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Top 5 Famous Paan Shops In Delhi

Bhaiya laga dena ek meetha…Paan is extremely famous in India. Here you can find a great number of tangs in Paan and each one is tastier than the other.


In this article we will talk about the Top 5 Famous Paan Shops In Delhi where you can enjoy some of the best Paans:


1. Pandey’s paan shopNorth Avenue, New Delhi-01)


You will be shocked to listen that they are the official suppliers of paan to the Obama’s House. Maa kasam they have also served special paan to former US presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton alongwith many popular bollywood celebrities. Strawberry, Wild Blueberry, Custard Apple, Black forest, Fresh Fruit, roasted cashew, arey bhai these are not the flavors of ice cream or any dish. In fact they are the different varieties of paan that are served here. Hai na mast!


2. Prince Paan & Chaat Corner ( 29, M Block Market, Greater Kailash I, New Delhi-48)


Here you can find royally wrapped Paans that will force you to say those loving alphabets: Waooh! They are not like other nukkad paanwalas, they work for the high profile star-studded weddings of Bollywood. Chahe khud puch lo!


3. Basant Paan Bhandar (Near Mushaddi Chowk, Sarai Kale Khan, Nizamuddin)


Shop is in Niamuddin and I am sure you will love this place.  In the first look you may feel like the other street shops but believe me the Paan you get here will offer the best feeling of the world.


4. Yamu’s Panchayat (7 R-Block Market, Part I, Greater Kailash, New Delhi-48)


This Paan Palace is run by some girls and here you will get the chance to eat some nawabi style paans like Khwab, Mehfil-e-Khaas, Aadab & Shararat. May be it seem to be a little pricey but believe me jaisa daam vaisa kaam.


5. Garib Paan Bhandaar (Near Shangri-La-Hotel, Staff Gate, Janpath, New Delhi-01)


Try a Chocolate Paan! Sachhi they are known for making yummy Chocolate Paan. You can find this ultimate place at Janpath. And please check out this place alone not with your GF…faaltu mai kharcha ho jaayega.


Whether you like it or not, but you must taste the awesomeness of these places. I am sure you will become habitual to its fantastic taste. So tension ni lena ka…bas paan chabaane ka…and share karne ka

Top 8 Bollywood Directors Of This Present Era

Sound- Camera-Action…yeah we are talking about directors. If you think directing an Indian film is the simplest job then you must think again. As this job involves experience, skill, talent and the most important thing ‘luck’!

Check out the list of top 10 bollywood directors of this present era:

8. Rohit Shetty

He is behind the best bollywood hits like Golmaal, Golmaal Returns, Golmaal 3, Singham, Singham Returns, Bol Bachchan and Chennai Express. Today his films are among the highest grossing Bollywood films worldwide and he was also nominated for this as Filmfare Award for Best Director.

7. Ashutosh Gowariker

He is an actor, writer, producer and a brilliant director. He is reckoned among the best India’s elite directors. He is known for movies like What’s Your Raashee, Jodhaa Akbar, Swades and Pehla Nasha.

6. Milan Luthria

Milan Luthria is son of well-known film director and producer Raj Khosla. His popular movies are The Dirty Picture (2011), Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (2010) and Taxi Number 9211 . He made his debut with Kachche Dhaage in 1999.

5. Imtiaz Ali

Imtiaz Ali is known for making ‘out of box’ kind of movie. He is among the very few directors who have achieved both commercial and hardcore field success.

4. Mohit Suri

Mohit Suri has delivered successful films like Kalyug , Awarapan and Aashiqui 2. With each of his films, he has always raised a bar for him that’s why audience always expects best content from him.

3. Vishal Bhardwaj

He is known for his classic modern films like Haider, Omkara, Kaminey and much more. He also won four National Film Awards for his amazing work.

2. Rajkumar Hirani

Munna Bhai MBBS, Lage Raho Munnabhai, 3 Idiots and PK…yeah he is behind these awesome movies. Rajkumar Hirani is also a National Award and Filmfare Award winning Indian filmmaker.

1. Anurag Kashyap

Flimfare Award and Star Screen Award winner Anurag Kashyap is one of the most versatile and creative filmmakers in Indian cinema. Dev D, Gulaal, Gangs Of Wasseypur, Ugly and much more, simply means he is just fantastic.

Note: The above list is prepared in random order.

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Top 8 Types Of Friends We All Have In Our Life

In this article you will get to know about the 8 types of friends we all have in our life but we don’t notice them often.


1. Attention seeker


They are loud and always try to become center of attraction with their stupid n shitty things. Believe it or not but they are actually a good time-pass.


2. Adventurer


These persons will not allow you to sit quietly at single place. Adventure is in their blood and you feel it whenever they accompany you.


3. Chep neighbor friends


They will follow you until your last breath. It’s just namumkin to hide from their eagle eyes. Even while pooping, they don’t forget to comment: abbey kya khaya tha raat ko!


4. Mr. Talker


Talk, talk n talk! The main objective of their birth is talk. What they want to do in their life-talk. What are they dreaming-talk. Simply means bheja fry for you so bachkar rehna!


5. Filmykeeda


They have the power to turn their simple actions into a classic palang-todd move. A ticket to bollywood- yeah that’s their ambition in life.


6. Workaholic


They work excessively hard and for long hours. Sound very boring…but that’s true man. Party, night-out, picnic…all these are like alien words to him.


7. Fashionista


No matter how good you dressed up, but they will always look better and make you feel like student from Sarkari School.


8. The late lateef


They are always late and remain late-lateef throughout their life. The reason is not that they are busy, but the truth is that they are actually following a saying “bade log baad mai hi aate hai


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Top 7 Places To Visit After A Break Up In Delhi

Travelling alone after a break up helps you to move on, as well as makes you understand that there are such an awesome spots in Delhi to explore than to cry for a partner who don’t give Bhaav to you. So be prepared as we are going to explore Top 7 places to visit after a break up in Delhi




This is the cheapest place to go if you want to wash your tears with some alcohol. And we know you really need cheapest at this time as we can understand the situation of a person who was in a relationship.


2. Pratapgarh Farms


This is an awesome place to hangout with friends. You only need to spend 600Rs and you can enjoy all the adventurous activities like Dances, camel rides, gulli-danda, tractor ride and much more. But don’t forget to take Mud bath; it’s specially made for you guys.


3. Bluo,Ambience Mall,Gurgoan


It’s a great place for bowling and you can also enjoy superb ambience here. Even for bowling you don’t need to wait; you just need to spend 250 bucks.


4. Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya


You could visit this place in evening and experience the power of Sufism. Beautiful qawali will surely help to refresh your mood. Believe me!


5. Palika Bazar


If you want to do shopping just to forget about your breakup moments, then this option is perfect for your pocket.


6. Sri ram centre


If you are drama lover, this place is for you. You can watch various plays at Sri Ram Centre. But before coming, you need to check the timing and must choose the light comedy plays inspite of heavy rone-dhone wale drame.


7. Pranthe wali gali


Here you don’t need any partner to accompany you; you just need an empty stomach to enjoy delicious hot paranthe. I am sure you will forget the name of your bf/gf after eating such good stuff. I know kuch jyada ho gaya!


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