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E-RUPTION, partnered by t2, at The Stadel

Mood & Music: When the hot bods of the city walk the ramp, who cares about the chill factor?! A fashion show that saw Raima Sen and June strut their stuff set the mood for a rocking party at The Stadel, organised by Rainbow Productions. Next up were energetic performances by city dance group Angels and Olga Lea and Troupe from Russia. And when DJs Lloyd, Armour and Dharma took over the console, Angrezi beat was played repeatedly on pop demand. Tracks like Main sharabi, Anarkali, Ooh la la, Senorita and Dum maro dum also did the rounds.

She was wearing: Jackets and stoles ruled the dance floor, with a few stylish pashminas thrown in. For their feet, the footloose preferred stilettos.

June

He was wearing: Casuals and formals were equally popular among the boys.

Food & beverage: Ajwani Mushroom, Barbecue Chicken, Bharwan Aloo to start with, followed by Masala Kulcha, Kadai Jhinga, Dhania Murg and lots more. Whisky and rum were the tipple toppers, while nolen gur-er ice cream, hot gulab jamuns and jalebi from the dessert counter made for a happy ending.

Organiserspeak: “It was also our company Rainbow Amusement and Media’s launch party. The exclusive fashion show was the highlight of the evening and the crowd really grooved during DJ night. DJ Lloyd stole the show,” said Rahul Gandhi.

Text: Malancha Dasgupta

Pictures: Arnab Mandal