TV anchor Manish Paul was in the City to promote his debut film. Manish spread the joy virus by interacting with his fans and even sold them tickets for his film.
Putting the Course
One of the world’s legendary golfers and a most successful name in the sport, Gary Player, was in the City for the launch of DLF’s 9 hole Gary Player Championship Course. The Gary Player Design is renowned for its select and ecological approach to design. Speaking on the occasion, Aakash Ohri, Executive Director, Business Development, DLF, said, “The popularity of the game in India is increasing by leaps and bounds. India has tremendous potential for golf, and moving forward we intend to further boost the Indian golf industry by providing them with world-class golfing infrastructure.”
Pullman Gurgaon Central Park celebrated the Oktoberfest with a DJ, a live Band, comprising Sheryl and Lorelie and of course, beer. The guests were in high October spirits as they sang and danced along.
A Workshop was held wherein over 40 RWAs came together to discuss issues of common interest, identify best practices and engage in discussions on meaningful solutions that can be adapted for use by others. As part of this Event, SMART Group, India’s first Managed Security Company, launched the ‘Panic’ Button, an application for Smart phones that allows you to send multiple messages, images, videos, sound bytes and current location status to your near and dear ones, automatically alerting them of an emergency situation.
The residents of Rosewood City enjoyed the Diwali Mela held at the Condominium. On offer were a variety of items in stalls – food, household goods, games and more.
Shooting in the Wild
Gorillas Travel Photography Club organized a first of its kind Wildlife Seminar. Hosted by Louis Kleynhas , an internationally acclaimed National Geographic photographer, the Seminar saw enthusiasts of all age groups. The Seminar aimed at giving insights about the art of shooting in the wild, with the wild. Topics of discussion were the types of lighting and lenses to be used. Experiences were also shared to give a wider perspective to the photographers. Louis said, “I work around the world for Regional, National and International newspapers/magazines. My shooting style is adventurous and dramatic, while capturing people and their stories.”
Smile Train, a US-based global Charity, devoted to the cause of helping poor children born with cleft lips and cleft palates in developing countries, screened the Oscar winning documentary, ‘Smile Pinki’ at Epicentre. The screening was attended by Satish Kalra, Chief Program Officer, Smile Train, members of Smile Train and other prominent personalities.