jailed supervillains to fight the threat and save the world.

    Bollywood rewind
    August 6 | Manpho Convention Centre
    Singer Krishna Kumar Kunnath, better known
    as KK, makes his way to Bengaluru. Hosted by Sindhi College and Alive India Music, keep your ears
    open for some of his popular numbers such as
    Tadap Tadap, O Meri Jaan, and Tu Hi Meri Shab.
    At Hebbal.Tickets (`1,000 upwards)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Crafted with care
    August 7 | Cinnamon
    Cinnamon will play host to conceptual jewellery artist Eina Ahluwalia, who is bringing her first exhibition to Bengaluru, and fashion and textile designer Sunita Shanker. While the former is known for her handcrafted, delicate filigreed designs, the latter is loved for her reinterpretation of traditional bandhani. At Gangadhar
    Chetty Road. Details: 41634220

    Art central
    August 8 | Art Corridor
    Artchutney.com presents Heterogenous, a group show featuring curated works by artists Anand Panchal, Gautam Mukherjee, Jagannath Paul, Romi Revola, Sachin Jaltare, Sunil Sarkar and more. The highlight of the month- long show is the Art Car, an environment-friendly electric car painted by Farhad Hussain. At Taj West End, Race
    Course Road. Details: 66605660

    Lanka calling
    August 9 | Tuesday
    Sample Sri Lankan flavours at Cafe Mozaica��s Sri Lankan food festival. Making their way from Vivanta by Taj, Bentoto, chefs Kalinga Lalith and MA Palitha Chandana will present a decadent spread featuring dishes such as, Cashew garlic curry, Elumas ala curry (mutton with potatoes), Sweet athirasa (rice cake with jaggery), and more. Rs 1,500++. Details: 66604444

    Creative congress
    August 10 | Lahe Lahe
    Want to drive away those mid week blues? We suggest you head A�to Lahe Lahe with a musical instrument in hand. The performance art space will host a music jam, where anyone and everyone is welcome to showcase their skills and make music with other talented musicians. Entry Rs 50. At Kodihalli.
    Details: 9886294444

    Sound escape
    August 11 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Rap rock band, Anthracite pays tribute to Linkin Park. Influenced by the likes of Limp Bizkit, and Rage Against The Machine, apart from Linkin Park, the band has to its credit a demo album released three years ago, and two music videos. Their next album is set to launch in a few months. At St Marks Road. Tickets (`1,000)
    on bookmyshow.com


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