Bollywood theme for new year parties this year
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As residents of City Beautiful get ready to celebrate this new year's eve, several places have planned to keep the celebrations Bollywood style.
"The party name for this new year is 'Nautanki Saal 2014' and we are going to keep it completely Bollywood style. Howsoever popular commercials, trance, punk or any Hollywood music may become, people still have huge liking for Bollywood songs. These are the songs we have been brought up listening to. So that's why we have planned to keep this year's theme Bollywood style", said Komal, the spokesperson of The Blue Blazer Lounge in Sector 26.
Our theme is a mix of Bollywood and Pollywood this year. Equal emphasis will be laid on both types of songs. We have some Bollywood singers performing this year and two Punjabi singers, Hardy Sandhu being one of them, are also coming. So the music will be a combination of both Hindi and Punjabi party songs", said Gulab Singh, manager at Kava, Sector 26.
Also, many chefs in the city are keeping the menus mostly Indian this year. Sales Manager at The Lava Bar, Sanjay, said, "The head chef is experimenting with all sorts of Indian- based ingredients to create new dishes. Many of the cuisines which we will be presenting to our guest will be Indi-fusion. The chef is ensuring that the indigenous flavours of the dishes are represented properly. Of course, other types of foods will be there but the main focus will be on Indian cuisine."
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