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A nip in the air and a severe cash crunch did not dampen the spirit of Hyderabadi partyhoppers. In fact, this week saw a decent turnout at high-fashion dos for causes and belated Halloween bashes. The townsfolk joined their hands for the new disc jockey in town – Kiran Dembla. When this well-known celebrity fitness trainer debuted as a DJ under the stage-name KD Belle, none other than actress Tamannaah made an appearance. Is there anything Dembla can’t do?

The ladies from Femmis Club organised a fashion show titled, Let’s Walk For the Hope. The glitterati of the social circuit were spotted hobnobbing with the T’Towners like Ritu Verma and Sanjjanaa. They also sashayed on the ramp to raise funds for the organisation for their new foundation Ek Umeed.

Meanwhile, a few other socialites brought their spooky side out by dressing up for the Halloween bash put together by the members of Phankaar Ladies Club at the nightclub, Pirate Brew. Hosted by Sushila Bokadiya, the do had a gamut of competitions like the scariest make-up, best costume, scariest selfie, etc. Another city-based club, Bond With Best, organised a cookery competition at A’la Liberty, spearheaded by former Masterchef contestant Puneet Mehta. The participants took notes of the tips he gave.

The week ended on a heartwarming note as Vibhuti Jain, founder of Touch a Life Foundation, celebrated Children’s Day with underprivileged kids, making them smile  with music, games and cake  cutting.

Rina Hindocha

(The writer is a yoga exponent and co- founder of Touch a Life Foundation. She loves connecting with people.)


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