It's party all night!

In a blink of an eye one is ready to wave goodbye to another year. But no sending off is complete without a celebration.

Everywhere, people are planning how to spend the New Year’s Eve, whether it’s a quiet dinner at home, a walk in the park or partying all night long. The youth of the City, who have elaborate plans for the last day of 2014, share them with ‘Metrolife’. 

Nivedita a, a student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology, says, “This year, I’m planning to go to Goa with a couple of friends for the Sunburn Festival. We have been wanting to go for a while, so we are planning to party, dance, roam around the city, play on the beaches and have fun. I usually stay in Bengaluru and go to pubs but this time, I decided to do something different. Doing the same thing every year was getting boring, and Goa is the place to be on New Year’s Eve!” 

Haris khan, a student of St Joseph’s College of Arts and Science, says, “I’m either going to Goa or Mauritius. I usually stay in Bengaluru and party, but the party scene here isn’t very happening. I went to Thailand last year and the parties there were amazing! There are so many different DJs who play around this time, it is the best time to enjoy with friends. Hopefully I will do something different this time.”

Mohammed dilshad, a student of Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology, says, “I’m planning to go to Dubai to celebrate the New Year. I’ll be going with three friends of mine and we have already booked rooms at the Palm Jumeirah. I like to travel for the New Year’s and this time, I decided to go to Dubai because it’s one of the most happening cities in the world. We’ll be partying with friends and having a good time.” 

Faizaan Shariff, a student of St Joseph’s College of Commerce, says, “As of now, I haven’t decided what I’m going to do, but hopefully I will be at a party. I prefer house parties because they are much safer. Although my friends drink, I don’t; I just want to party, dance, listen to music, eat food and be with my friends. And I want to get back home early because it’s not very safe on New Year’s Eve. All my plans depend on mom’s mood, as of now; if she gives me permission, anything can happen!”

Rachel Natasha, a student of St Joseph’s College of Commerce, says, “I have to attend Mass, after which we have a family get together. All my cousins come over and we have a party. I party with friends throughout the year so I’d rather spend time with family. I don’t want to do the same thing on this day as well. I think spending time with family is a nice way to start the year.” 

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