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Boy’s night out

And you thought there was no such thing as a guy’s night out? When t2 went “man-hunting” this weekend at the city’s popular party zones, we were surprised to see so many men (and just men, believe it or not) who were either shaking their booty, downing a few or catching up. But the verdict at the end of the night was predictable: No fun without woman. The gentlemen secretly admitted that a guy’s night out meant good times, but with the fairer sex around, times were better! Let’s hear them out:

 

 

Music men: Arpan and Joydeep decided to drop into Venom for a night out. “If the music is rocking, the night is made,” laughed the neighbours-cum-pals. Their recipe for a perfect guy’s night out — first chilling at someone’s place and then partying till early morning

 

 

 

Two to tango: Best buddies Asif and Shoaib at Underground know what it takes to have a blast! “After marriage, a boys’ night out is even more fun!” grinned Asif while Shoaib showed off his magic moves, off the floor and on it

 

 

 

Disco dancer: “I can dance for eight hours at a stretch,” said model Tanvir, step-spinning at Tantra. We believe him. He didn’t need girls to swing either, though he didn’t deny the attention some women gave him. “This girl came up to me and said she knew me and then started dancing. It’s just an excuse but I don’t mind,” he smiled

 

 

 

 

 

Lone ranger: “It takes alimony to have a great guy’s night out,” grinned Mumbai-based Riaz at Venom. “But honestly, even when you’re with guys you keep looking at girls. But you don’t have to be a watchman!”

 

 

 

Boy bonding: At Shisha, it was time for some pure unadulterated boy bonding. Twenty-year-olds Varun, Kumar, Amit and Tanay admitted that guys could have fun without girls but hey! It depends on “how high we are!”

 

Pictures by Rashbehari Das

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