Shaanti, Praza & Taste & Liquor present a 1950-60’s ‘Bollywood Grandiose’ on Saturday 5 December.

Celebrating the sophisticated era of Bollywood with Indian inspired Cocktails, Music, Fashion and Dining. Praza presents a playground for the extravagant, designed for affable debauchery and dulgent fun, without pretentiousness but exuding an abundance of style that was renowned in 1950-60’s Bollywood.

Praza by Pushkar

Housed in a Grade II listed Georgian building in the affluent, leafy suburb of Edgbaston, Praza is a modern and elegant place to enjoy an evening of fine dining and exciting cocktails. The interior is plush and exuding luxury thanks to a menagerie of white walls, contemporary black furniture and ritzy decor. A couple of lavish touches here and there in the form of big, comfy seats, top hats for light shades, and bronze fixtures and fittings also showcase the venues exquisite character.

Praza Cocktails

Praza’s talented mixologists are tailored to cross many boundaries. From our very own Praza Martinis Collection, you can also enjoy our Punchy Patiala Peg and our signature Spiced Vanilla Mojito. Or you could try our Black Forest Martini balanced between raspberry, strawberry and blackberry liquors and chocolate flavours. If you are in an exotic mood, then try our Spicy Mango, a Jalapeno vodka with green chill, combined with mango and passion fruit

Praza Restaurant

Award-winning chef, Bishal Rasaily whose culinary creations at Pushkar have already taken the city by storm, masterminds the innovative menus such as the ‘Teen Tikki’ which comprises of Three vegetarian kebabs – fig and green peas; beetroot and onion seeds; golden corn, paneer and herbs with “khata-meeta” tamarind and sultana chutney. Lucknowi Chicken Korma, comes from the royal kitchen of Awadh. Red tractor chicken breast cooked in smooth almond, cashew nut, poppy seeds, dried coconut and onion gravy, embellished with black cardamom and saffron. Nilgiri Chicken Curry, which is a classic dish of slow cooked red tractor chicken breast in a refreshing green herb curry of fresh coriander, curry leaves, chillies, coconut and roasted spices. Other favourite dishes include the Corgi Chicken Masala, A semi dry chicken thigh masala cooked with onions, cardamom, black peppers and coriander seeds. A speciality dish from the corgi community of Karnataka.

Fashion & Music

The 1960’s was an era of colours not only on the Indian silver screens but in fashion too. It was about flamboyance and magnificence. The screening of Mughal-e-Azam in late 1959 marked the commencement of colours on celluloid. Bollywood actors like Mumtaz, Saira Bani, Asha Parekh, Sharmila Tagore, Dev Anand and Shashi Kapoor were seemed to have made most of the opportunity by tapping into the conscious and distinctive styling and they played major part in influencing fashion for over a decade. 

We will be re-creating that era of Bollywood and vibrant colours and fashion as Praza complements that perfect Bollywood setting and with the added twist that everyone has to comply with a 1950-60’s attire, makes this evening indulgent and fun!

The restaurant is open all evening for dining options, please call the office to reserve any group tables. There are a number of menus to choose from on

Advance tickets for the evening party are £10, (more on the door). Capacity is very limited. Available from Praza, please call 0121 456 4500 to reserve them or buy online from Telephone reservations can be made via 0844 870 000.

Praza by Pushkar

94-96 Hagley Road,
Birmingham B16 8LU

Times 9.00pm till very late.

Info: 07968260276 | 0121 456 4500 | |

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