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Kajal watched enticing Big C Fashion Show
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June 1, 2008

Enticing hip shakes, attractive Fashion Show and cocktail marked the celebrations of mobile retailer company Big C, which touched its 25 lakh customers-mark, besides opening its 45th outlet in the state. Actress Kajal Agarwal, clad in a gorgeously-designed orange saree with reddish-purple half-sleeves, was introduced to the company personnel and select guests amidst animated atmosphere tonight at Durgam Cheruvu, Hyderabad.

The fashion show which lasted for three hours in high spirits saw the participation of ravishing models from Mumbai. Excited guests surged towards the stage to have close-up view of the models and dancers. Kajal, accompanied by her dad and guards, was invited to the venue with a dance performance by a Mumbai dancer for the song – Maha Maha (Mantra). Curiously, actress Charmi, former Ambassador of the mobile company, danced to the number in that film. Addressing the delighted gathering, Kajal said: "I am lucky to be part of the company as its brand ambassador. Yesterday, I toured four places opening the outlets. I wish that the customer-friendly schemes will make the firm number one in the country." Earlier, the guests of the evening felt it strange and hard to digest when anchor Suma termed Guntur, Tenali, Ongole and Chirala as villages.

After Kajal left the place, the Fashion Show got even hotter. Dazzling dancer Sushma from Mumbai performed two racy numbers – Chamka Chamka Chamkeere & Kajrare Kajrare – with arresting bodily swirls, luring the backbenchers to raise and dance. Another dancer performed the highly popular Mumaith Khan number in Pokiri – Ippatikinka Naa Vayasu Ninda Padahare, making the revelers sway and shout. An upcoming item girl in Mumbai Deepa did a sensuous song.

A mimicry show imitating R. Narayana Murthy (for Ninne Ninne song in Idiot) and Brahmanandam (for Dayi Dayi in Indra) sent the crowd into peels of laughter.

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