Zygo nightclub to be launched by Bollywood celebrities

Zygo nightclub to be launched by Bollywood celebrities

December 11, 2011: Entering the entertainment sphere with a bang, steel baron Nonu Chawla is set to launch Zygo, a one-of-a-kind nightclub in Delhi NCR.

Introducing many new features, Zygo is getting launched at Metropolitan Mall on December 16, 2011. Bollywood Celebrities Udita Goswami, Prachi Desai, Ankita Shoray and Anjana Sukhani would be attending the launch party, along with invited guests. Celebrity DJ’s Barkha Kaul and DJ Prateik will be spinning the music for this special occasion.

What makes Zygo special is the 16 by 10.3 feet LED dance floor to NCR – for the first time ever by any entertainment destination. Easily accommodating 200 people, the innovative, in-lit seating, arranged in cocoons can host 100 guests, making Zygo the perfect venue for large groups. Women will revel in details like the Italian lady Chef manning the World Cuisine restaurant, lady security guards in attendance and lady bartenders stirring up exotic drinks for revelers!

The owner Nitin, a.k.a Nonu Chawla, a steel industrialist of repute, says, “I have always been a workaholic and therefore felt the need to unwind in a stylish and sophisticated atmosphere post a long day. I am bringing in Zygo with exactly that goal in mind. I hope it will allow others like me to let down their hair and have some fun in style.”

Zygo, meaning union or fusion, will soon be taken to other cities as well. Starting with more clubs in NCR, its presence will soon be felt in Jaipur and Chandigarh. Overseas branches are also a part of Zygo’s future plans.

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