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Friday, November 7, 2014

High tea with Ficci FlO president

With Neeta Boochra
Nov 7, 2014: Yesterday was hectic as I hosted a get-together over tea in the afternoon at the Taj Chambers for Ms Neeta Boochra, National President, Ficci FLO, who was in Kolkata. 
Ms Boochra is the first woman from Rajasthan to be the National President of Ficci FLO. I have known her since a long time. 
I have been collaborating with Ficci FLO for my events from the tenure of Ms Vinnie Kakkar. 
With Anuradha Lohia
I invited a few guests, Anuradha Lohia, Vice Chancellor, Presidency University, Krishna Bose, Rita Punwani who is the incoming president of Ladies' Study Group (LSG), Madhu Neotia, and other LSG members Abhilasha Sethia, Mallika Verma. Priya Seksaria, who is the Chairperson of Ficci FLO, Calcutta Chapter, was also there. 
Chinese Consul General, Wang Xuefeng, was also there. My family (industrialist-philanthropist) friend Ashok Verma who is based in London and is the Chairman of NRI Foundation and currently on a visit to the city, joined in.
After the tea party I went to the Menoka Cinema Hall for the premiere of Rituparna Sengupta’s new film Pati Parameshwar. The film, a Bengali comedy, is directed by Jayasree Bhattacharyya. 
With Madhu, Neeta and Krishna Bose
After spending half an hour I went to the South City Mall for the premier of Prosenjit Chatterjee’s film Force in which his wife Arpita Chatterjee has also acted with him after a long time. The film, directed by Raja Chanda, is action-packed thriller based on father-son relationship. 
Prosenjit plays the role of Arjun, an encounter specialist police officer, whose is out to eradicate crime and criminals from the society. His son is an autistic patient suffering from neuro-developmental problems. 
From South City, I went to the Quest Mall for the special show of Kaushik Ganguly’s film Khaad. There is no way I could have watched any of the films but as Rituparna, Arpita-Prosenjit and Kaushik are my friends, I decided to watch the films later but went there to wish them the best. 
From Quest Mall again I went back to the South City Mall for a private dinner and by the time I was back it was midnight. 
I am thinking of having a special screening for Pronam members for Prosenjit’s fiolm Force. The coming weekend I also have scores of programmes lined up.
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