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Paparazzi manhandled by security at Soho House, photographers to boycott the popular nightspot – CB exclusive

The security and photographers got into a scuffle as they tried to click Priyanka Chopra Jonas exiting the venue – view video

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In a very short period of time, Juhu’s Soho House has become a fave with the Bollywood celebs and the movers and shakers of the society, this side of town. Be it special screenings or regular dine outs, the place is a popular nightspot with our B-Towners. Naturally, the paparazzi are regularly posted there and even the celebs readily oblige for the photographs. However last night (March 8) the security of this hotspot got into an altercation with the photographers posted at the venue. As a result the photographers have now decided to boycott Soho House till the management doesn’t apologise formally for their misbehaviour.

Talking about what transpired last night, a senior photographer revealed, “Huma Qureshi had thrown a party and invited the photographers to cover it. So the photographers were waiting there for her.” The senior added, “Priyanka Chopra Jonas who was also inside Soho House was spotted walking out, so like usual we decided to click her. She even agreed to pose for us, but the security men shut the door and hit one of the photographs and there was a scuffle, in which they manhandled us.” The senior said, “If media is called by celebrities or if they are tipped it should be the duty of the celebrities to make sure they are not ill-treated by the security.” Check out the video:

The officials at the Soho House remained unavailable for comment. However, till the matter is sorted, the photographers will not be clicking any more at the venue. An insider says that this will affect the patrons of the restaurant as some of them are regulars also for the chance to be clicked by the paparazzi. Also the celebs share a wonderful working relationship with these photographers, so they may also want the management to step in and sort the issue at the earliest.

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