Head over to Freakie Filmie Friday happening HERE in Gurugram & unleash the Bollywood buff in you

So call up your Bolly squad and make your plans already

When in India, being a Bollywood buff is only natural because without Hindi cinemas keeping us company, what would we do?! Imagine dancing on Saturday nights without poppin' masala songs, texting with friends without movie punchliners, no SRK-Kajol moments to catch your fancy- tch, what we're saying is, you can either love or hate Bollywood but you can't ignore it.

There many like us, who are obsessed about the Indian film industry and their personality resonates with everything filmy. So if you and your gang are saying an Aye Aye Captain to whatever we just said, then you must head to Gurugram's Board'em to indulge in an evening of all things 'filmie' and fun!

Lights, Camera, Action!

On the 21st of February, go over to Board'em here in Gurugram with your filmy gang and find out who's the biggest Bollywood buff by taking up interesting challenges and partaking in competitions too!

There ain't no better way to connect with someone other than a 'filmie' night, where we will be engaged in playing board games based on Bollywood movies, songs, characters and so on. With also a side of twists and turns, iconic dialogues and story-telling, this is gonna be one heck of a time with friends and other cinephiles around. You'll also be rewarded amply on winning the games and we're waiting for Friday like a child in a carnival, waiting for his/her turn at the rides.

Knock Knock

"Zindagi Mein Agar Filmie Nahi Khela Toh Kya Khela!"

So call up your Bolly squad and make your plans already because this evening is surely gonna be one of those laughter wrapped ones where you'll be appalled for being dramatic- what more could we want? So get your tickets ASAP and let the good times roll.

Location: Board'em 1, Second floor, Golf Course Road, Sector 42, Gurugram

Date & Timings: February 21 | 7PM

Book your tickets here!

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