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    Stage pick
    A 90-minute comedy, The Scent of a Man, by director Ashvin Gidwani, revolves around the lives of two married couples—an advertising executive and his slightly neurotic wife and the other an ambitious marketer and her husband who is a teacher. With theatre artistes like Suchitra Pillai and Deven Khote in the cast, make sure you don’t miss this laugh riot on Saturday. At The Westin. Entry by invite only. Details: 66333777

    Iranian tales
    Starting with Track 143, an Iranian Film Festival is being organised by ICAF, in association with the Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran, beginning on Monday. Directed by Narges Abyar, Track 143 is an adaptation of her novel titled The Third Eye.  With women’s role in the Iran-Iraq war as its focal point, the movie tells the story of a woman waiting for her missing son who went off to war. August 29-31. At Alliance Française. Details: 28279803

    A time for fun
    Take your little ones to The Little Theatre for Toddler Theatre workshops conducted by Aysha Rau. For two to four-year-olds, don’t miss the chance to let your children explore their creativity. On Tuesdays and Fridays, between 4 and 5.30 pm. Available on monthly registration of `4,000.
    Details: 9677125738

    New kids on the block
    Clinton Cerejo and Mumbai-based band, Sanam, have collaborated to produce Inquilab Mera Khwab—the first song in a series of collaborations between rising young musicians and mainstream Bollywood composers and singers. Called Jammin, this new initiative will release a new track every Friday, over 10 weeks, which will culminate in a collaboration between AR Rahman and the young musicians. Details: youtube.com

    Curtain call
    The first South Asian Music Residency bringing together German and South Asian musical styles is drawing to a close, with the finale concert at the Goethe-Institut Auditorium tomorrow. Join 15 musicians—led by Sebastian Gramms, a German double bass player, cellist and composer—as they bring down the curtains on the two-week-long musical experiment. Free entry. Details: 28331314

    Doll up
    To promote art among children, Polish
    project, the Common Room, and Forum Art Gallery are organising the Common City –  India Doll Workshop tomorrow. Open to the 10-15 age group, it will see children
    designing garments for dolls using textiles from the Common Room, which will then go on to be part of a travelling exhibition. Take home a polaroid picture with your work and a patch of the garment as a souvenir. Details: 42115596

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