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Supple Suzanne

The city took a pole vault into club night with a first-of-its-kind performance



The dance could have had passion emphatic had Suzanne presented more than the three pieces.

THE SIGNS are there. Bangalore is turning into club night city that it isn't yet entirely. But Suzanne may change all that. The sweet girl from Romania is probably the first in town to perform the pole dance publicly. The dance left the crowd at Zero G starry-eyed and a wee bit bemused — that detached pleasure of watching the body feminine snaking its way around a pole. A collective sigh — what is it to watch supple Suzanne over a vodka or scotch? What's it about the body that makes for such tantalising viewing?

Supple she was. And fast too. Real fast. And as the dance demands, the gyrations were all there. From bottom to top and top to bottom. And they got quicker with the club music getting heavier by the minute. And only some can do it well and supple Suzanne did it well.

The dance could have had passion emphatic had Suzanne presented more than the three pieces she did. Demi Moore did it in great style in Striptease, but it's quite different seeing a lovely lass doing pole dance live.

Ankush Bhatia, General Manager, Zero G, said Bangalore desperately needs to have a livelier nightlife like in Delhi or Mumbai. "The idea is to make the city a happening place. Bangalore certainly has a fine young crowd. We just need to pick up on the nightlife. If all ends by 11 p.m. or midnight, then it wouldn't have begun at all. We should hope that sometime in the future restobars would be allowed to open till later. This programme is part of our effort to get people to chill out and take it easy after a hard day's work."

That some people certainly did. Before Suzanne made her entrance, you had this nice couple making out in a quiet corner. Bodyspeak all in the open. No moral police here please.

This is the new India, moving and all that, you tell this guy watching the couple caring for none...

"It certainty is, buddy... "

Thanks to Suzanne.

PRASHANTH G.N.

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