A sensational international music event and Women’s Day added the much-needed fun element to the past week
Sensation concert at the Gachibowli Stadium last Saturday definitely proved one fact – the city’s love for music and the discipline of Hyderabadis. It was a night which witnessed a sea of humanity – all dressed in sparkling white and tapping their toes as if there is no tomorrow.
Charul dressed in white chose to break the monochrome palette carried a yellow fur swirl around her and it was a good twist. Padma dressed in a white netted silk top paired with white trousers sported a chic look, like a style guru who known when to switch roles – from meaning business to when to let her hair down. Maya in a white silk gown was determined to be nothing but classy.
Bindu, in a white tee paired up with a white denim, sported a happy-go-lucky look. The entire effort of putting this commendable effort kept the energy and dancing spirits of the Hyderabadis alive till 4 am.
The city also witnessed a spate of women-centric events to celebrate the International Women’s Day. The Girl Rising Initiative on International Women’s Day at the AISFM school witnessed the young girls dressed in casuals and tees supporting the cause of girl child education.
Anika was dressed in blue saree while Dr Manjula Anagani draped in shades of yellow and green silk were the faces of strength and success of feminine energy.
Meanwhile, Tamanna, Alka and Neha were
the smiling divas who radiated their affection in the FICCI YFLO event in the city.
Anju Jain, dressed in green, accentuated with touches of satin and a balanced accessory, mirrored simplicity and poise.
Mourya Boda, dressed in pastel pink with embroidered flower top and the curl locks, looked radiant next to the Bollywood entrepreneur-diva-fitness guru Shilpa Shetty Kundra.
The sum total of the week was a tribute to the different shades and roles of womanhood. The city saw it in varied hues, moods and events.
(The writer runs her own
organic cafe, spa, salon Meghavi and is a people’s person with a pulse on the city’s happenings)