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PRINCETON CLUB AND ANTIQUITY IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE TELEGRAPH Presented CHRISTMAS EVE

Mood & music: Belly dancer Dinky sent the temperature soaring as she grooved to Mayya mayya, with the crowd jiving along. DJ Amit belted out remixes of Bolly hits like Chikni Chameli, Hookah bar, Second-hand jawaani, Tumhi ho bandhu and more, as couples young and young-at-heart burnt the dance floor, one eye on the ‘best dancing couple’ trophy! The retro remix of Chura liya hai tumne was the pick of the night. A fashion show and a lady Santa who gave away gifts to the guests were the other attractions of the fun night.

She was wearing: Though there were some woollen tops and ethnic wear, skirts short and long seemed to rule.

He was wearing: Hoodies, leather jackets and jeans. Some preferred to suit up.

Food & beverage: Chicken Lukhmi Kebabs and cheese balls fast disappeared from the snacks counter. Whisky and rum were the poison picks.

Clubspeak: “The line-up of events was interesting and people enjoyed each event, which led to the rocking party,” said Dolon Dutta, assistant manager, marketing, Princeton Club.

Text: Saptarshi Dutta

Pictures: Pabitra Das