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Kanika Kapoor spreads Bollywood vibes in London

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Singer Kanika Kapoor provided a flavour of with a whiff of Indian aroma by hosting a dinner for delegates of luxury Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana.

Kanika, along with Tikka Shatrujit Singh, the royal scion of Kapurthala's Ahluwalia dynasty and British socialite Silvia Bruttini hosted the dinner on Wednesday at Old Bond Street here.

The singer, who has given hits like "Baby doll", "Chittiya kalaiya ve" and "Nachan farrate", played some Hindi music at the party.

"Italian and Indian people as well as their culture is very similar. Everyone loved the jalebis (traditional sweet) and Indian food at the party," Kanika said in a statement.

Last month, Kanika was spotted sitting in the front row of ace fashion designer Roberto Cavallis show at the Milan Fashion Week.

--IANS

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Kanika Kapoor spreads Bollywood vibes in London

Singer Kanika Kapoor provided a flavour of Bollywood with a whiff of Indian aroma by hosting a dinner for delegates of luxury Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana.

Singer Kanika Kapoor provided a flavour of with a whiff of Indian aroma by hosting a dinner for delegates of luxury Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana.

Kanika, along with Tikka Shatrujit Singh, the royal scion of Kapurthala's Ahluwalia dynasty and British socialite Silvia Bruttini hosted the dinner on Wednesday at Old Bond Street here.

The singer, who has given hits like "Baby doll", "Chittiya kalaiya ve" and "Nachan farrate", played some Hindi music at the party.

"Italian and Indian people as well as their culture is very similar. Everyone loved the jalebis (traditional sweet) and Indian food at the party," Kanika said in a statement.

Last month, Kanika was spotted sitting in the front row of ace fashion designer Roberto Cavallis show at the Milan Fashion Week.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kanika Kapoor spreads Bollywood vibes in London

Singer Kanika Kapoor provided a flavour of with a whiff of Indian aroma by hosting a dinner for delegates of luxury Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana.

Kanika, along with Tikka Shatrujit Singh, the royal scion of Kapurthala's Ahluwalia dynasty and British socialite Silvia Bruttini hosted the dinner on Wednesday at Old Bond Street here.

The singer, who has given hits like "Baby doll", "Chittiya kalaiya ve" and "Nachan farrate", played some Hindi music at the party.

"Italian and Indian people as well as their culture is very similar. Everyone loved the jalebis (traditional sweet) and Indian food at the party," Kanika said in a statement.

Last month, Kanika was spotted sitting in the front row of ace fashion designer Roberto Cavallis show at the Milan Fashion Week.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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