MUMBAI: 'Walk like an Egyptian' must be the song played at the next Kittie Party . Zee's own chick flick will have an Egyptian kitty party for its next special on 26 January.
The damsels Pixie (Achint Kaur), Manju (Poonam Dhillon), Tina (Shweta Salve), Rewa (Kavita Kapoor), Kuku (Deepshikha), Vidya (Maya Alagh), and Niloufer (Preeti Dayal) will let their hair down at the Egyptian party.
A weekly, which airs from Sunday to Wednesday at 10:30 pm, has prior to the Egyptian party canned few theme parties like the kids party- where the protagonist dressed as and behaved like kids, Hawaiian party, and lavani party- where the leading ladies dressed up in nine-yard saris.
An integral part of the show, kitty parties are setting for the women discuss the issues in their lives and revel in the camaraderie. In a theme party, a dress code is decided by the lady who organises the kitty party and all members have to dress up and join in for the party.
The latest kitty party is at Pixie's place and the episode ends on a sour note, unlike other theme parties. There is a major confrontation between Manju (Poonam Dhillon) and Rewa (Kavita Kapoor). For those not clued into the show, Manju was assumed dead. With Rewa provides both monetary and financial support to Manju's husband Manoviraj (Kiran Kumar), an emotional bond develops between them and they decide to get married. However, Manju comes back on the day of their wedding, only to discover her husband's marriage to Rewa. Thus arises a conflict. This party had the kitty ladies divided into two group one pro-Rewa and another pro-Manju.
Speaking to indiantelevision.com Poonam Dhillon said, "This time, the theme party was less stressful compared to all the previous one. The main reason was that the Egyptian party did not demand costume revelry, unlike the other theme parties like lavani, where we ladies took nearly half a day to get ready."
Kavita Kapoor offered, "It was fun to have the entire gang after a long time. Normally, only a few of us are required for the shoot. I thought that it was a picnic- lots of jokes, sharing of food, back-slapping..."
The Egyptian party was shot at Magnum Studios at Mumbai suburb Andheri for nearly two and half days.