umbai: All eyes were on the Bengali babe and her alleged beau Rana Daggubati at the bash held for Paris Hilton. Queenie Dhody's bash for Paris Hilton at J W Marriot was a night full of glamour and glitz, despite the fact that most of Bollywood decided to give it a miss.

Sonakshi Sinha, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Abhay Deol, Arjun Rampal, Dino Morea and Imran Khan were conspicuous by their absence, while only a few known faces (including Sushmita Sen, Kangna Ranaut, Bipasha Basu, Rana Daggubati, Shazahn Padamsee and Gul Panag) bothered to show up. We were told that the poor star turn out was due to Surinder Kapoor's demise.

However, the guests who did show up were certainly in a mood to party and how!

The moment the American heiress, dazzling in a silver outfit, made her late night entry at the disco at around 1 am everyone flocked around to get clicked with her.

Paris, followed by her entourage, designer Rocky S and Queenie, danced her way to the DJ console, posing for the star struck fans on the way.

Sushmita Sen and Pooja Bedi were caught up in some serious girl talk. Sush was accompanied by a tall and bespectacled mystery man. Gul spent considerable time with photographer Atul Kasbekar.

Kangna, who was earlier caught in a controversy regarding being the face of Paris Hilton's brand of handbags in India, seemed to be completely starstruck. She ensured she got her picture clicked with Paris.

Staying close

However, the highlight of the night was Bipasha and Rana. While Bips, easily the best-dressed woman of the night in her shimmery white jumpsuit, was happily high and dancing with her girl gang, Rana stuck by her side the whole night.

Though they restrained indulging in any sort of PDA, their chemistry was very apparent. A source says, "Towards the end of the party, Bipasha was in high spirits. Rana was with her throughout giving her company."

Sofa unset

The PYTs hit the dance floor with a vengeance, with Paris and Anusha dancing on the sofa. "The Marriot staff didn't let anyone dance on the sofas, but they made an exception for Paris and Anusha," rues a guest.
The revelry, which went on till the wee hours, came to an end only when the guest of honour decided to retire.