Bandra's newest community festival, Bandra's Got Spice, has been gaining momentum with various events for people across age groups, whether it's an evening for seniors or Amchi Uncle Aunty Contest.
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Things are bound to get groovy today with Rasta Rhythms, a street dance contest, where the slickest groups across the city will compete for the trophy.
Sporting enthusiasts, don't miss Football Fundas, a football tournament with a twist. The event includes a change in rules to include people from different age groups.
Bandra is one of the largest food hubs of Mumbai, with several new restaurants and watering holes opening every month. While big ticket restaurant launches are eagerly looked forward to, several talented home chefs and caterers also reside right here. If you have culinary skills to flaunt, participate in Masala Mayhem, a snacks and salad contest that promises to be a mouth-watering affair.
Time: 7 pm and 10 pm (Rasta Rhythms, group event)
At: Kanara Catholic Association (KCA Hall), Yuvakalaya, Veronica Road, Bandra (W).
Entry: Rs 500
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Nov 13 Serious Fun (4 pm)
Nov 14 Different Strokes (9 am), What Men Why Men (6 pm)
Nov 15 Bandora’s Box (8 am), Nebula Nights (6 pm)
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