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When: January 22 at 11 am – 3 pm Where: Our Lady of Salvation, SK Bole Road, Dadar West Cost: Rs 2,500 Organised by Chef Alex & Team Magazine Street, the workshop helps you to master the art of creating restaurant-like-dishes at home using the truffle products available in India.
The menu comprises of Mushroom & Truffle Cappelletti, White Truffle Risotto and Classic French Omelette with Truffle.
When: January 21 at 8 pm Where: Harkat Studios, Bungalow Number 75, JP Road, Versova, Andheri West Cost: Rs 350 A tale of two sisters, one a bright paraplegic and the other a dull writer living under the same roof.
Both the sisters are emotionally different but dependant on each other.
It was this "chance juxtaposition of two pairs of rhyming syllables," Holly and Tolly, that led to the portmanteau name "Tollywood" being coined.
The name "Tollywood" went on to be used as a nickname for the Bengali film industry by the popular Calcutta-based Junior Statesman youth magazine, establishing a precedent for other film industries to use similar-sounding names, eventually leading to the coining of "Bollywood".
’ is a question that arouses in every Mumbaikar’s mind as we approach close to a weekend.
Gorge on a 12-course meal at Masque, the food event is a unique collaboration with Chef Mattew Orlando and Chef Prateek Sadhu to give diners an experience to cherish for lifetime.
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Like every year, the line-up is amazing with an assortment of Indian and international artists performing live across a range of genre –folk, jazz, electro pop and hip-hop, among others.
When: January 21 & 22 at pm Where: Morapada Beach, Alibaug Cost: Rs 3,800 Get your hands on the exciting workshop and learn to create magic in a bowl.
There will also be a tarot card reader, DJ playing your favourite number and Zumba workshop.
When: January 22 at 3 pm – 10 pm Where: Hotel Beach Garden, Juhu A stand-up comedy show featuring Naveen Noronha and Kamal Trilok Singh that covers everything from homosexuality to religion, from demonetisation to travel tales and from farmer suicides to art vandalism.