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One for glamour & glory

A yearly tradition with Hindustan Times, HT Youth Forum 2013 concluded with a starry celebration of excellence. In attendance on Friday night were guests from the entertainment and music industry. HT City brings to you sidelights of the star-studded event…

brunch Updated: Aug 11, 2013 17:25 IST

Chivalry ain’t dead:Ayushmann Khurana, ever the gentleman, went to pick up his wife, author Tahira Kashyap, after the main event. He remained the most sought-after among fans for autographs.

Charming sardars: The eldest in the hall, marathoner Fauja Singh, and young actor Manjot Singh were among the favourites for those seeking pictures to flaunt on Facebook; and, they smilingly obliged.

Band of boys: Actors Manjot Singh, Sahil Anand and Gurpreet Saini really seemed to have struck a chord with each other. They struck together throughout the event like a team, laughing away.

Late, yet stylish: Actor Richa Chadda, precisely 45 minutes late for the event, made up for her absence by interacting with her fans at length after the event, even at the cost of getting late for dinner.

Timeless beauty: Miss India World 2013 Navneet Kaur Dhillon was only too happy getting clicked with hordes of fans. The young student did look nervous at the panel discussion, but made heads turn in her gorgeous peacock blue Punjabi suit.

Touching moment: While others were chasing her, actor Prabhleen Sandhu went up to para-Olympian Amit Saroha and got herself clicked with the wheelchair-bound champ.

Sufi sisters: After the panel discussion, though the audience got busy getting clicked with the front-row panelists, Nooran sisters performed. However, as the performance ended on a high note — with their MTV@Coke Studio number, Allah Hoo — guests queued up for a click with the Sufi sisters.