Looks like 2014 is off to a great start. New Yeara��s resolutions are being given a serious twist as social media becomes a big part of the plan. We were given aA� series of instructions: share pictures of things that make you happy, or moments that make you remember a specific day, then leta��s see if we can do it for a 100 days in a row. Seems simple enough… or is it? And I love that the celebrities are getting in on it. In fact Priyanka Chopraa��s personal account shows a bunch of pictures from her recent visit to Chennai. a�?And thata��s how you bring it in! Thank you Chennai, you were amazing!a�? is what accompanied backstage peeks and a couple of super dramatic close ups, from her own perspective. Thankfully, we have better pictures for you.
The actor was here to ring in the New Year at the Park Hyatt. Helping the a�?desi girla�� along, was master of percussion, Sivamani, who kept saying how excited he was to be back in namma Chennai. The performance was short but power-packed, showcasing a stunning Priyanka, dancing to all of her biggest hits. And youa��ve got to love the fact that Miss a�?Piggy Chopsa�� stayed on for pictures with her adoring fans. Her departure from the city was also marked with a quick selfie, promising us shea��ll be back soon.
Also keeping us busy this week was the Chennai Open, with the finals on Sunday seeing Stanislas Wawrinka emerge the winner. During the week, players kept themselves busy, and us entertained, with a series of activitiesa��from cooking to playing tennis with the kids.
Rohan Bopanna and Aisam Qureshi, popularly known as the Indo-Pak Express, participated in a cook-off at Focaccia. Chef Gopi, one of the judges, didna��t seem too worried, and both players looked like they could handle it. The challenge was simplea��pizza and a salad. The boys chose mostly unconventional ingredients and Bopannaa��s aubergine pizza earned him the title of a�?baingan Bopannaa��. Post the hard work, the dishes were presented and both declared delicious by the judges. In the kitchen, it appears ita��s a win-win for all.
A�- Paloma Rao (firstname.lastname@example.org)