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Ordnance Club in association with The Telegraph presented Christmas Bash 2012

Mood & music: Christmas Eve was a family affair at Ordnance Club. The party started to sizzle with a musical performance by city band Bohemians, followed by some hot steps by dance troupe Sparkles. Soon members, kids and guests took the floor, grooving to foot-tapping numbers spun by DJ Rahul. If the crowd shook a leg to chartbusters from Student of the Year, Cocktail and Gangnam Style, they also enjoyed old hits like My heart is beating from Julie and Aaj kal tere mere pyar ke charche from Brahmachari.

She was wearing: Dresses and trousers to saris and gowns.

He was wearing: Mostly formals — dinner jackets, blazers and ties.

Clubspeak: “Every year we try to do something different for Xmas Eve, including the decor. This year the theme is red, white and green. We have a multi-cuisine spread that includes Italian, Mughlai, Chinese and Lebanese dishes. We are also having a bonfire, which is just what you need on a chilly night like this,” said Seema Bhardwaj, first lady of the club.

Text: Shweta Keshri

Pictures: Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya