Normally we're a lot that has the G 'n R Move To The City as their theme, and
would hardly encourage the opposite. But there are times getting out of town can
be quite appealing. Especially if it is to meet Nature in all her splendor, and
yet partake of all the fun and entertainment that a New Year eve warrants. That's
what the Millennium Bash - 2001 of Pragati Resorts is.
On the outskirts of the city, 35 kilometers from Ameerpet, is this resort that occupies 25 acres, and has a gamut of recreational facilities. A clubhouse with boating facilities, a pool (not that you'll be swimming in the sub 10-degree chill tonite, but just recounting…), a dhaba, a full-fledged nursery and a stage for shows and performances are some of the features that have come up in what is planned as some kind of a township in itself. A natural water creek surrounding it, tree-lined avenues, lush green lawns and paved walkways make a stroll around a refreshing experience, and the pleasant scent of herbs that have been carefully cultivated for therapeutic effect makes the place salubrious, too.
And it is here that an evening of games, music, dance and fireworks is being planned to welcome the new millennium. The popular Punjabi song and dance group of Preet Basant, comprising about 35 artists and led by the singer with the album "Nachdi Tavitaanwali" to his credit, will be the main attraction of the evening that will also have Hindi, English and Telugu songs, and a magic show, a treasure hunt and other popular games to spice up the evening.
There are also prizes - for the best couple (dancing), the best dressed lady, the best dressed kid and for a 'made for each other' couple, apart from a lucky draw on entry. And add to these a bonfire to gather around for warmth and dance to some romantic numbers, a range of delicacies (veg and non-veg) for dinner and fireworks at midnight and it makes it a great way to welcome the new year eve, doesn't it?
Book your tickets online through fullHYD.com for this event, and get them delivered home for free! For further details, please contact Sudhir Moorti at 374-4594 or at 650-1435.