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City’s crème de la crème to be part of BK Modi's five-floor theme party. Read on to know more.

india Updated: Dec 12, 2010 16:23 IST
Collin Rodrigues
Collin Rodrigues
Hindustan Times

BK Modi, chairman of Spice Group, is set to host one of the biggest Bollywood parties ever to celebrate his return to India after two decades of staying abroad. The party coincides with his foray into film production with Anil Kapoor's No Problem. The 300-odd guests at the party will include luminaries from the corporate, film and political worlds.

The bash will be held at Modi's five-floor, sea-facing Juhu bungalow. Guests would be free to pick the floor of their choice. Guests will be ushered in on the red carpet with a saxophonist playing at the door. Level one will consist of the Moet and Chandon Lounge. The decor will mostly be in light pink, gold and white hues. A sculpture of champagne glasses would be placed at the centre. This level will only serve champagne and starters. Level two will house the Swarovski Glitterati Bar. Here guests can relish a smorgasbord of appetizers and cocktails from a bar made entirely of Swarovski crystals.

The third floor will host the Fashion Lounge, modelled on the Roberto Cavalli lounge bar. The decor will incorporate elements of animal prints, lace and pearls. A runaway show is on the cards. The main dance floor of the party is located on this floor. Level four will offer alcohol, appetisers and main course delicacies from all across the globe in a setting with pictures, backdrops and even music from across the world. The fifth floor titled Mumbai Madness will reflect the sights, scenes and smells of the city. An audiovisual presentation will highlight the city's transformation over the past 15 years.

Guests supposed to be present at the event include the Bachchans, Roshans, Aamir Khan, Preity Zinta, John Abraham, among others. Modi says, "No Problem marks my debut as a Bollywood producer and my party is to celebrate the start of this brand new innings."

First Published: Dec 12, 2010 14:49 IST