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Elvis by the Presleys

(Landmark, Rs 1,749) A documentary on the King with participation from his wife, in-laws, daughter and friends. Not so much for the music, but for the insight into Elvis the man makes this two-disc set a must for fans. Bonus: rare performance footage and photographs.

The Round in the Rectangular

(Nandan II, May 7-9) The football film fest is being jointly hosted by Max Mueller Bhavan and Nandan. Sunday features Women's Football in Germany and Adelante Muchchas! (4 pm) followed by Boleiros (6 pm); Liberated Zone (4 pm) and Miracle of Berne (6 pm) will be screened on Monday; the final day has Depth of Field (4 pm) and Shoot Goals! Shoot Movies! (6 pm).

New Works

(CIMA Gallery; 2 pm-7 pm, from 3 pm on Mondays)The exhibition showcases four fresh artists ' Rashmi Bagchi Sarkar, Sumitro Basak, Shreyasi Chatterjee and Kingshuk Sarkar. All graduates of Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan, and students of Jogen Chowdhury

Nabin Asha

(MusicWorld) The debut album of Tagore songs by Smartya Majumdar, who trained under Sraboni Sen, features tracks like Pinakete lage tankar, Bhengechho duar eshechho jyotirmoy, Aaj jyotsna raate, Haar mana haar and Ami tomaro sange bendhechhi. The 22-year-old management student was tutored by singer Piyush Kanti Sarkar before joining the Sen school of Rabindrasangeet.
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