Valentine’s Day at Atlanta Events Hall: cold outside, fun inside
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After a sold out New Year's party for 500 people, the Atlanta Events Hall in Duluth held another glorious party, for Valentine’s Day on Friday, February 14, 2014. The entire hall was clad in red with heart accents spread in every nook and corner. Guests who came in dressed in red and black formals—in spite of the inclement weather conditions prevailing over the Atlanta area—enhanced the ambience.
|A fresh singing talent, Ms. Anamika Das, flew from Kolkata for this one show.||Food included vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and specially ordered Jain food.|
A mouth-watering dinner was served around 9pm, catered by a couple of popular restaurants. Food included vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and specially ordered Jain food. The alcohol bar added a special touch by serving a wide range of whiskys, vodkas, and beers, the Indian brands of Taj Mahal and Kingfisher being the main attractions. The dine-and-wine was synchronized with dance numbers by DJ Ameet. Atlanta Events Hall was proud to introduce a fresh singing talent, Ms. Anamika Das, who flew from Kolkata for this one show; her mix of old and new Bollywood songs mesmerized the crowds. She was ably supported by Rakesh Banerjee of New York.
Mr. Malik Mehraj’s Hyderabadi comedy bits made the guests burst out in laughter. The best attention-getters were the belly dancing troupe: these young ladies motivated all the guests to the dance floor to make their evening a memorable one. Kids were not left behind, for well organized activities kept them busy along with the face painting.
All the guests were invited for their family portraits, courtesy of Shehnai Arts Studio. Photography coverage was on the strong shoulders of Bytegraph Productions.
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