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    French toast
    September 30 | blueFrog
    French band, Bo Bun Fever, is
    hitting the city this week. The band
    plays dance music from all over the
    world (Nigeria’s Afro beat, Bollywood, Madagascar’s tsapiky and 70’s reggae). They will be accompanied by Unnayanaa (Prashanth Pallemoni), Amrit Rao and Mahima Dayal Mathur. At Church
    Street, from 8.30 pm. Tickets (`500
    upwards) on bookymyshow.com

    Now showing
    September 30 | PVR Cinemas
    Hands of Stone is an
    American sports biographical based on the life of the one
    of the greatest and most
    versatile Panamanian boxers, Roberto Durán. Directed by Venezuelan filmmaker, Jonathan Jakubowicz, the movie stars Édgar Ramírez as the protagonist and Robert
    De Niro as his trainer.

    Punjabi nights
    October 1 | Lalit Ashok
    Indeep Bakshi—the Punjabi singer who
    won the hearts of fans with popular songs like Saturday Saturday and Kala chashma—is
    taking the stage at Sutra. Guests can expect his popular hits, along with tracks from his new album, Bad Wali Feeling. At Kumara Krupa
    High Grounds, from 8 pm. Tickets (`600)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Punjabi nights
    October 1 | Lalit Ashok
    Indeep Bakshi—the Punjabi singer who
    won the hearts of fans with popular songs like Saturday Saturday and Kala chashma—is
    taking the stage at Sutra. Guests can expect his popular hits, along with tracks from his new album, Bad Wali Feeling. At Kumara Krupa
    High Grounds, from 8 pm. Tickets (`600)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Tribal motifs
    October 3 | The Arts Village
    Most of us are familiar with warli,
    the indigenous art form practised by the tribes of Maharashtra. Now children can learn how to do it, with a workshop organised by Daya Arora, an activist and volunteer. The seven-day event will also touch upon its history and culture, and end with a puppet show. At St Marks Road, from 10 am. Tickets (`6,500)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Mystery  equation
    October 4 | Ranga Shankara
    The Kannada play, E=MC2, written
    and directed by Abhishek Iyengar, is back on stage. It revolves around the protagonist, a method actor and a schizophrenic patient, who gets into trouble when he tries to solve the famous equation. At JP Nagar,
    from 7.30 pm. Tickets (`100) on
    bookmyshow.com

    Retail therapy
    October 5 | The Glass House
    Mark your calendar for
    Desi Tadka, a one-day designer pop-up exhibition. Featuring
    handcrafted jewellery and designer garments, this can be the ideal
    mid-week retail fix. Free entry.
    At Lavelle Road, from
    11 am. Details: 65419999

    Danish hour
    October 6 | Ethos
    Skagen watches, from Denmark, have launched a collection titled
    New Ancher. A range of light, sleek timepieces, they are functional yet classic. The pieces have white
    sandblasted dials and gold hands. `13,495 upwards. At Vittal Mallya road. Details: 41636912

    Bubbly giggles
    October 1 | Country Inn & Suites by Carlson
    Get in some laughter and cocktails at Stock Up Nights by the Puncher
    Shop. The evening will feature standup comedian Praveen Kumar and YouTube sensation, Naveen Richard. The evening will be hosted by Satish Perumal.At Nagawara, from 8 pm. Tickets (`500) on bookmyshow.com

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