vodkaholic Chit-chat over a bloody raspberry drink. Lovely colour, no? 15h

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vodkaholic Homemade East Indian Sausage Fry (on a bed of mash potato and topped with the egg). Yummy! 16h

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vodkaholic Café Zoe never disappoints. Lemon Chilli Coriander Grilled Chicken (with Mash and Jus). #NoFilter 1d

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vodkaholic The Brabourne Stadium last Saturday. 6d

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vodkaholic New found love! #Labneh 2w

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vodkaholic You know it's Sunday when the Catlick aunties are gunning for Vienna Bakery's 'pattice' outside church. 😀 4w

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vodkaholic Nothing better than a pair of comfy sandals, especially in the summer. 4w

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vodkaholic Okay, last one. 'Somebody To Love' by Killer Queen - the tribute band. Imagine looking like THE Freddie Mercury and performing his greatest tracks! 1mon

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vodkaholic 'Radio Gaga' by Killer Queen - the tribute band.
The gig had a very small crowd but a super enthusiastic one. Helped also by the fact that these guys are true entertainers. Even if they are a tribute band. You've still got to be bloody good.
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vodkaholic 'We Are The Champions' by Killer Queen, a tribute band. #FreddieLivesOn
And yes, he (Johnny Blunt) is wearing an Indian cricket jersey here. :)
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vodkaholic 'I Want To Break Free' by Killer Queen, a tribute band performing at Phoenix Marketcity. Fun! 1mon

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vodkaholic Languid summer. The copper pod in full bloom and the mango tree laden with fruit. One of my favourite sights from the window. #NoFilter 1mon

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vodkaholic Forget chicken soup. Try solkadi for the soul. 2mon

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vodkaholic Not a Virat Kohli fan but after today's outrage on Twitter + idiotic jokes about his/team's performance/Anushka's presence, thought of posting this little memory. When I returned from Dhaka 4 years ago after the opening game (assigned on World Cup duty), I was thrilled to know the Indian team was flying back on the same Jet Airways flight as me. The cricketers boarded last and sat in front (quite a few in Economy). Virat was among the last few to take his seat, so he was forced to stuff his bag in an overhead bin far away from where he sat.
Once we landed, all passengers from behind (typical!) rushed and crowded the passage. Result? Virat had to wait to get his bag but he did so without throwing a tantrum. His teammates had already exited. I started to move and he smiled patiently at the rest of us. I asked, "Can I take a photo OF you?" And he didn't bat an eyelid (pretty sure even though he was wearing those sunnies) when he replied, "Sure!" I clicked this at that moment and mumbled "Thanks. All the best!" and left Virat still in the aircraft. Waiting for the passage to clear to get his bag. Seems a bit silly now, but the way he treated me that Sunday afternoon without getting irritated made me change my perception of him. :)
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vodkaholic Happy 4th birthday, L'il Miss K! 2mon

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vodkaholic Nothing better and filling than chilled sugarcane juice to tackle Bombay summers. Also, brings back summer vacation memories; of going to church to organise 'Summer Club' for children and returning home in the blazing heat and drinking 'half glass ganna'. 2mon

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vodkaholic #DhakaDiary: Yeh Dosti... These two youngsters, each supporting his own country in the 2011 World Cup opening match between Bangladesh and India, also happened to be best friends. Hope they still are. (dug up from my old photos) 2mon

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