Are you keeping up with the newspapers? Is your general knowledge the stuff of legends? Think you can take a crowd of like minded people in a fun and challenging trivia? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then we've got something lined up for you.

At Dhuaan, one of the best bistro bars in Kanpur, you can engage yourself in a challenging trivia contest that keeps the spirits high and the drinks coming!

What's happening?

One of Kanpur's most premier pubs is hosting a trivia night that you guys can't miss. Even if you don't feel like participating, getting into the vibe of the reasonably competitive atmosphere is a great experience. You can keep sipping on some drinks while you learn something new, and also have fun with your pals.

The energy here is going to be quite incredible, so be sure not to miss it. With a series of exciting and mind churning questions, these guys are going to show you what it means to have a lit trivia party if that's even a thing. At any rate, it sounds like fun, and we're going to try our hand at it too!

Kanpur is often a favourite performing spot for comedians as well as musicians, but a local event like this has an entirely different charm to it. The sense of gathering together and racking your brains, just waiting to see who comes up with the right answer sounds something like a fun get together you'd have with old pals.

In case you thought that answering questions would reap no rewards, think again. At the trivia, you can win a few prizes, free drinks or a meal if you're lucky enough to win. Admittedly, the incentive is enough to motivate you to pay a visit. If not, then think of it as a get together with pals, and realistically speaking, who doesn't love that?

Knock Knock

If you guys were on the lookout for a different kind of night out, this is one event that's for you. You guys can go out have fun and enjoy to your heart's content. If that doesn't sound like a night to remember, we don't know what does.

When: November 10, 2019

Where: Dhuaan Sheesha & Kitchen, Kanpur

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