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WLIFW Spring/Summer 2013 – Day 1

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on October 7, 2012

Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week started off yesterday in New Delhi and IFP is looking forward to see the leading designers of our country showcase their finest works. IFP reviews the first day of this event and picks out it’s favourite for the day.

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Anand Kabra

Designer Anand Kabra presented his Spring/Summer 2013 collection which had muted colours unlike his earlier works. The collection was a mix of western & Indian wear………though not very fond of the few pieces from his western wear outfits, but love the flowing lehenga skirts paired with cutwork detailing cholis. The light fabrics are perfect for the summer season but what I really liked was it was effortlessly stylish. If you plan to go on a resort wedding, then do take a sneak peek at Anand’s latest offering.

North-East show by Atsu Sekhose

As time passes by I have realised that designer Atsu Sekhose is a talent powerhouse and this collection confirmed my thoughts yet again. The Ministry of Textile along with designer Atsu presented this colourful soiree titled ‘The North-East Show’. Atsu who himself belongs to the ‘North-Eastern’ part of India, had created beautiful pieces from Assamese silk & cotton to form jackets, tops, pants, skirts and dresses. Why we liked the collection?………….such a work to be created out of hand-woven fabrics is amazing. I have seen Indian-wear created out of handloom fabrics……but this collection defied all odds.

Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna

Glitter here and there did catch my eye in Rohit Gandhi-Rahul Khanna’s latest collection. The flowy fabrics had loads of detailing on the bodice & shoulder part. The collection had evening wear outfits like cocktail dresses, skirts, trousers and jackets. The styling of the models was 1950’s, colours in pastels & sherbet orange with black, grey & golden sequin details. IFP is sure that these outfits will surely make their way in the wardrobes of celebrities and on the red carpet. This was ‘Art’ combined with the element of ‘Glamour’.


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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Grand Finale

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on February 20, 2012

New Collection, new designs that have been inspired by every walk of life. The Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week ended with a Grand Finale by designer JJ Valaya who simply mesmerizes with his work everytime it is presented on the runway. This time around there was an array of colors in the Valaya ‘Azrak’ collection that ranged from whites to golds to dark blues. The western outfits were done in lighter hues where as Indian wear had richer colors. The beautiful ‘Alika’ jackets which are my favorite, were teamed with sarees. JJ Valaya had Celebrities like Navin Ansal and designers like Suneet Varma, Rohit Bal take the ramp in his menswear collection. Bandhgalas, Jacket and Jodhpuris were designed in velvet, cotton, wool and gabardine with touch of monochromatic prints. Valaya never falls short of making a person feel like royalty which is how each of the celebs walking down the runway looked like. The collection was inspired by the ‘Ottoman’ era of Turkey and jewels were very ethnic India. Here is a look at JJ Valaya’s latest designs which is sure to sweep you off your feet.

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Actress Kangana Ranaut graced the Grand Finale as show-stopper for designer JJ Valaya in a maroon velvet ‘Alika’ jacket looking every bit like royalty.


Imagine combining khaki and pink colors to create a new outfit………..sounds tricky but that is what designer Rehane did for her latest collection. Silk, lace, cotton were used in khakhi color with pink detail work in a collection of tunics, short dresses, skirts, pants, top & jackets. IFP likes this collection for it’s simplicity and elegance, definitely better than Rehane’s previous collection showcased last year.

‘Mynah’ by Reynu Taandon

Designer Reynu Taandon surprised the audience with actor Govinda & his daughter Narmada walking in as show-stopper for her. This is the very first time Govinda is seen on the ramp but what made it special was the fact that he was accompanied by his daughter. Father-Duo looked good in Reynu’s creation. The collection mostly had black as the base with metallic colors & details used for the glam effect. Chiffons, cotton lycra, georgettes, leather were used in creating the outfits and the collection  was alot like ‘jungle meets the city’ since the tribal motifs, the stripes, cut-out leather spots were seen in many outfits. IFP does like the collection for it’s red carpet appeal.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Day 4

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on February 19, 2012

At WLIFW I am thrilled to see Indian wear especially for the festive season in such a vast range. The colors are alluring, the detail work is jaw dropping and the silhouette is like a dream. IFP gets your thru the most liked collection of Day 4.

Rocky S

Designer Rocky S envieled his latest festive collection ‘Vilasa’ which had saree, lehengas & sherwani. Beautiful brocade was combined with lace, net and velvet with touches of mirror work. The fit, the color and the style had a graceful Indian feel to it. The collection of Sarees & Lehenga do get a thumbs up from IFP………….it would be worth having in every young bride’s trousseau. Actors Bipasha Basu & R. Madhavan graced the runway as show stopper for Rocky S.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Day 3

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on February 18, 2012

I am getting to see many vibrant colors in many designer collection which is a nice change from the dull Fall colors which one usually gets to see in ‘Autumn/Winter’ outfits. Here is a look at the highlight of Day 3 at WLIFW. Manish Malhotra was one of the leading designers for Day 3. The Anarkali style were temamed with pants instead of churidhar time time around. Lighter shades were combined with darker hues which looked wonderful especially when pastels were paired with brighter shades like hot pinks. Here is your exclusive look at the collection:

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Day 2

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on February 17, 2012

Day 2 of WLIFW saw actress Chitrangada Singh walk for designer Kanika Saluja Chaudhary & Anushka Manchanda for designer Raakesh Agarvwal. Here is your look at the pics from Day 2.

Our designer pick for Day 2 are……..

Nachiket Barve

Designer Nachiket Barve’s colorful collection was one of our picks for Day 2 at WLIFW. The tie & dye sarees combined with prints looked alluring and the vivid colors used made the outfit look ‘oh-so-fashionable’. We like it for it’s wearability and style quotient.

Dhruv & Pallavi

Designers Pallavi & Dhruv had showcased a very impressive collection that included western as well as Indianwear. They had layers in form of frills in Anarkali style with chudidhar which was relatively a new design in itself. There were voluminous sleeves in different shapes like bell and puffed style. Elaborate detail work on satins and chiffon with enough bling completed the look of this collection. IFP likes this collection for the jewel tones and the fit of their creations.

Tarun Tahiliani


I am in love with the color ‘Burgundy’…………..designer Tarun Tahiliani made this color the focus of his new collection which had a range of pants, sarees, Anarkali, bolero jackets, bags & belts. Tarun used fabrics like velvet, satin and chiffon for this collection. What struck me the most was the collection revolved around shades of ‘Burgundy’ which is perfect for Fall/Winter season. Plus the regal touch of Tarun made it a dreamy collection. IFP is sure to see this collection on the red carpet.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Day 1

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on February 16, 2012

Sneak Peek at the first day of WLIFW where actress Dia Mirza & Sameera Reddy walked the runway as show stopper for designers Shantanu-Nikhil. The collection had bold colors will alot of metallic elements. Drapes took centre stage in this collection while shimmer added that much needed bling for the glam quotient.

A glimpse into Shantanu-Nikhil’s Fall 2012 Collection


Designers whose Collection we loved at WLIFW 2012

Anand Kabra

Designer Anand Kabra incorporated more detail work in this recent collection which is perfect for the wedding season. The collection was a mix of western as well as Indian wear consisting of skirts, sarees, gowns, lehengas and much more. Silks, chiffon, velvet were used to create designs in cool colors like blue & green. IFP loved this collection for the colors & the detail work & we definitely do recommend ‘Anand Kabra’ creation in your next season ‘must-have’.

James Ferreira

Designer James Ferreira definitely knows how to make a woman look good in western attire. I was enthralled to see so much of bright colors in this collection since many designers have just been limiting to black, greys & whites for western wear. James put in alot of prints and concentrated more on drapes than on detail work. IFP is absolutely impressed by this collection and would love to see celebs wear it on red carpet events.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week A/W 2011- Day 1

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on April 7, 2011

And another one bites the dust, the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 started in Delhi yesterday in full swing. I am so looking forward to see the creations of the best designers from our country. But this time around I will only be displaying the creation of designers whose collection is worth a look and wearable. Here’s your sneak peek at what you have in store……….

Tarun Tahiliani

The Czar is back with his new collection but only this time it was a unique blend of South-east Asia with India. The styling with the hats was very Vietnamese since such type of hat is usually used by the farmers in Vietnam & China……………the hair tied in a pony with the long earrings was very Chinese inspired. Overall the styling part was superb, the collection had distinctively 2 sections i.e. one with bright colours like reds, orange, maroons, golden and cream while the other had midnight blues and black. I love, love, love the jackets showcased in this collection paired with saree and anarkalis. The sari designs however reminded me a bit of his last year’s Fall collection. The detail work on velvet was commendable…………something not seen in the fashion weeks till now.  Though I do confess that I am not a fan of the sheer fabric creation in black with detail works as seen in this collection. My verdict :  Beautiful wearable outfits which would stand out of the crowd………….the jackets, the vibrant colours are a must have this winter season……………….but expect to see much more from Mr. Tahiliani.
















Colours, colours…………….ohhh glorious colours, but wait I am confused if this collection of Rehane is a summer wear or for winter???? The bright pinks, orange, purple, blues and greens are fit for the upcoming summer season. Rehane’s signature dresses definitely worth a look with crochet detail work……..very wearable, cute and pretty. Though I did find this range more suitable for women of a younger age group. I wish, Rehane would have made a collection for women of all ages…………..Loved the 1950s styling which was playfully feminine. My verdict : Love the colours, love the designs which were a beautiful blend of east & west…………would love to see a more elaborate collection from Rehane for women of all ages in the future.














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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2010 – Day 6

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on March 30, 2010

Day 1 events were finally re-scheduled to Day 6. Thankfully the audience were not left disappoint after the initial hiccup. I was very much looking forward to this day since the most experienced designers were showcasing their work. All is well that ends well…………….

Ranna Gill

I was very excited to see Ranna Gill’s collection since the lady makes quite stylish clothes with striking colours. After having a look I was not disappointed but not very happy either. Maybe I got a bit used to seeing her earlier designs of geometric designs with alluring effects. I found this one rather too simple in fact unadorned since the clothes were made in solid colours, tassels, bag & jewellery were used as accessories for the same. One shoulder dresses, halter necks, pants, jackets, skirts, tops all of them were wearable which is plus side of Ranna’s creations. The colours were fabulous though this time around I was not that impressed with the prints since found them rather very dull. What this collection lacked was freshness……………..winter does not mean just dark dull colours. Some sequin work would have given that added novelty to the clothes. Minisha Lamba looked cute and pretty in Ranna Gill ensemble. Nonetheless will always be in high spirits to see more of Ranna’s creations in future.










Ritu Beri

Ritu Beri’s collection was a Tribute to the Indian Army which reflected very well in her clothes. Army inspired jackets, camouflage print, high waist skirts and pants, broad belts, tartan checks, golden military type detailing were the key designs of the collection. The collection was demure, bold,had a feeling of royalty to it. The clothes were also wearable and fit for the Autumn/Winter season. My pick in this creation were the colours which had fiery red, aquamarine blue, navy blue, olive green, matt golden, midnight black and pure whitehues shades were used in fabrics like satin, velvet, net and many more. As per the theme the clothes fit well, after a long time I must say Ritu Beri’s collection was eye-catching and made a statement. My verdict: clothes were stylish and would make a modern woman very very fashionable. Ritu Beri walked in as show-stopper in the end since due to the cancellation of Day 1 of the show the original choice for show-stopper Sushmita Sen could not make it due to prior commitments. Nonetheless Ritu Beri herself looked graceful on the ramp since I do feel even at this age she is as pretty as any model in India.Kuddos to Ritu Beri for putting her heart out for the Indian Army.










J J Valaya

JJ Valaya’s Autumn Winter collection unfortunately had nothing ‘new’ to it since there was a lot to expect from him since his is one of the pioneers of the Indian Fashion Industry. I did like the fact that there was the colour ‘red’ included in this collection but the placement of a belted pocket on a saree was a style which I could not digest. Why would any woman want to wear a hideous pocket belt over an elegant saree. Was this a new fashion statement JJ Valaya wanted to make or just a mess up with the stylist did?? I might not know that but it was unlike JJ Valaya’s signature touch which I have seen  in his earlier collections. Nonetheless the jackets were stunning with brocade background and detail work on the shoulder part. The collection started off with creations in black colour proceeding white on to red and cream then ending with metallic hues. My verdict: If the pieces are worn separately off the ramp the look would be much more elegant. The styling of this show was not upto the JJ Valaya benchmark.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2010 – Day 5

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on March 30, 2010

Anupama Dayal

Anupama Dayal’s colourful collection had a blend of Indian style with western designs but unfortunately I found too much of mix was there in every outfit. I was difficult for me to emphasize on one thing in an outfit. The mix of colourful prints with a lot of different coloured detailing like mirror work plus sequin work made it too much for an individual garment. I felt as if the designer was trying to put everything in one outfit which ultimately resulted in too much of hotchpotch. Take for example a bubble sleeves in a kurti marred the look of delicate mirror work and geometric prints on a beautiful peach colour kurti or a printed colourful halter dress with mirror work on the waist but draped with a grey colour printed shirt with a red & white check bow. It would have been much more preferable if Anupama would have concentrated on one feature only in every outfit. Liked the colours but this collection seemed more fit for summer than winter.










 Rabani & Rakha

Now here is a glamorous collection from the designer trio Rahul & Shibani Rastogi with Gautam Rakha . The clothes were fit for red carpet events as they had a lot of ‘Bling’ factor to it. I liked the saree which were done keeping in mind the western fashion with bold designs in blouse using colours like grey, blue, peach. Net seemed to have been used the most amongst all other fabric in this collection with a lot of detail work on the shoulders, waist line, the hemlines of the sarees. I lovveedd the saree creations though still felt the evening gown could have been modified more avoid too much of silver fabric and keeping it simple with a bit of detailing only. My verdict : Sarees get two thumbs up from me for their glamour quotient……… to see more from this trio.










Khushali Kumar

Women who love to flaunt their bodies would find a treasure in Khushali Kumar’s collection ‘Reve’ which had amazing short dresses but I am yet to be convinced for her Evening gown collection which I felt were too plain. Her short dresses were very contemporary with use of loads of silver in detailing as well as fabric. One can easily wear these outfits in the international events since the clothes have oodles of style and appeal to it. My say on Khushali’s collection : Loovveedd the short dresses but the gowns need more ‘Bling’ to it.


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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2010 – Day 4

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on March 29, 2010

Debarun Mukherjee

I had seen Debarun’s collection during Lakme Fashion Week summer/Resort 2010 [You can read my reviews in the Lakme Fashion week section] and was impressed by the colourful summer wear clothes. Looking at this collection I have to say that Debarun’s collection is a complete package for clothes all around the year. I loved the black & white with subtle touch of grey and silver in the Autumn/Winter creation………… my words the clothes were magnificient. Debarun’s strongest selling point or USP is that all the outfits that he has created are extremely wearable for women of all ages which will definitely take his a long way. The women’s Autumn/Winter wear is very feminine and has a regal look which had dresses both long and short, jackets, lehenga-choli, evening gown, saree where as the men’s line is equally elegant. Loveedd the bubble , kimono & bell sleeves, the frill trimming on the hemlines, the exaggerated shoulder design, the delicate detail work which looks one with the fabric…………I only wish Debarun would have included some shades of purple or maroon in his collection. Nonetheless the styling was kept simple yet fabulous. My say on Debarun’s collection : Great work, in synch with the theme of the season…………..Hope to see more creative work from Debarun in future Red Carpet and Fashion weeks.









Charu Parashar

Char Parashar’s collection ‘Utpala’ which is an eco-friendly range of clothes is a collaboration with Birla Cellulose. The designs were definitely ‘innovative’ with exaggerated shoulders, geometrical designs, eye-catching cuffs, a lot of metal elements used in this futuristic designs. But I somehow think one or two piece might not be considered wearable. Colours like grey, black, blue, yellow were the highlight in the geometric background in skirts, short dresses, long dresses and tops. I would say some outfits had a Jackyl and Hyde kinda look where in one part it was colourful and in another it was grey with black. She has used shimmer in a very softer way and had styled the outfits in a creative ways with knight’s armor. On the whole like the prints which were very creative and the ‘thought’ in being Eco-friendly gets two thumbs up from me. Good work Charu.









Reynu Tandon

The black and white  with hint of colour creations of Reynu Tandon was admirable  and very classy. Trousers, shirts, short dresses, sarees were in the collection. The very fashionable clothes had patterns of checks, halter neck, boat neck, colourful stone work, etc. which were styled well with pulled back hair plus stilettos. Totally fashionable yet very wearable. My verdict on Reynu Tandon’s designer wear is Amazing work with these well fitted garments. No wonder her outfits are also doing well overseas.










Abraham & Thakore

The designer duo’s collection gave a very 1940s look with all black and white, Indian Ideas meeting the English culture sort………….but the clothes were wearable which it was definitely within the criteria and yet modern with the accessories like laptop bags and belts used to style. But I could not find a beauty and feminism in their collection. It was too raw with an out there expression……………..of course very simple clothes which looked dated that looking modern. There should have been a bit of shimmer since the fabrics used like satin, chiffon, velvet, crepe were rich enough but lacked a ‘look at me again’ factor. The prints were also out of Indian story books ……….which I just don’t get it. Even if the collection was all black and white, a pop of colour would have helped a lot. My verdict : I did not find this collection very creative…………..I hope to see more colour plus gorgeous feminine designs.

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2010 – Day 2

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on March 26, 2010

Day 2 started off on time unlike the previous day……………you truly never know when the Indian officials might show up with some problem w.r.t paper work……………In my opinion the show should have not been stopped and the problem should have been dealt behind the scenes or the officials should have warned them before hand about the fire permit problem………….It is waste of time and huge money.

Day 2 was more on a colourful with Established Designer going back to Indian roots.

Tarun Tahiliani

Tarun Tahiliani or ‘Emperor of Indian Fashion Industry’ as I would call him, presented his recent collection in Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week – Autumn/Winter 2010. Loved the way he had accessorize the models with bags, jewellery and wooden bangles. The colours were dark with the season of Autumn/Winter kept in mind. The collection was different from the usual glamorous ‘Tarun Tahiliani’ collections which were displayed in earlier fashion weeks. The colours were darker, designs were bolder, more of Indian prints & motifs dominated the scene, shells used on the border of the silhouette, prints merged with embroidery and stone work. Lovvveeeeddd the prints but was a bit skeptical about the few pieces in the collection since they were not wearable and not appealing to the eye. In short they kinda did not have the Tarun Tahiliani touch. Nonetheless lovvveeedddd this collection for the beautiful prints in rich colours. This time around Tarun has gone deep into Indian craft for this creation. I always look forward to see the new collection of Tarun Tahiliani and fortunately I have never been disappointed. He always has something  ‘Exceptional’ to offer every season. My verdict: This collection will do a roaring business.












Ashima & Leena

Ashima & Leena presented a very bright coloured Indian Wear collection which somehow reminded me of the song ‘Rang de Basanti’………………………….Oh I simply loved the bright orange, yellows, reds combined with cooler colours like blue & green with a hint of black. They had both Indian attire as well as Western wear in their collection. The flowy fabrics looked like a dream on the ramp with the layering effect given by this designer duo. The intricate detailing and minute sequin work made the outfits look fit for Gala occasions. They had dresses, skirts, trousers, coat, saree, salwar kameez, etc. for women of all ages. The best part about this collection is that each and every outfit was wearable off the ramp also. Indian taste reflected in the colours and prints of this collection.

My Say for this collection :  I am all for the bright colours in Indian Wear. Great work!!









Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar’s western wear brand name ‘Label’ which is the brainchild of her son Amrish Kumar, presented the collection which was more of a fusion of casual and formal attire. The metallic colours dominated the scene with designs in skirts, trousers, short dresses, jackets and many more. The collection was for the young smart women but somehow I missed the Regal touch which I usually see in Ritu Kumar’s Indian Ensemble. The collection was kept too simple with more emphasis only on cut and not on look of the outfit. Detailing was kept to the bare minimum but that is what is the key signature look of Ritu Kumar. I don’t mind wearing western wear with a bit of detailing as long as it looks elegant and not trashy. Ritu’s clothes no matter how old they might be still look amazing with detailing and can never go out of fashion. Hope to see more of an ‘Oscar De La Renta’ look in Ritu and Amrish Kumar’s  Western wear ‘Label’ collection line in the future.













Aastha Bahl


I could literally see all the colours ever invented on the runway for Aastha Bahl’s Collection which was inspired by the lifestyle of a Roman Nomad. Bizarre designs……………..yes most certainly, beautiful colour fusion………………….very much, alluring fabric layering style……………….thumbs up to that but were they wearable……………..only few were in the wearable category. The clothes were not styled beautifully since I believe a dash of ‘Bling’ in form of accessories would have done the job better. This collection looked as if bits & pieces of cloth taken from here there and stitched together to make an outfit. No  doubt I loved the rich colours for the winter look but somehow the designs left me speechless. My Advice to Aastha would be to keep on creating the fusion of rich colours but have more elaborate designs and better styling.











Anky by Ankita & Anjana Bhargav


Now here is a collection that oozes loads of Power and Attitude for the modern Indian Woman. Ankita and Anjana have presented their recent collection ‘Anky 2011’ which I can be describe as Menswear for Women. The emphasis was on the fit while the colours were kept more towards earthy tones. Exaggerated shoulders, cowl neckline, crochet knits, asymmetrical patterns, loads of buttons, large pockets, high waisted trousers were the highlight of this collection. Models walked down the ramp flaunting browns, olive greens, beige, black in designs like skirts, pants, short dresses, party wear, coats. There was a touch of masculinity in every outfit but the clothes when worn on the runway looked very feminine. My verdict : Very stylish and wearable ensemble. I would love to see more from this designer duo.










Pallavi Mohan

Pallavi’s collection ‘Not so serious’ reminded me more of the recent hollywood flick  ‘Alice in wonderland’. May be it was the way the entire show was styled with hats, head pieces, stockings, gloves, satin flower broach……………….all ‘oh-so-dreamy’. Clothes were simple and contemporary……………….but the designs of the clothes were something that we have seen earlier on the runway but somehow I liked her collection since few aspects like a short jacket on a dress with beautiful curled hemlines or the dreamy white lace dress combined with striped red & white stockings………..the wearable collection was very boho-chic as one would call yet very, very feminine. I do look forward to see more western creations from Ms. Mohan in future fashion weeks.










P.S: Will only be able to comment on other designer’s creation once I view the entire collection. 

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Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2010 – Day 1

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on March 26, 2010

Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week – Autumn/Winter 2010 had a shaky start when the event did not begin on the declared date 24th March, 2010 due to fire permit problems. All the shows on Day 1 were cancelled. the schedule of what would have been a Spectacular ‘Opening Day’ is given below. Re-scheduling of these shows is still in the works.


Day 1, Wednesday, March 24, 2010

 12 noon          Littleshilpa, Nida Mahmood                                               

1:50 p.m.         Alpana Neeraj, Atsu by Atsu Sekhose                                  

3:10 p.m.         Rahul Mishra, Rahul Reddy                                                 

4:25 p.m.         Monapali, Swapan & Seema                                                           

5:40 p.m.         Satya Paul                                                                              

7:00 p.m.         Ranna Gill                                                                              

8:15 p.m.         Ritu Beri        

9:30 p.m.          J.J.Valaya                                                              


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