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Here’s how Glook turned three!

Fancy cocktails and yum food made a hit pair while Kolkata band The Sunny Boys kept the crowd entertained
Kolkata band The Sunny Boys
Kolkata band The Sunny Boys

Pramita Ghosh   |   Published 21.09.22, 01:03 AM

Glook The Sky Lounge that opened in Rajarhat turned three with a birthday bash that was attended by guests from all walks of life. Fancy cocktails and yum food made a hit pair while Kolkata band The Sunny Boys (picture above) kept the crowd entertained with their performance and played tracks like Tere jaisa yaar kahan, Sauda khara khara, O sanam and Dil lutiya.

Host of the night Runa Laha along with friends and colleagues from the modelling industry —Pooja Gupta and Roja Paromita Dey — looked smoking hot! “My heartfelt congratulations to the owner of  Glook The Sky Lounge who along with his efficient team went extra miles to execute the successful anniversary event. We loved the place and it’s hospitality. I would just tell Kolkata people if you aren’t at Glook The Sky Lounge, definitely you are missing the best city vibes,” said Runa.

(Left to right) Sourav Kothari; Gunnu Ahluwalia; Abhishek Sachdev; Debarun Mukherjee; Kanaklata Datta

Director of Alliance Française du Bengale, Nicolas Facino and Iryna Vikyrchak, Ukrainian poetess, writer, translator and culture manager.

Riya Bhattacherjee was casual pretty.

“Glook means ‘happiness’ and we celebrated three years of spreading happiness. We are one of the hospitality brands which had opened doors just before the pandemic and the journey since then has been very challenging yet satisfying as we all fought it as a team. We are thankful to our beloved guests who have continuously supported us through thick and thin. In the upcoming years we have great plans and are looking to entertain and serve our city in the best way possible,” said Aayush Agrawal, owner, Glook The Sky Lounge, with wife Yashi, by his side.
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Pictures: Glook The Skybar Lounge



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