While entire country busy supporting their favorite IPL team, On Sunday, Palladium (High Street Phoenix) was abuzz with excitement since it had been turned into an entertainment hub, with a massive support and fan following for F1 LIVE SCREENING.
The host for that night, the beautiful Miss Rupali Suri did an excellent job at keeping the guests intrigued with what was in store for them. The evening started off on an entertaining leg, with Sharvi Yadav, winner of The Stage, rolled out some classics along with some pop songs along with her band, adding a hint of old school jazz to the atmosphere.
The guests were offered premium appetizers from “Eat-Drink-Design” and an open bar, letting the VVIPs in attendance feel at home and let loose and enjoy the night.
Nobody could miss the lavish display of cars from Land Rover, BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes. All eyes were drawn to them, and since all the people in attendance were automobile lovers.
The live screening was aided by Star Sports, and once it began, all eyes were glued to the screen. Cheers and hoots were heard all around, and there was no place anyone would rather be than the Palladium, sipping on drinks and enjoying their favorite sport.
Auto Circuit and E-Square did a great job translating a mere vision into a full blown reality. It was an evening to remember, and hopefully we would have many more to come said Suresh Kumar Kurapaty at the do.
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