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Jus'Trufs Customised Chocolatiers

JakkurNorth Bangalore  

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Book Reading “Literally Yours” & Conversations with the Author Asha Francis Mar 06

  • This book was published at JLF this year. It’s the story of two very differently wired individuals, Lekh & Lipi.
    Lekh is perennially stuck with a severe case of Writer’s Block. So when he arrives at the Jaipur Literature Festival, romance is the last thing on his mind and the first thing in his destiny.

    Lipi is searching for a happily ever after which could either be romance about to happen or a story waiting to be written... and a garbled, jealous writer like Lekh is not at all her idea of a soulmate. Literally Yours is a romance that shapes up, amidst a dazzling literary all star meet at the Lit Fest and the usual gang of mindsores - the pretentious Ramona Bisht, the over-hyped Manhar Gulati, the crafty super author Tarun Kumar, Ranbeer Kaul who thinks that syllable and syllabus are synonyms. Lipi’s romance with Lekh blooms while rioters wait to burn Jamaal Wahabi’s books...yet again.
    Time: 5pm onwards

Cappuccino… Because You Deserve a Break Mar 07

  • A series of short plays from the house of shadow lights.

    Cast: Vivek, Siddhartha, Naresh, Robin, Vinod, Ranjith, Krishna, Rijita, Anshulika, Shanmugananda& Athulya.

    Synopsis:
    1.Puppet show, directed by Vivek
    Genre - Socio-political satire:
    Plot - A puppet show gets abruptly ended half way through. The puppet comes alive and challenges the puppeteer. The entire play is set in a satirical tone, without being specific on any incident or people.

    2.Smell of Rain: Ranjith
    Genre - Romantic Comedy
    Plot - A Corporate engineer, a bubbly girl and their liking to each other set in a humorous manner.

    3.Argument Clinic: Vinod
    Genre - Comedy
    Plot - What happens when you are paid to conduct and foster an argument??

    4.The Investigation :Vivek
    Genre - Comedy
    Plot - This is a comical take on the interaction between the investigating officer and a witness.   

    5.For the same reason:Ranjith
    Genre - Drama
    Plot - A beach side vendor encounters a girl standing on a sea shore attempting to commit suicide. Their funny conversation takes twists and turns and what happens next is set in a dramatic mood.

    6. Milton: Vivek
    Genre - Thriller
    Plot - A young man goes to a doctor in order to rescue him from Milton.

    7.Vivuchu Vivuchu: Vinod

    8. Role Reversal Siddhartha
    Genre - Emotional drama
    Plot - A small simple episode involving an old father and his materialistically driven son.

    9.You or Me? (1 minute Filler):Vinod
    A sperm meets the Ovum and discusses regarding the chromosomes ....

    10.‘Loo’natics:Vivek
    Genre - Comedy
    Plot - A small boy went missing while attending the nature's call. What happened to the boy and what happens during the investigation process is setup in a humorous tone.

    Time: 7.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 200

Cine Play Night - Adhe Adhure Mar 08

  • Mohan Rakesh's portrait of Savitri (one of Hindi theatre's first feminist icons), is such that one is never sure whether he admires Savitri’s rage to get a grip on her life, or whether he suggests that she is a woman caught in her destiny and circumstances in the manner of a tragic Greek heroine. Savitri, a middle aged woman, is dissatisfied with her circumstances. She has an unemployed son, a promiscuous teen daughter and a husband, who has failed to provide her emotional and financial security. She tries to find fulfillment in relationships outside her marriage, only to realize that all men are the same beneath the facade.

    Performance And Onstage Direction: Lillete Dubey
    Producer: Subodh Maskara
    Executive Producer: Karan Makhija and Nikhil Patil
    Actors: Lillete Dubey, Mohan Agashe, Ira Dubey, Rajeev Siddhartha, Anuschka Sawhney
    Writer: Mohan Rakesh
    Cineplay Director: Rohit Philip
    Cinematographer: Deval Samanta
    Editor: Neha Mehra
    Original Music For Stage Play: Gandhaar
    Music Adapted For Cineplay: Suhaas Ahuja
    Sound Designers: Tho Audio Post

    This is a screening brought to you by Cineplay. A cinematic adaptation of the theatric production.

    Time: 6.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 300 (Rs.100/- redeemable)




Shades Of Love: The Storywallah Night with Mr. Ameen Haque Mar 14

  • Ameen Haque is a storyteller who has his audiences enthralled with his stories of Love and hope. Stories that talk of finding love, of building relationships, of believing in your dreams.

    A firm believer in the power of stories, Ameen loves telling  stories to all kinds of audiences, at all kinds of places like on a plane, under a tree and around a bonfire! He has performed at diverse places such as the Bookaroo Children’s Literature Festival, Times of India Literary Carnival, Bangalore Literature Festival, Chennai Storytelling Festival, theaters like Ranga Shankara & Jagriti and bookstores in Bangalore & Chennai and many schools. His storytelling sessions are popular with audiences of all ages and have been reviewed in newspapers including The Hindu, Indian Express and Bangalore Mirror.
    Time: 7pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 200  (fully redeemable)

Cine Play Night - Adhe Adhure Mar 15

  • Mohan Rakesh's portrait of Savitri (one of Hindi theatre's first feminist icons), is such that one is never sure whether he admires Savitri’s rage to get a grip on her life, or whether he suggests that she is a woman caught in her destiny and circumstances in the manner of a tragic Greek heroine. Savitri, a middle aged woman, is dissatisfied with her circumstances. She has an unemployed son, a promiscuous teen daughter and a husband, who has failed to provide her emotional and financial security. She tries to find fulfillment in relationships outside her marriage, only to realize that all men are the same beneath the facade.

    Performance And Onstage Direction: Lillete Dubey
    Producer: Subodh Maskara
    Executive Producer: Karan Makhija and Nikhil Patil
    Actors: Lillete Dubey, Mohan Agashe, Ira Dubey, Rajeev Siddhartha, Anuschka Sawhney
    Writer: Mohan Rakesh
    Cineplay Director: Rohit Philip
    Cinematographer: Deval Samanta
    Editor: Neha Mehra
    Original Music For Stage Play: Gandhaar
    Music Adapted For Cineplay: Suhaas Ahuja
    Sound Designers: Tho Audio Post

    This is a screening brought to you by Cineplay. A cinematic adaptation of the theatric production.

    Time: 6.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 300 (Rs.100/- redeemable)




Jus’ Improv with the Improv Brew Mar 21

  • Improv or Improvisation is a performance theatre where every scene, monologue or game is unscripted and made up on the spot based on audience suggestion. Improv is amazing when it comes to getting the audience involved because they really drive the performers giving them inspiration with their suggestions.

    Cast:
    1. Avinash Verma - Avinash found his true calling while pursuing an engineering diploma. He has been practicing and performing improv for the last 4 and a half years in Mumbai with the group Improv Comedy Mumbai.
    2. Ankit Challa - Ankit has that twinkle in his eye about landing the opportunity to escape from his day-time job. He too has acting on his mind. Called the 'physical-king' in the  improv troupe for his bold use of physical artistry in improv, he has been practicing and performing improv for the last 4 and a half years too. And with the same group as Avinash.
    3. Nasir Engineer - Nasir is called the Iron-Man in his improv troupe because he has running and cycling plastered all over his muscles. He recently shifted to Bangalore to work full-time with Runners For Life. He too has been practicing and performing improv for the last 4 and a half years and with the same group as Avinash and Ankit.

    Time: 8pm onwards
    Ticket: Rs. 300 


Cine Play Night - Adhe Adhure Mar 22

  • Mohan Rakesh's portrait of Savitri (one of Hindi theatre's first feminist icons), is such that one is never sure whether he admires Savitri’s rage to get a grip on her life, or whether he suggests that she is a woman caught in her destiny and circumstances in the manner of a tragic Greek heroine. Savitri, a middle aged woman, is dissatisfied with her circumstances. She has an unemployed son, a promiscuous teen daughter and a husband, who has failed to provide her emotional and financial security. She tries to find fulfillment in relationships outside her marriage, only to realize that all men are the same beneath the facade.

    Performance And Onstage Direction: Lillete Dubey
    Producer: Subodh Maskara
    Executive Producer: Karan Makhija and Nikhil Patil
    Actors: Lillete Dubey, Mohan Agashe, Ira Dubey, Rajeev Siddhartha, Anuschka Sawhney
    Writer: Mohan Rakesh
    Cineplay Director: Rohit Philip
    Cinematographer: Deval Samanta
    Editor: Neha Mehra
    Original Music For Stage Play: Gandhaar
    Music Adapted For Cineplay: Suhaas Ahuja
    Sound Designers: Tho Audio Post

    This is a screening brought to you by Cineplay. A cinematic adaptation of the theatric production.

    Time: 6.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 300 (Rs.100/- redeemable)




Synchroshakti Mar 28

  • 'Kartika Nair, who goes by the stage name of “Synchroshakti“, a solo artist, fuses western lyrics to Vedic mantras and Shlokas to the strumming of her guitar. She seeks to connect to the hearts of her listeners, through her music. What sets her apart, is her connect with the audience , who she has swaying and dancing with abandon ,to her tune. An experience that you will cherish and that will leave you enriched. A brief interlude into divinity.
    Time: 6.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 200 (Rs. 100 /-redeemable)

Cine Play Night - Adhe Adhure Mar 29

  • Mohan Rakesh's portrait of Savitri (one of Hindi theatre's first feminist icons), is such that one is never sure whether he admires Savitri’s rage to get a grip on her life, or whether he suggests that she is a woman caught in her destiny and circumstances in the manner of a tragic Greek heroine. Savitri, a middle aged woman, is dissatisfied with her circumstances. She has an unemployed son, a promiscuous teen daughter and a husband, who has failed to provide her emotional and financial security. She tries to find fulfillment in relationships outside her marriage, only to realize that all men are the same beneath the facade.

    Performance And Onstage Direction: Lillete Dubey
    Producer: Subodh Maskara
    Executive Producer: Karan Makhija and Nikhil Patil
    Actors: Lillete Dubey, Mohan Agashe, Ira Dubey, Rajeev Siddhartha, Anuschka Sawhney
    Writer: Mohan Rakesh
    Cineplay Director: Rohit Philip
    Cinematographer: Deval Samanta
    Editor: Neha Mehra
    Original Music For Stage Play: Gandhaar
    Music Adapted For Cineplay: Suhaas Ahuja
    Sound Designers: Tho Audio Post

    This is a screening brought to you by Cineplay. A cinematic adaptation of the theatric production.

    Time: 6.30pm onwards
    Tickets: Rs. 300 (Rs.100/- redeemable)




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Jus'Trufs Customised Chocolatiers Reviews

5.0

Excellent chocolate quality over the years

We have been ordering from Jus'Trufs since they started, and all I can say is the quality has remained consistent, the truffles are great, especially the Baileys truffle. Great chocolates and great packaging

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