Myntra presents IIFA 2017 Stomp-A welcome party at Times Square!

The 18th Edition of the IIFA Weekend and Awards have kick started with much fervor and revelry as the celebrations commenced with – IIFA Stomp in Times Square!

The center of the city transformed into a buzzing blend of music, dance and fashion with Myntra presents IIFA Stomp.  With the charming host Siddharth Kannan welcoming New Yorkers and tourists alike, IIFA Stomp raised the energy levels featuring a host of talented artists and a few surprises as well!

Fans of Indian Cinema can look forward to a host of events kicking off with the music and fashion welcome party- Myntra presents IIFA Stomp at Times Square on 13th July. Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan  showcased his dancing skills at IIFA Stomp alongside DJ Amann Nagpal, Electronica icon B.R.E.E.D, DJ Nasha, as they raised the excitement with their unique music. Another facet to IIFA Stomp is a glamorous Fashion Show right in the heart of the city! Myntra presented its collection with show-stoppers Bollywood actresses’ Dia Mirzaand Taapsee Pannu. Leading ladies Shilpa Shetty, Neha Dhupia and Disha Patani were show-stoppers for Shane and Falguni Peacockcollection presented by NEXA and a Jewelry collection presented by Gitanjali by designer Sonaakshi Raaj with Huma Qureshi as the showstopper. In addition, Myntra  announced the MOGO much logo launch featuring a 10 minute performance by the talented multi-instrumentalist Karsh Kale.



IIFA continues on its journey with strength to grow every year in the world of entertainment and building the outreach as a major event globally to bring positive results and impact. This year is set to be one of the biggest, most extravagant and amazing IIFA Weekends to date. Keep up to date with all the latest news and details on IIFA by logging on to or checking out the social media handles:

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