Princeton Club presented New Year’s Eve 2017, with t2

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  • Published 4.01.18

MOOD & MUSIC: Decked up in fairy lights, the Prince Anwar Shah Road club kicked off the NYE celebrations with (inset) DJ Kush behind the console, spinning party hits — desi as well as international. City-based performer Dipshikha Ghosh’s moves to Bolly tracks prompted the guests to follow suit and the action shifted to the dance floor. A special performance by Russian belly dancer Afet led to the final countdown to midnight, as everyone cheered and hugged,  wishing each other Happy New Year!

Emcee for the evening Tina Mukherjee cut a stylish picture in a teal gown accessorised with chunky earrings. “I kept my look minimal and I usually like wearing my hair up when I am working. Right now, I am into dark lips and sported a brownish-purplish colour for the 31st party,” said Tina, whose fashion resolution for 2018 is to get “edgy”.

SHE WAS WEARING: Body-hugging dresses — in black, red and bling — paired with boots and strappy sandals.

HE WAS WEARING: Blazers and jackets in solid tones with jeans or formal trousers. 

SIP & BITE: Starters like Murgh Ginger Kebab and Chicken 65 kept going off the plates, washed down with whisky and beer. The pop picks from the multi-cuisine buffet spread were Kosha Mangsho, Galangal Chicken, Garlic Mustard Fry Fish and Vegetables in Chilli Oyster Sauce.

CLUB SPEAK: “Princeton Club is the place to be for the last party of the year. Like every year, we’re greeting the New Year with a bang, thanks to the support of our loving members and enthusiastic guests,” said Sanjay Karmakar, manager (operations), Princeton Club.

Text: Sunny Lyngdoh
Pictures: Arnab Mondal