You can catch the entire world up action at the Adlabs multiplex. Cheerleaders, dholkiwalas, and an umpire will be at the live screenings to create the ambience. Then there is food, beer, popcorn, tattoo artists and a welcome kit with whistles, do-it-yourself posters, and flags to wave. Matches that would be screened ahead of the semi-finals and finals are the much-awaited group clash between India and Sri Lanka on March 23, and the Super Eight ties between India and Australia on March 31, India and New Zealand on April 2 and the most awaited tie in this quadrennial event — India versus Pakistan on April 15. All these screenings will begin from 8 p.m. at Adlabs Cinemas, opposite KSRTC main bus station, Bejai. Only bulk bookings, which involve booking the entire theatre, are accepted. "As a brand, Adlabs never stands for a dull moment. Given the energy of Cricket World Cup, I would say it is a complete fit," says an Adlabs representative. J.S.* * *India plays its first match on March 17 against Bangladesh. Port Cafe at Taj Manjarun will be screening the matches on a big screen with unlimited starters flowing through out the event. Face painters will be busy doing what they do best. Two separate zones will be created within the coffee shop to accommodate the fans of both countries with the flags of countries on tables. Cut-outs of famous cricketers will be put up in the lobby and outside the coffee shop with graffiti writing options. There will be surprise gifts for best graffiti on the cut-outs. A midnight biryani buffet will be put up in late hours to cater to the needs of hungry fans.