Visit Monaco celebrates New Year with Karan Johar and Millionaireasia India

Millionaireasia India, the country’s first by-invitation magazine for HNIs along with The Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Bureau, brought in 2018 with an emphatic bang at a spectacular event that featured Bollywood’s game-changing icon, Karan Johar.

The scintillating event was the culmination of Karan’s visit and photoshoot in Monaco for the cover of Millionaireasia India’s Jan-Feb 2018 edition. The director, entrepreneur and ultimate showman of Indian entertainment industry, unveiled the cover of the magazine and also talked about the business of entertainment and its evolution.

Parineeta Sethi, Chief Editor and Publisher of Millionaireasia India who was with Karan in Monaco for the exclusive photoshoot and interview, said, “Every aspect fitted in beautifully. Karan Johar, Monaco and Millionaireasia complement each other perfectly and it shows in the way the edition has come together.” Sethi thanked Karan Johar, the Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Bureau in her welcome address.

Speaking on the occasion, Rajeev Nangia, Director-India, Monaco Government Tourist Bureau said, “Destination Monaco takes immense pride and happiness in having the invite accepted by the star entrepreneur Karan Johar to the illuminated world of glamourous dreams. We thank Karan for sharing his Monaco memories with the world since his visit!”

The event was curated by Aarti Surendranath and featured the Who’s Who of Maximum City’s entertainment and culture fraternity.

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