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The birthday celebration of Viveck Shettyy at A La Mode banquets was a grand affair with people from all walks of life joining the celebrations. Amongst the early birds was Congress MLA Ashok Bhau Jadhav.
Shibani Kashyap crooned on stage with the live band. Alex O Neil and Shama Sikander were a cosy twosome right through the evening. Kishori Shahane was accompanied by her son. Kaanchan Adhikari was engaged in and extended discussion with Leena Mogre.
Mamta Raja was also in high spirits. Viveck Shettyy also sang ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ and ‘Woh Lamhe’ much to the delight of his friends. International Yatching Champion Faroque Tarapore was accompanied by his wife Anaita. Loksabha MP Sanjay Dina Patil came straight from Delhi and joined the celebrations despite his schedule.
Ram Kadam, honorable MLA was all praise for Viveck Shettyy’s melodious singing and kept requesting for more numbers including ‘Kabhi Kabhi mere dil main khayal aata hai’. Music Director Shravan was thoroughly enjoying himself at this birthday bash and so was Mukesh Rishi. Dr. Ajeenkya Patil, Chairman, D. Y
. Patil Group also made his presence felt. Sofia Hayat looked stunning in a blue outfit. Shraddha Sharma was in high spirits.
Rani Poddar was accompanied by her husband. Siddarth Kannan and Manmeet Gulzar also came in to wish the birthday boy. Actors Seema Pandey and Rakesh Paul were also spotted. Dr. Hrishikesh Pai waxed eloquent about his association with Viveck Shettyy which spanned well over a decade.
Brinda Parekh took to the dance floor with Ajay Kamath and were in a romantic mood right through the evening. Gary Richardson and Joy Sengupta were also spotted at this bash. The partying, singing and dancing continued till the wee hours.