Leader in you
February 17 | IPE, Shamirpet
Want to be an entrepreneur? Startupedia 2017 tells you how. The 37-hour programme will focus on grooming the participants to define, refine and execute their ideas into viable businesses. Day one is dedicated to mentoring and grooming. On day two, participants can pitch their B-Plans to a jury comprising industry tycoons and prospective investors. The list of experts include Ramesh Loganathan, Professor IIITH and Innovation Outreach Head, Srini Chandupatla, co-founder Manjeera Digital and Sanju Pillai, founder and CEO, Movingdneedle, among others. Entry free.
February 18 | Kruparambagh
Udaan Performing Arts presents Fursat Ke Pal acting workshop. The weekend course is divided into eight sections with every session lasting two hours. The programme will cover different and latest aspects of acting like techniques while facing the camera, yoga, warm-up games, physical exercises to improve body awareness, control and language. Also, instructions will be given on posture, facial expressions, gestures, voice exercises and improvisation. Registration fees: Rs 3,500 per head. Details: 9290013166
February 20 | Qube Cafe
Enjoy some butter-drenched delicacies from Punjab. Attend the ongoing Punjabi Food Festival and relish your meal with dishes like Dal Makhani, Jeera Rice and different kind of Parathas. For the non-vegetarians, there are dishes like Butter Chicken, Punjabi Meat Masala and Lemon Chicken. Lastly, do try the Lassi.
Entry: Rs 599 (++) per head.
February 22 | Phoenix Arena
A South Korean survival drama, The Tunnel is directed by Kim Seong-hun. The film is about Lee Jung Soo (Ha Jung-woo) who is driving back home with a cake for his daughter. As he passes through a tunnel, the structure collapses. The story is about how Lee manages to escape through the debris and survives. The screening begins at 6.30 pm. Details: 7893656789
At the movies
February 17 | Inox: GVK One
Directed by debutant Sankalp Reddy,
The Ghazi Attack is an Indian war film based on the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi submarine during the 1971 Ind-Pak war.
Rana Daggubati, Taapsee Pannu, Kay Kay Menon, and Atul Khatri play the lead roles. Amitabh Bachchan has lent his baritone for the Hindi version of the film while Chiranjeevi has narrated the Telugu version. The film focuses on the Naval officers who were on INS S-21 submarine that destroyed the Pakistani submarine that was deployed to destroy INS Vikrant, off the coast of Vishakapatnam. Tickets: Rs 150 per head.
February 19 | Necklace Road
This weekend, join other pet lovers along with your pet for a 5K Marathon. The run is on the occasion of World Pet Lovers Day. The run will begin from Necklace Road. The winner will be rewarded with a scooter and a side car. Look forward to fun prizes like a bicycle, a skateboard for your pet and a kennel and even a pet bed. Entry free. The run will begin at 6am. Details: 9849866533.
Riders on board
February 21 | Hyderabad Horse Riding School
The school has gained recognition as one of the training centres where people can enjoy horse riding as a recreational and therapeutic activity. While amateur riders can get a formal initiation into the sport, the professionals get to exchange notes with their peers on the tracks of the equestrian facility at this experiential event. Entry: Rs 400 per head.
February 23 | Beats Per Minute
Known as El Maestro all over the world, Hernán Cattáneo from Argentina will be in the city for a performance. Cattáneo gained popularity for putting out more than 11 albums, 50 remixes and 30 singles over the course of a 30-year-long DJing career so far. Expect tracks like Imaginarium, Fugazzi and Rapideye.
The events begins at
5 pm. Entry: Rs 700 for couples. Details: in.bookmyshow.com