‘Aloo Chaat’ Premieres in Metro

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Mumbai, Mar 28: The premiere of ‘Aloo Chaat’, produced by Anuj Saxena's Maverick Production’s Private Ltd in association with Mirchi Movies and Red Ice Films, directed by Robby Grewal, was held on Thursday March 26 at PVR Cinemas in Juhu.  

It was a resounding success. Lead pair Aftab Shivdasani and Aamna Shariff were decked in western wear—Aftab in a suit and Aamna, in a gown. The two Anujs of the entertainment industry were present—co-host Anuj Saxena and actor Anuj Sawhney.

Saxena’s friends from the television industry—Apoorva and Shilpa Agnihotri, Dipsshikha, Sai and Shakti Deodhar, Indraneil Sengupta, Barkha Bisht, and Jaya Mathur—were present to congratulate him as were Anjala Zaveri and Linda Arsenio, actor Sushant Singh, music director Bappi Lahiri, director producer Jag Mundhra, and Musammil Ibrahim among others.

It was surprising to see Bhavna Balsaver accompanied by her husband instead of her mother Shubha Khote as the mother-daughter duo are always seen together!

Bunts’ Sangh women’s wing member and Lioness Club member Mala Shetty along with Bunts’ youth wing president Gautam Shetty and secretary Reshma Shetty were also present at the event.

Dr Anuj Saxena had crowned Miss Bunt 2008 and also had been a donor of gift hampers for the event. 


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