11th Dec 2021: GB Party at Invincible Boudoir & Jardin



TIME: 9PM – 11:45PM

Address : Invincible Boudoir & Jardin, 164, C’Est La Vie, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai.

Cash Entry Only : Rs 800 from 9pm to 10pm (Cover Rs 400)

Rs 1000 after 10pm (Cover Rs 500)to defray the expenses for the Party)

(Please note – Credit Cards accepted at the Bar Counter for Extra Drinks)

For any Queries regarding GB Events or Parties please message on GB Mobile number +91 9870504010

24th Aug, 2019: STUDS Sports Bar presents GB Party

STUDS Sports Bar presents GB Party on 24th Aug

Its gonna be Rockking Krazzy Saturday Nite Party

We have the hottest Commercial & Bollywood chartbusters lined up for you to groove on, this Saturday at GB party with DJ Vivek.

Venue: STUDS Sports Bar and Grill, Ground Floor, Sagar Pallazio, Sakinaka Junction, Near Sakinaka Metro station, Andheri – Kurla Rd, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400072


Date: Saturday – 24th August 19
Time: 9.30pm onwards till whatever time it goes on till – fingers crossed

Cash Entry Only – Rs 600 from 9.30pm to 10.30pm (Cover Rs 300) and Rs 1000 after 10.30pm (Cover Rs 500)to defray the expenses for the Party) (Please note – Credit Cards accepted at the Bar Counter for Extra Drinks)

For any Queries regarding GB Events or Parties please message on GB Mobile number – +91 9870504010

5th May, 2019: GB Versova Meet

Time: 6 pm (18 00 hours), assemble at Gate Number 4, Versova Metro Station.

Venue: Our venue at Seven Bungalows, Versova.
Prior to the meet, assembly at Gate Number 4, Versova Metro Station.

Versova is a metro station and the western terminus of Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro serving the Versova neighbourhood of Andheri in Mumbai, India. The station is located at Seven Bungalows.

At 6:30pm: We move to a home venue a few minutes walk away for chat and discussions
Free Entry; refreshments and tea will be served

As it is a home venue with presence of family members, please dress appropriately; Gay Bombay meets are inclusive, lgbt members and allies are welcome!

7th April, 2019: GB Sunday Meet – in Memoriam

She was affectionately called Munni Pua.

She was the aunt of one of GayBombay’s first members, Harpreet. Her association with one of GayBombay’s primary supporters began in the summer of 2000. 

GB always collected for the monthly Sunday meet at McDonald’s, Bandra. On one such Sunday, the assorted collection of boys was asked to vacate the McDonald premises. So Harpreet called his aunt up, as she lived in Pali, a short distance away from where the boys were. He asked if he could get the boys there to carry on with their meeting. Without a moment’s hesitation, she invited them over.

 Since then, Sunday meets were held at Munni Pua’s place at Pali, Bandra. For a short time, they moved to another aunt’s place, and then another member’s home and then another. But the meets returned to the home of Munni Pua for the rest of the time she lived in Bandra. She was a true liberal in thought, word and deed. 

She has been an avid supporter of the LGBT movement.

Munni Pua passed away on 4thMarch, 2019. Here are some words from a few members of the LGBT community, in memoriam.

“She was an LGBT warrior.” 
-Bhuushan Kulkarni

She was empathy, compassion and unconditional love personified – a rare and genuine person who touched many hearts, including my own.
-Shailen Bhandare

In my visits to the GB meets it was always so positive to see her being there for all of us. Her memories will be cherished forever. 
-Neil Sui

She was indeed a light for many of us and our families. 
-Jerry Johnson

I remember her and how she always radiated love towards all of us.
-Parmesh Shahani

I still remember meeting her for the first time many years ago (2000) when you first introduced me to the gb group and had me over to her place for one of your fabulous gb parties. I said to myself: wow She is the most fabulous person I know! 
-Nick D’Souza

Her public declaration of standing by our sides speaks volumes of someone who lived beyond her time and her generation. I feel so honored and grateful to have met her, known her, talked to her. This loss is deep for how it affects us all, for how she touched us in the biggest of ways in the littlest of time. This loss is painful for all of us who knew how remarkable she really was and what an indelible mark she left on all of us. How fortunate I feel that our paths crossed, though briefly. 
-Sonali Gulati

My brilliant, sensitive, loving, particular, generous bua has passed. I have no real words right now. All I can say is that I shall miss the light she brought to my life and so many others. She was the first person after my mother I came out to, because I knew her heart and her outlook. I love you lots, Pua. Thank you for being there for me.
-Harpreet Singh

GB would like to dedicate the meet, on the first Sunday of April, to her memory. 

Date: 7thApril, 2019. 

Time: 17:30 hrs. (5:30pm)

Address: 403, Atlantis, J. P. Road, Seven Bungalows, Versova.

The last meet at Munni Pua’s in Bandra.

Pua congratulating the community on 6th September, 2018

21st March, 2019: GB Celebrates Holi at Juhu Beach

GB celebrates Holi at Juhu Beach on Friday – 21st March 2017

Timings – 12:00pm until 12:30pm at the Meeting Point

Meeting Point: The Shivaji statue near The Ramada Inn Palm Grove until 12:30 pm The statue is just off the main beach.

Post 12:30 pm, we will move onto the beach, just off the place where the Holi bonfire is made.

For those who have never experienced Holi on Juhu beach get set for a wild and fun-filled day. Juhu beach has always been a favourite destination for Mumbai-ites on Holi. The sea turns a deep shade of red that morning as gulaal-smeared young men throw off their clothes and plunge into the waters in huge numbers.

Look for a bunch of guys who are standing under the palm trees near the wall of the Ramada Inn, we’ll be looking out for you, too. If you are late look for us on the beach and in the water nearby!

GB, as a support group, has created this comfort/safe space for gays. Many people at the event may be “newbies” (those still coming to terms with their sexuality and/or those who have mustered the courage to come to such an event for the first time). We request you to be sensitive to the comfort levels of others and to behave and dress accordingly.

If you wish to bring your own colours (Gulaal) please make sure they are good quality, safe, and non-permanent.

Pre-packed, Branded Gulaal (with consistency of talcum powder) are now commonly available in shops everywhere.