Is the Big B in a rose syrup?
Dhoom, Sathiya, Boom. The creative juices are flowing at the Health Juice Centre at the King?s Cirle Garden.india Updated: Apr 03, 2006 02:11 IST
Dhoom, Sathiya, Boom. The creative juices are flowing at the Health Juice Centre at the King’s Cirle Garden. It is one of the many outlets in the area, but for the names of the juices, which are inspired by Bollywood films. “You will get many fruit juices and milkshakes across the city but our speciality is the amazingly different combinations coupled with the wacky names,” says Sunil Dongre who with brother Vilas started the outlet about 10 years ago.
The outlet, bustling with kids, youngsters and adults from 10 am to am, uses Bollywood to make a interesting sip. While it has been around for ten years, the idea of naming juices after blockbusters came to the brothers around two years ago. For instance, when Dongre was looking for a name for his new drink, Dhoom was showing in theatres.
The sweet lime and lemon speciality, combined with rose syrup, is named after the famous Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and John Abrahim-starrer. Many swear is the best on the menu. Another current favourite among customers, though, is the box-office-dud Boom, a combination of sweet lime, lemon and poppy seeds (commonly known as khas-khas).
To add to the chart toppers is named after the romantic film Saathiya and made of raw mango, strawberry and green grapes. Apparently, this is not a verdict on the stars. “We are not using any ingredients keeping in mind the personality of the star or the film,” says Dongre. The purpose is just to pay tribute to the latest hit movie.
First Published: Apr 03, 2006 02:11 IST