This T20 season has slowly gained momentum with close matches, super over finishes and some breathtaking batting by the Superstars. But off the pitch too, the fun never stops as the Signature Premier After Match Parties continue to dazzle all with its glamour and celeb quotient.
After pit-stops in major cities, it was time for the party bandwagon to hit the city of Nawabs and Biryani, Hyderabad. The home team Sunrisers Hyderabad were coming off a win against the Mumbai Indians and they were certainly in the mood to party.
The Signature After Match Party was held in the beautiful ITC Kakatitya in Begumpet, Hyderabad. The guests started arriving soon after 10pm and were seen mingling around. Not surprisingly the Signature bar was the most packed. The first players to arrive were Ashish Reddy and Hanuma Vihari, both looking dapper.
As is the USP of Signature, the party started off with the fashion show. Two renowned designers, Asmita Barwa and Nikhil-Shantanu showed their collection. Gorgeous models walked down the ramp showcasing the best of the collections with sharp silhouettes and cuts. The collection was very feminine and classy.
Between the two fashion shows, the White Mischief cheerleaders regaled the audience with their dance and left people in awe with their splits, cartwheels and athleticism. These girls definitely offer more than meets the eye. And as expected, the cricketers weren’t left without agreeing to walk the ramp with the cheerleaders. Darren Sammy seemed hesitant but pulled it off pretty well!
It was then the turn of DJ to get the party started and she spun some really sweet tunes that had everyone on their feet. It was great way to party and for the Hyderabad team it must have been sweeter after a big win against Mumbai.
You can follow check out the updates on twitter using the #SignatureAfterParty hashtag and relive the night with stunning pictures on instagram/live_instyle.
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