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    March 7 | Lavasa
    Catch day two of the ‘gypsy’ festival, The Lost Party where apart from Holi celebrations, there will be mud slides, buskers, and private pools to cool off in. Plus techno entertainment and plenty of music in the form of artistes Dualist Inquiry, Reggae Rajahs and the popular duo Yolanda Be Cool, of We No Speak Americano, coming in from Australia to the city near Pune. Day (Rs.2,999) and overnight (Rs.7,999) tickets on bookmyshow.com

    Glam up2
    March 6 | BIBA
    For those who’ve left it too late, BIBA’s Holi collection is just the thing for you. In bright pinks, yellows and minty greens, the ethnic collection incorporates white, the colour intrinsic with the spirit of the festival. With both modern and classic cuts on offer, you can either keep it casual or opt for more elaborate layered outfits. Rs.1,799 upwards. At 100 Feet Rd, Indiranagar. Details: 41225774

     

     

    Strength  of a woman1
    March 8 | Embassy Golf Links
    Mark Women’s Day this year at the Hackathon. The three-day event (starting March 6) will see female programmers at their computers for the battle of the brains. Register at hackerearth.com. The Contour’s run on the other hand, in its sixth edition, invites women of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels to walk, run or jog a five or 10-kilometre track starting with a fun Zumba warm up. But the real prize, we say, is an all-men grand finale dance performance! Register now on contours.in/cwdr 2015 as there are no spot registrations.

     

    Get online
    March 11 | Kynkyny Art
    Kynkyny Culture Club’s ExperTalk bootcamp on social media targets entrepreneurs, brand managers and marketeers, presided by Helen Issar, founder of Penny Lane Social (a social media practice). She will teach you how to use social media to build a business. Be it Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, blogs and advertising on the Internet, this one is even for newbies. At 6 pm. Tickets are Rs.1,500. At Infantry Road.Details: 40926202

    In cinemas3
    March 6 | PVR Cinemas
    Aptly called Dirty Politics, this film by KC Bokadia comes not only with great promise but with a stellar star cast too. Starring Mallika Sherawat, Jackie Shroff, Anupam Kher, Om Puri, Atul Kulkarni, Rajpal Yadav and Naseeruddin Shah among others, it explores the ruthless games politicians play to win votes. Focusing on cheating, threatening and even sexual favours, expect this one to be powerful and thought provoking.

     

     

    Master of all
    March 9 | NGMA
    Over a century after the death of French Orientalist painter Georges Gasté, Alliance Française and National Gallery of Modern Art presents a touring photographic exhibition. It will comprise 34 photographs in a tribute to India as they depict daily Indian life. A documentary film on Gasté’s life will be screened while a few colour paintings and original letters will be on display. Turn to page 5 for more details.

    Hitting a six4
    March 10 | Ten Sports
    Starting their defence of the World Cup, team India show strong potential to keep the crown. The pool consists of Pakistan, West Indies, South Africa, UAE, Ireland and Zimbabwe. This match sees them taking on Phil Simmon’s Ireland, currently ranked number 11. India’s Men In Blue stand at number two. Catch the action live from Seddon Park, Hamilton on Ten Sports at 6.30 am. Details: icc-cricket.com

     

    Funny bone

    March 12 | Biere Club

    We suggest you start the weekend early at the Biere Club with Angad Singh Ranyal and S Aravind. Part of the Comedy Lab initiative by the brewhouse, the two men from Mumbai and Chennai, will give you a dose of chuckles weaving in topics from city life, the comedy trade and even relationships. Washed down with in-house craft beer. Begins at 8.30 pm at Vittal Mallya Road. Tickets (Rs.400) on bookmyshow.com

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