Speed dating mumbai 2016
This kind of behaviour can qualify as rude in other countries,'' he says. In Mumbai, it's strange because there's a lot of flirting with the eyes but no one crosses the fence and tries to say hello or chat.There's a feeling that you're being watched and that's not a nice thing.Even if I had a chance, I wouldn't see myself opting for speed dating here,'' says Rishma Mehta, who attended the speed dating for Gujaratis in London.Privacy agreement No one will know your full name, contact details, where you live or any other personal details. Mumbai is a city of zipzamzoom, fast food and on-the-go playlists. Moving back to the city after years of globe trotting, Sandeep Shetty was stung when he was cut dead in a club by a woman whom he went over to say hello to after an hour of mutual checking out. Shetty and three friends started Bombay Speed D8 in 2006, but they were forced to call it off after 16 rounds.By the end of it, it just got really tiring,'' he says.From banker boys and IT types to journalists and film-makers in the age group of 23 to 38, what started out as a Friends of the Organisers event slowly spread through word of mouth.
It obviously wasn't going to work like that.'' Despite this, Mawandia says that several couples did eventually hook up."I guess there's a kind of stigma attached to it.
Another tedious impediment, adds Shetty, was the lack of commitment.
"There would be last-minute cancellations, especially with women, who would pull out if their girl friends decided to do so.
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