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Last Updated 23.09.2018 | 8:50 PM IST
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8th Dec.: 5 events 1 evening

It was Bollywood darshan at its best! Thanks to the number of events that took place on December 8, one felt one had met just about everyone associated with Bollywood on this date. * To celebrate the completion of his maiden venture BULLET – EK DHAMAKA, producer Asad Sikandar hosted a get-together at Tian, Juhu. Starring Aseem Merchant and Iqbal Khan with Miss Bulgaria Natasha and directed by Irfan Khan, the film is slated for a January 21 release. The making of the film was screened on the occasion. The film has been shot in Bulgaria and will be distributed by 20th Century Fox. * Bappi Lahiri‘s daughter Rema married U.S.-based musician Shouvik at The Club. A reception was held thereafter at the venue and you could spot almost the entire film industry – from veterans to present-day personalities – making it a point to attend the wedding revelry. * Choreographer turned director Farha [MAIN HOON NA] Khan’s pre-marriage party at Hyatt, Andheri saw the cr? de la cr? of the entertainment industry gracing the event [no media was invited, no TV crews either!]. Brother Sajid Khan was stationed at the entrance, receiving every guest personally, but blocking the media/gatecrashers from entering this very, very private affair. Farha looked lovely in a pink outfit, while the groom, Shirish Kunder, looked dapper in a traditional Indian outfit. The celebrity turnout only goes to prove the enormous goodwill Farha, Shirish and Sajid enjoy within the film fraternity! * Management guru Arindam Chaudhuri hosted the premiere show of his ambitious venture ROK SAKO TO ROK LO at Fun Republic, Andheri, which was graced by the cast and crew of the film, as also the friends of Chaudhuri. The entrance of the multiplex was tastefully decorated, while a Harley Davidson bike was also on display. * D.S. Mittle’s grand-son Anup wed Ruchika at a grand ceremony at the Turf Club, Mahalaxmi, which saw a large turnout of the film industry. The Mittles have been associated with railway, television and radio publicity for more than six decades. It was tough being at all the places in one evening, but the snarling traffic, long distances and stretched out venues were no deterrents for us!

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