The glittering evening at Monkey Bar Vasant Kunj New Delhi, had a few stars come down literally when Bollywood singer, Kanika Kapoor, celebrity stylist Rishi Raj came to launch Tina Sharma Tiwari’s book, “Who Me”. The book launch was followed by an interactive session where Tina and Rishi read out passages from the book; while Kanika spoke about how much she identified with the book. It was a fun evening where guests and the panel had a great session discussion the topic-how much would you change for love?
The venue looked delightful, and fun muchies from Monkey Bar were served along with delectable wines from Turning Point and Birra beer. Tina spent much of the evening autographing the book for fans and guests alike. Gracing the event were Congress spokesperson Brijesh Kalappa, Former Union Minister Jitin Prasada and Uttrakhand Congress Secretary Manish Tiwari. Also seen at the event were Vogatti models, Ritu, Nikita, Meryem among others.
The book by author Tina Sharma Tiwari called Who Me dwells overs the life of Tara who has been dumped at the altar in favour of stunning rich heiress Ayesha. And she is willing to do whatever it takes to win Arun back. Problem is, none of her extreme measures seem to be working. Just when a hopeless Tara is ready to throw in the towel, divine intervention arrives in the form of an invitation to a 10-year reunion of her school batch. Arun will be in attendance minus the rich bitch and Tara knows it will be the perfect setting to steal him right back.
With her best friends Rekha and Shweta egging her on, a transformed Tara arrives at the reunion; beautiful, elegant and confident and manages to do what she never could in school – become the belle of the ball. And the plan seems to be working. But the situation is complicated when high school hearthrob Karan Singh Rathore starts falling for the invented persona while eternal jerk DhruvKaul discovers her farce. Just as the fateful weekend is tantalizingly close to a fairytale ending, things take a turn for the sinister and Tara finds herself battling dangers she never imagined, stumbling onto secrets she never expected and rushing headlong into a direction she had never planned.
Located in the heart of south Delhi’s Vasant Kunj, Monkey Bar, is the Indian avatar of the Gastropub, that puts its own unique spin on the internationally popular concept. It has the essence of a pub and is backed by excellent food and service, at accessible prices. Rethinking pub food with firm Indian roots, and just enough twists and tweaks, is what the menu at Monkey Bar reflects. The menu is not only inclusive, but also caters to the palate of the uninitiated and the gourmand, alike.
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