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    In the air

    May 16 | Mohali
    Kings II Punjab has had a miserable outing in the IPL so far, with 10 losses. All odds are against them as they face the Chennai Super Kings in Mohali tomorrow. Our home team currently leads the chart and has already qualified for  the playoffs. Tune in to Set Max from 8 pm. Details: iplt20.com

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    May 17 | Museum Theatre
    Theatre director Michael Muthu returns with the second edition of An Idiot for Dinner. The adaptation of the French film, Le Diner de Cons, which also inspired Bollywood’s Bheja Fry, is about a group of businessmen who bring an ‘idiot’ to dinner every week. At the Museum Theatre on May 16-17, from 7.15 pm. Tickets from Rs 200 onwards. Details: ​eventjini.com

    Fashion’s dozen
    May 18 | MaalGaadi
    MaalGaadi presents the works of 12 designers from the Lakme Fashion Week at a three-day pop-up store. Including names like Vasundhara Mantri, Square Loop and Quirk Box, plus others like Kanika Goyal, Sayantan Sarkar and Shruti Sancheti, the first day also has Chennai-based fashion blogger Vishwa Dave overseeing a styling workshop. More on Page 15

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    May 20 | Audi
    Launched last week, the new Audi TT Coupe features a sportier body with futuristic interiors, a virtual cockpit, seats stitched with fine leather and a 3D-inspired central navigation system. The car clocks 100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds and is priced from Rs 61,70,000 (ex-showroom Chennai) onwards. Details: 43907450

    At the movies
    May 15 | SPI Cinemas
    Thirty years after Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, George Miller returns with the fourth film of the Mad Max franchise, called Fury Road. Starring Tom Hardy (popular as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises), this post-apocalyptic movie revolves around Mad Max who guides a group of female captives away from King Immortan Joe’s army. Also releasing this week, Anurag Kashyap’s Bombay Velvet featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar. Details: 42244224

    Summer feastingmelon
    May 17 | Chennai Trade Centre
    Starting today, the Chennai Trade Centre is hosting a Summer Food Festival featuring over 70 stalls showcasing the local flavours of Chennai. Expect biryani, gravies and finger and fast foods, plus refreshing drinks and desserts at the three-day event organised by city-based Prompt Trade Fairs. There will also be sessions offering cooking tips, besides music and dance programmes and fruit/vegetable carving contests. Till May 17. From 10.30 onwards. Tickets from Rs 250 on in.bookmyshow.com

    Tahitian shine
    May 19 | Ganjam
    Diamonds, pearls and gold combine in Ganjam’s new Fire & Ice collection. Comprising earrings, necklaces, chokers and more, the line is fashioned from 18 karat white gold, diamonds and Tahitian pearls. While the subdued shades of the pearls represent ice, the yellow gold symbolises fire. From Rs 40,000 onwards, at the store in Bengaluru. Details: 080 22261233

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    May 21 | East Coast Road
    Watch out for The Beach Club, a new restaurant and day resort coming up in Neelankarai. With indoor and al fresco seating overlooking the sea, the restaurant, expected to launch soon, will serve fusion Continental fare, while the day resort, launching much later, will have a library, games and private dining rooms. More next week

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