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    At the movies
    September 16 | SPI Cinemas
    Directed by Bengali filmmaker Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and produced by Shoojit Sircar, Pink portrays the character of Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Bachchan), a once-famous Delhi-based lawyer who is now suffering from bipolar disorder. When a criminal charge is brought against Minal Arora (Taapsee Pannu), one of the girls living in his residential society, Sehgal is forced to come out of his self-imposed solitude. Details: 42244224

    Humour, she wrote
    September 17 | The Raintree, Anna Salai
    Standup comedian Neeti Palta is bringing her solo show, Almost Sanskari, to the city tomorrow. Palta’s act will be about the inner workings of the 38-year-old’s mind and will have her hilarious observations on life. At Madera, Raintree Anna Salai. Rs 500. More on P 23

    Fine lines
    September 17 | Tara Books
    If you have an eye for illustrations, do not miss the upcoming presentation by German author and illustrator, Line Hoven. She is known for incorporating an intensive method of art — she works on black cards by scratching out contrasting white lines and filigree textures. Organised by Tara Books and Goethe Institut, the event will be held at Book Building today at 6.30 pm. Details: 42601033

    Love is in the air
    September 18 | The Music Academy
    Rakesh Bedi’s Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha is back for the second time. It narrates a poignant story about two childhood lovers who get separated, only to meet again 35 years later. The play by Actor Prepares Productions features Anupam Kher and Neena Gupta in the lead. On Sunday, at The Music Academy. 6.30 pm. Tickets from Rs 750 onwards on in.bookmyshow.com

    Budget luxe
    September 20 | Across venues
    The pan-India, multi-city food festival, Ola Restaurant Week, is back and this time we have 12 restaurants from the city participating including Benjarong, Beyond Indus, Dakshin, Golden Dragon, Lotus, On The Rocks, Prego, Teppan and The Flying Elephant. Five Sen5es, Sunset Grill and Navratna are the debutantes in this edition. Experience a three-course menu at Rs 750 for lunch and Rs 900 for dinner. September 16-25. Details: restaurantweekindia.com

    Cheer for beer
    September 21 | Multiple venues
    The world’s largest gathering of beer enthusiasts begins tomorrow in Munich. Book your flights and join six million others at Oktoberfest, to enjoy Bavarian brass music, savour the world’s best brews and witness maidens in traditional dirndls carrying litres of everyone’s favourite beverage. Flights from Rs 57,378 onwards. More on P 8

    Show stoppers
    September 18 | California
    It’s time for the 68th edition of the EMMY Awards, where Game of Thrones expectedly has the most nominations (23). New faces include Rami Malek (Mr Robot) and Courtney V Bance (People v OJ Simpson). There are also Netflix originals like House of Cards and Master of None in the fray. On Star India. Details: emmys.com

    Paradise found
    September 19 | Mumbai
    British pop band, Coldplay, will make their India debut at the Global Citizen festival on November 19. And here is how you can get free tickets to the show, which are Rs 5,000 onwards otherwise! Just register on the festival website, complete certain tasks (like spreading the word about gender equality and signing email petitions), and earn points for which you will receive free tickets. Till November 9.
    Details: globalcitizen.in

    Choco check
    September 22 | ITC Grand Chola
    ITC Grand Chola has opened its luxury chocolate boutique, Fabelle, in the city, after Bengaluru and Kolkata. Chocolate lovers have reason to celebrate. Sample single origin cocoa from Madagascar, Ivory Coast, and other places, plus rare ingredients like French sea salt and Lankan cinnamon. The chocolates come in the form of soft pralines, butter filled cubes and personalised cups. Rs 375 onwards. Details: 2220000

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