"I don't change my phones frequently because I get emotionally attached to them, unless they completely break.It could be one year, five years or when I lose them, and yes I lose a lot of phones and then I go and buy the same modelmy first phone was a Nokia and it was really huge," supermodel and actor Lisa Haydon, acting as a true blue brand ambassador steers the conversation to technology and comes back to what she's in the city for to meet the lucky winners, announce the prizes, et al.Adds Chanda, "Choosing conversation subjects is very important. And yes, if you have the confidence to casually talk to strangers, nothing like it." You may or may not like to go but who wouldn't want to get invited at every party.If nothing else works, just hit the dance floor and have some fun. [email protected] someone who endorses a cellphone brand, not changing the phone at touch-screen speed is quite an irony.Warns Chanda Malhotra, grooming expert, Flying Cats, "Trying to be overfriendly within seconds to strangers could kill your image.At any social event, one wrong move could ruin your personality." While mingling is the key, right mingling is even more important!Chanda Mama Door Ke, the play that will be staged at six in the evening at Randhawa Auditorium-16 on Sunday, is based on Italian Feminist Oriana Fallaci's tome The Letters To A Child Never Born.Scripted and edited by Neeta, this one narrates the story of an unwed mother talking to a baby that she thinks she has conceived.
Calling the theatre scenario in the region fantastic, Raina says, Strangely, it's Amritsar that is gaining ground as the theatre capital of the region."I have David Dhawan's Rascals coming up in which Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn are there as well." She adds, "I like Madhuri Dixit, she's my all time favourite actor." Meanwhile, it's the second visit to the city, as she, "was here to model before about a year ago." "My little sister has been here for state tournaments and she likes the place.In fact, she'd be very happy if you write about her." She adds, "But yes, last night I was at Pind Baluchi and we completely enjoyed Punjabi food like Butter Chicken and Naan." Born to an Indian father and Australian mother, she's shuttling between the two places, and when she's not in India, among other things, "it's the food I miss." As for the next gadget, she's looking forward to buying a "Bluetooth fixture with the carbut I'm not into covers or decorating my phone." Neeta Mohindra, celebrated theatre person, is in Chandigarh with two of her solo plays Buhe Barian and Chanda Mama Door Ke.Set people up, mingle, introduce and let others do it to you as well; partying is about being a people's person.Heres bringing you some tried and tested tips by self-confessed party addicts on how to be the life of every such occasion!