‘A date with glamour’

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No ladies event is complete without glam and glitter and when it  is ‘Bollywood Red Carpet’ event ,  obviously glamour has to be on the peak.

One such Ladies only event was ‘Bollywood Red Carpet Awards Night’ which was organized by Dolly Arora and Sarika Sahgal at Parra Villa Function center on May 6, 2017.

Not to any surprise, the hall was full to its capacity with all the beauties stunningly dressed in best of their outfits and glamorously styled.

“The event was sold out a week prior to the date and many who enquired late missed a chance to be a part of this glamorous event,” said the organizers’ adding that their phone was buzzing for the ticket enquiries till the event day.

The organizers cautiously did all the planning for the Bollywood Red Carpet Night and the venue was tastefully decorated to blend with theme. There were different props, photo booths and ladies didn’t leave a chance to make the best use of the decors to capture memories for their lifetime.

Besides this, there was much more for entertainment including fashion show, fun filled games, dance performance and many stalls selling beautiful outfits and jewelry.

The models flattered their beautiful outfits sponsored by Saree Haven while walking the ramp and dance moves choreographed by Swastik Dance Academy further added to the charm.

The Brazilian dance was one of the highlights of the evening, while other Bollywood dance performances were also thoroughly enjoyed.

Sakshi Kapoor and Sahil Sood were the MC’s for the evening and throughout the event they engaged the audience with their wonderful sense of humor.

To add more sparks to this sparkly evening, there were different awards for different categories where randomly the attendees participated and winners were selected. Some of the titles were Bollywood Queen 2017 which was won by Sonali Bindra Bhatla, ‘Sparkling smile’ was won by Kanika Wadhwa Singh , the title for ‘Killer Looks’ was won by Tejal Brahmbhatt, Kangana Ranaut Award was won  by Aman Virk, Sonakshi Sinha Award  went to Menka Sethi and Katrina Kaif Award was won by Rhea Sen.

The gift hampers and prizes  for the winners of the  games which were  sponsored by  sponsors including  Joyti Tuli from Tuli JewellersRani Benepal from Maharaja HaveliShobhna Sheetal Punjwani , Pooja Galhotra from Indian Beauty Secrets, Pritika Manocha from Ethnic Store, Inderpreet Kaur from Beauty Monks, Davinder Benepal from Wise Emergency Dental Clinic, M Rose Dogra  from Saree HavenAmit Sharma and Nikita Sharma from Price Beat Travel Saby Mehndiratta from Prime Granny Flats, Sukhnandan Grewal  from Kaur KollectionJaswinder Singh Bhogal from A1 Home Improvements, Balwinder Gujral from JB Mobiles, Elaine Roach from Spark Trent Mobiles, Saloni A Dhir from Love Gowns, Shveta Teji from Mulbury Clothing (Uniforms), Sonu Nanda and Manu from Global Visa Help.

The organizers expressed that it was a beautiful journey from conceptualizing the event to executing  it .

“We would like to thank all the attendees, sponsors and media who helped us to  make this event  a successful one.  Every successful event boosts your moral and we   are hopeful to be back next year with a bigger and better fun filled Bollywood Ladies event,” said the organizers .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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