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India set to vroom at its first F1, with parties aplenty

India is all set to rock with parties and after parties.

Over 150 food joints, parking facility for 16,000 cars, a helipad, two-medical facilities and a media centre may sound like a mini-city, but these are just some of the facilities to cater to an expected 100,000 spectators at the inaugural Indian grand prix at Noida's swanky new Buddh International formula one circuit, reports IANS.

What's happening?

Fast cars, girls and a host of celebrities—it's no more just for the adernalin junkies. from headbanging with Metallica to dining with the stars, there's plenty happening off the track too, reports CNN IBN

Lady Gaga to perform at Buddh International circuit. AP

A big attraction will be the performance from American pop icon Lady Gaga—her first ever in India— on the last day of the race.

On Saturday evening, Romanian musician Edward Maya will be taking over the stage.

But, it's the Friday night 80th birthday bash of Bernie Ecclestone, the CEO of Formula One, that's going to be a star-studded show.

While heavy metal band Metallica will be performing live in Gurgaon on 28 October, the closing party will be hosted by English singer Boy George.

There's also our very own...Daler Mahendi who will sing the F1 anthem "Hum hai raftar" with KK and Lucky Ali on the racing day.

Who all will be there?

Shahrukh Khan with Gauri, Hrithik and Suzannne Roshan, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, business magnate Richard Branson, industrialist Sunil Bharti Mittal and Force India owner Sidharth Malaya will be there.

What's the price you pay?

Shell out Rs 8 lakhs and you get a table for eight. For, Rs 5 lakhs get a table for four and be ready to spend Rs 40 thousand for a single pass for one night.

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