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Laugh riot
January 27 | The Coffee Cup
This Republic Day weekend, enjoy an evening filled with food, coffee and jokes with Funny Side Up. City-based stand-up comic Saikiran Rayaprolu is hosting the show featuring three other comedians. The headliner is New Delhi-based Nishant Suri, winner of the Comedy Central Chuckle Hunt contest, who is performing for the first time in the city, followed by city-based Ashwin Nair and Dattaprasad Godbole. Tickets: Rs 400 per head.  Details: 8019661369

At the movies
January 27 | Inox: GVK One
Directed by Rahul Dholakia, Raees is an action, crime-thriller starring Shah Rukh Khan in the lead role. Debuting opposite the 51-year-old actor is 34-year-old Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, while critically acclaimed actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui dons the role of a Superintendent of Police in this film. Set in the late 90s, the story is based on the life of Abdul Latif, an underworld don from Gujarat. The filmmakers, however, claim that ‘it is a work of fiction.’ Tickets: Rs 150 per head. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

Art mélange
January 27 | Hyderabad Public School
Hyderabad Lit Fest is back with the seventh edition which begins today. HLF focuses on a guest edition every year, and this time, they have chosen Philippines as their entities. Writers from here, like Victor Emmanuel Carmelo Nadera Jr, Nelia Baloga, Luna Sicat Cleto and others, will be attending the event. Entry: Free. Details: hydlitfest.org

Capturing history
January 28 | Osmania University
This weekend, sign up for a photo walk through historical sites in the scenic Osmania University campus known for its ancient architecture. Founded by the seventh Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan, in 1918 – his love for different styles of architecture around the world is evident here. The campus is also home to different species of flora and fauna. The walk includes sightings of the famous Arts College Building and the picturesque gardens within. Entry: Rs 1,000 per head. Time: 8 am onwards.
Details: in.bookmyshow.com

Comic illusions
January 29 | Hashtag
This Sunday, experience a stand-up show with a twist. Adding some magic to the evening is India’s first comedian-illusionist, Karan Chauhan from Mumbai who is in the city for a performance. A two-time winner of the Medal of Merlin for stage magic in USA, Karan is the first magician to go on social media with his techno tricks.The show begins from 8 pm onwards. Tickets: Rs 500 Details: in.bookmyshow.com

Decoding dance
January 30 | Ravindra Bharathi
Witness acclaimed Kuchipudi dancer and teacher Bhagavathula Sethuram perform with his team in the city. An associate professor at the Department of Dance in
Sree Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Sethuram is known for teaching in the purest way which he learnt from his father, Guru Kulapathi Sri Bhagavatula Rama Kotaiah. Even Kotaiah was well known for his productions, particularly for the Kuchipudi Yakshaganam Ramanatakam. Time: 1.30 pm onwards. Entry: Free. Details: 23233672

Zen@Work
January 31 | Sai Datta Arcade
The Joy of Work workshop is all about improving your workplace environment by enhancing your productivity. Be it about teamwork, leading a group or even becoming an integral part of the herd – the workshop will focus on points such as absenteeism, groupism, unwanted arguments, multi-tasking and also pointers for accomplishing your goals. Entry: Rs 1,000 per head.  Details: in.bookmyshow.com

Rock on
February 1 | Phoenix Arena
An initiative to preserve and protect the ancient granite formations of the
Deccan Plateau, The Society to Save Rocks aims to maintain the natural wonder of stony ridges and hillocks which are shaped into picturesque balancing forms. The exhibition will be inaugurated by Lama Doboom Tulku, Founder,World Buddhist Culture Trust. The event also marks the 21st anniversary of the Society. Entry: Free. From 6 pm onwards. Details: 7893656789

Flying high
February 2 | Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad
Birdwatchers Society of Andhra Pradesh (BSAP), will be presenting David Attenborough’s series looking at the natural history of birds. The documentary analyses how different species have evolved unique skills, from high-speed hunting to precision hovering and the endurance to migrate thousands of miles. Entry: Free. From 6.30 pm onwards. Details: 23350443

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