Bollywood at the second F1 after-party
Unlike day one, the second day of F1 after-party saw a number of Bollywood celebrities.
Greater Noida: Unlike day one, the second day of F1 after-party hosted by actor Arjun Rampal saw a number of Bollywood celebrities making their presence felt.
Preity Zinta, Fardeen Khan, Sudhir Mishra and Nikhil Advani were among the guests, who flew down to the capital to add zeal to the party. Southern superstar Venkatesh was also present.
While Preity, Fardeen and Nikhil chose to go for all-black look, Sudhir stuck to his signature style with jeans and a jacket.
Suzanne Roshan was spotted on the second day as well, however, after going green on the previous day, she chose for an all-black outfit this time.
Nikhil, completely soaked in the F1 spirit, said he is eagerly looking forward for the performance of international pop icon Lady Gaga.
"I am really looking forward to the performance of Lady Gaga. I am sure it will be a rocking show," said Nikhil, who has made films like "Kal Ho Naa Ho" and "Patiala House".
While filmmaker Sudhir was all excited about F1, he seemed disinterested when asked about Gaga's performance.
"I like the rush of the game, I like the sport a lot. Although I didn't see the qualifiers today but before coming here I visited the track, it is amazing and I have heard that it's the fastest track ever made," said Sudhir, who calls himself a fan of F1 champ and Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel.
"I am not a big fan of Gaga, so I can't really say much what the performance would be like," he added.
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