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Mumbai parties
Nasha celebrated its anniversary. Owners Sammir and Tunvey Gogia played
hosts. Kapil Dev and wife Romi were spotted getting cozy at the do. And they
looked very cute together after so many years of marriage. Designer Jatin
Kocchar, models Sucheta, Neha Kapur, stylist Edward Lalrepuria, designer
Suneet Verma, were the others spotted having a gala time.

Get-togethers at Mumbai   

Mumbai was still to come to terms with the losses the rains showered on the
city, but it looks like it was Delhi, which suffered more. There were no big,
rocking parties, throughout the month! And to make things worse, the
grapevine in Delhi seemed to survive talking about happenings in Mumbai!

Most of the dos were education or art based.? Nothing wrong in that, but
every city should have a cool, rocking party circuit, what say?

For starters educationists from India and U.K. gathered at the British
Council to discuss the needs and future of the youth in both countries.
British Minister for lifelong learning Bill Rammell, Tim Gore of British
Council, Mamta Sharma were present to exchange views.

Nasha celebrated its anniversary. Owners Sammir and Tunvey Gogia played
hosts. Kapil Dev and wife Romi were spotted getting cozy at the do. And they
looked very cute together after so many years of marriage. Designer Jatin
Kocchar, models Sucheta, Neha Kapur, stylist Edward Lalrepuria, designer
Suneet Verma, were the others spotted having a gala time.

Farewell bash for Yaron Mayer, political counsellor to Israeli Embassy,
organised by Manoj Arora - treasurer for Delhi’s Study Circle, was a lively
affair, to say the least. Kapil Dev (yes, he’s rocking the Delhi social
circles), Shovana Narayan, Vijay Jolly, Madhup Mohta, were the socialites
present at the do.

The cast of a comedy play, Uncle Samjha Karo, had a blast at a lounge bar at
Connaught Place. Television stars Shweta Kawatra, and husband Manav Gohil,
actress Rohini Banerjee, writer / director of the play Paritosh
Painter, Gazala Akbar, Atul Kapoor and wife, were seen creating a laugh riot.

Aniljit Singh’s b’day bash was literally like a couples day out. Most of the
guests at the do were married and were seen having a good time with their
spouses. Tour consultant Divya Channa, Gunjita Dhawan, Cheena Vig, curator
Priya Jain, Amol Vadhera, were part of the guests.

A gathering at Olive Bar and Kitchen, to raise a toast to celebrated
wildlife conservationist Billy Arjan Singh - The Tiger Man Of India. British
author Duff Hart Davis has even written a book on him - “Honorary Tiger:
The life of Billy Arjan Singh”

Tiger expert Valmik Thapar, wildlife photographer Toby Sinclair, Roli books
publisher Pramod Kapoor, newsperson Nalini Singh, came down to wish him
luck.

Ranjeeta Kant (wife of tourism secretary Amitabh Kant) finally got an
opportunity to exhibit her paintings at India Habitat Centre. Vir Munshi,
Satish Gujral, Gopi Goswami, Sunaina Anand, etc? Came down to have a dekho
at her work.

A green hued band, aimed at creating awareness about conservation of
freshwater river dolphins, was launched by the WWF at India Habitat Centre.
Shweta Nanda, (Amitabh’s daughter) was present with husband Nikhil. They
made a pretty couple. Others present were young politician Sachin Pilot,
(the special guest for the evening), news anchor Vikram Chandra, comedian
Vir Das, models Feroze Gujral, Laxmi Rana, etc.

India Habitat Centre was the venue for the launch of Dhruv N Chaudhary’s
book “Delhi - Light, Shades, Shadows”. The book portrays the changes the
city has undergone. Sitar maestro Debu Chaudhuri and son Prateek, Samta
Party leader Jaya Jaitley, Bharatnatyam dancer Geeta Chandran, historian
Narayani Gupta, saw to it that the event was well attended. Former union
minister Jagmohan released the book.

One party worth a mention this month was Aamir Khans, ‘Mangal Pandey’,
party, at the Maurya Sheraton, was an eagerly awaited do, in the social
circuits. Hosts Aamir Khan and Varsha Bedi saw to it that the guests were
enjoying themselves. Actor Toby Stephens and wife Carol Beed were posing
for pictures with Aamir and his girlfriend Kiran Rao. Director Ketan Mehta,
and wife Deepa were also enjoying themselves. Surina (a London based
socialite), Malvika Tiwari, Shivani Wazir Pasrih, Uma Gajapati Raju, Nalini
Singh, Rosha Seth, were amongst the others who attended the party.

Book launches are not necessarily boring. One such book launch with a
difference was the release of Sudeep Sen’s new collection of poetry Rain, at
the British Council, which was accompanied by live music, and visual art as
well. Sudeep Sen and Tom Alter, read out excerpts from the book. Artist
Desmond Lazaro (from British Council), deputy director Les Dangerfield were
among the known faces who made an appearance. Meanwhile city-based band
Advaita performed to entertain the guests.

Model Amanpreet Wahi’s 23rd birthday was a rocking affair. Harry Potter was
the theme for the bash.? So the dressing of the guests was quite… haywire.
Salil Acharya (of Kasautii Zindagi Kay fame), and girlfriend Shweta
Bharadwaj, model Krishna Somany, and husband Hemant, choreographer Lisa and
event manager husband Mukul Verma was spotted having a good time.

Industrialist Anil Nanda hosted a party to celebrate the 45th independence
day of the Republic of Gabon at the Imperial. Nanda is the honorary counsul
of Gabon in New Delhi. Not surprising then, that the members of the
diplomatic corps of African countries, in their national costumes showed up.
Actor turned politician - vinod Khanna, Trinamul congress M.P., P.A. Sangma,
socialites Devi Cherian, Dilshad Sheikh, Nandita Suri, Nina Nanda, artist
Hemi Bawa, etc. attended the do.

The Professional Golfers Association of India (PGAI), launched the PGAI hall
of fame awards, to be conferred on players, administrators and contributors
associated with the game. Mukesh Kumar, golfer Vikramaditya Sig, Sunjay
Kapur, director and CEO Hero Honda Motors Ltd, Pawan Munjal, and cricketer
Kapil Dev were the known people spotted at the function.

Euphoria band performed for the students of Shastri Institute of Management
Studies, for a festival at the college, at Kamani Auditorium. Pankaj Udhas
gave a moving speech to the students, and politician Anil Shastri addressed
them too.

The art fraternity of Delhi came together at Le Belvedere - the rooftop
restaurant fo the Le Meridien to felicitate artist Naresh Kapuria who won
the French honour Chevalier des Arts et des Letters..i.e. Order of Arts and
Letters. Painter Satish Gujral and wife Kiran, Sharon Cowen, vocalist Shanno
Khurana, Croatian ambassador Dino Debewuh, Bosnian ambassador Zeljko
Janjetovic and wife Reneta made their presence felt at the gathering.

Top 10 lensmen presented their concept of freedom, the biggest names in
world of photography converged at India Habitat Centre for launch of ‘The
Spirit Of Freedom, 2005′. The popular icons were skies, clouds children and
nature. Works of photographers like Asha Kocchar, Hemant Khandelwal, Avinash
Pasricha, Ashok Dilwali, etc. were showcased there

Designer Ashish Soni is going places. He is incidentally the first Indian
designer to showcase his creations t the prestigious Olympus at New York
Fashion Week in September. The celebrations were at Maurya Sheraton where
his friends dropped in to congratulate and encourage him. Ashish gave a peek
at the creations, which he will be taking to the N.Y. mannequins soon. Robert
Vadra,?Vijay Mallya, Fashion designers Rohit Bal, Ranna Gill, cricketer
turned commentator Atul Wassam, civil aviation minister Praful Patel, were
spotted having a whale of a time at the occasion.
(INFS)

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