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The Lionel Richie Collection

(Landmark, Rs 600) This should be a treat for all those who grew up in the 80s. Music videos of all of Richie's best-loved songs are featured, including All night long (all night), Say you say me, Running with the night, Penny lover, My destiny and, of course, Hello. There's also a live performance of Three times a lady and the making of the video Dancing on the ceiling.

Untitled and Bitter Chocolate

(April 29, 7.45 pm, CC&FC. April 30, 7.30 pm, Tollygunge Club) Lushin Dubey takes the stage for two solo acts ' Untitled on the first day, and a searing theatre experience based on Pinky Virani's book on Day Two. Both the plays have been adapted and directed by Arvind Gaur.

Karmasutra

(Oxford Bookstore, 5.30 pm, April 27) Moments of Magic, a cookbook comprising recipes from 43 countries, will be launched at the event themed around Wellness Food ' The Newage Mantra. Culinary experts Shaun Kenworthy and Lovey Burman will whip up some items from the book.
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