They like to party!

What happened in some of the biggest parties last week in Hyderabad? Find out here!

author_img Vibhuti Jain Published :  18th May 2018 06:00 AM   |   Published :   |  18th May 2018 06:00 AM
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Karishma Kapoor

Partying began quite early for the city’s P3Ps last week. They started on Wednesday, and had a packed week from there on, with a couple of dos each day.

Aditi

First on the list was the pre-birthday bash of Koyal Chandak, on Wednesday. Dressed in summer gowns, the ladies were headed to Air Live to celebrate the socialite’s 30th birthday. The guests clicked photos against the white and red hearts in the background as the DJ kick-started the party. They relished the mouth-watering dishes such as Chilli Cauliflower, Paneer Chilli and Veg Potlis, while sipping on summer drinks, like Lime Mojito and Mango Shake. That was, however, till the special birthday cake arrived, post which ladies devoured it.

Neha

The rest of the week was a treat for music lovers. Starting with Thursday, city-based band Renisa kick-started the party at Karma with their high-energy covers of Hindi music. The evening that began with fusion, also saw classical and Bollywood numbers, as the guests polished off the restaurant’s signature Hyderabadi Biryani and Malai Broccoli.

The starry affair of the week was definitely the 50th store launch of Neeru’s at Mehdipatnam on Saturday. B’town diva and brand ambassador, Karishma Kapoor, along with Neeru Kumar and Tejdeep Kaur Menon inaugurated the store. Dressed in a golden embellished sharara, and a maang tika, Karshima sure rocked the look. The new outlet boasts of exquisite bridal finery and special Eid collection for men and women of all age groups.

Meanwhile, Akanksha Bhandari and her band, popular for their music composition for Hindi film Fukrey Returns, set the mood for the Saturday night at Karma – Bistro & Lounge. Hyderabadis sure had the best of both worlds – Akanksha’s enthralling voice and a range of food and special mocktails like Karma twist, Xplode and Devil Poison. The singer presented songs like Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Fitoor and Peh Gaya Khaalara, among others.

The same evening also saw a unique blend of indie dance and house music played by Trinidadian DJ Jillionaire at TOT, Jubilee Hills. Organised by Sunburn Reload, the pub saw a packed crowd who swayed to the tunes of dancehall infusions.

(The writer is an animal lover, solo traveller and the founder of Touch a Life Foundation.)

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