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Parineeti and Aditya visit DU canteens as part of the ‘Daawat-E-Ishq Food Yatra’

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Kyunki tum hi ho, ab tum hi ho, meri aashiqui ab tum hi ho” sang out the hearts of Miranda House girls on seeing Aditya Roy Kapur and his Daawat-E-Ishq co-star, Parineeti Chopra.

The duo and team had plans of visiting four colleges of Delhi University namely Miranda House, Hindu College, Hans Raj College and Ramjas College as a part of their ‘Daawat-E-Ishq Delhi University College Canteen Trail.’

Reaching almost three hours late for the promotion of their film, starting with Miranda House, they earlier left the girls anticipated with several false alarms. Until finally when they reached the event, they were welcomed by excited Miranda House girls vying to get Aditya’s attention by singing romantic songs from his previous blockbuster, Aashiqui 2 out loud. He reciprocated the love for his fans by clicking a selfie covering the entire audience present at the Miranda House hostel mess.

“It is crazy how these stars keep visiting the colleges. These are the perks of being in the Delhi University. I am awestruck”, remarked Inisha Chatterjee, a first year student at Miranda House.

South Indian delicacies such as Utthappam, tri-colour idlis, Upma, muffins and Litchi juice were offered to the stars, who tasted the various dishes and appreciated the food.

Later on, both of them stopped in the auditorium to give away some ‘Daawat-E-Ishq’ t-shirts and talk to several media houses present there to cover the event.

The second visit was a short one to Hindu College, where the actors spent barely 10-15 minutes tasting the canteen food.

“I enjoyed Miranda House a lot, it was amazing, and all the attention from my female fans was giving me positive energy. I feel it was a great privilege to have freedom after so many years of school. I would advice college students to go enjoy with their minimal budget, eat street food, maggi, vada pav or whatever the trend is in Delhi, but never to carry dabbas.”

Agreeing with Aditya, Parineeti added, “It is not cool to carry dabbas in college, do whatever but don’t carry dabbas. Also, there were no boys in Miranda House and I was getting bored there. Miranda and JMC should start getting some boys. Though, it was fun dancing in Hindu.”

Image Credits: Swati Verma for DU Beat

Ishika Gupta is BA (H) Mass Media and Mass Communication student at Indraprastha College for Women. Working with the Marketing department is giving her the much required exposure to the corporate world which enables her to build strong customer relationships and create a value for customers and DU Beat. Dancing, designing, journalism, fashion, traveling, exploring new avenues are some of her things that interest her a lot.

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