Michelle Poonawalla, Artist
Congratulations Pune 365. It’s a great platform to know about what’s going on. It is well laid out and very well put together. Wishing you many more years of success.
Kavita Amarnani, Kwizine
Pune365 has totally rocked Pune. Loved every bit of what I have read last year. Keep giving us the news feed and we will keep lapping it up… Congratulations on your first anniversary. What I would love to see more of – movie reviews, what to do in Pune across all ages, more events at Gyaan Adab or workshops that one may not read of. Given that I don’t get newspapers at home anymore, online is the source of my information and I hope to get it from you!
Rasika Wakalkar, Rudraksh
As a reader and a true blue Maharashtrian Punekar, I feel Pune365.com does a good job with covering the other side of the river, but a lot of areas like Kothrud, the Peths don’t seem to find a voice. Also while lifestyle, people oriented stories are great, I would like to know more about the hidden gems and places in Pune or a different take on what people may have seen. It’s not yet a site about Pune I actively seek, so I would like for it to offer more information, capture the buzz and vibe about the city
Rajan Navani, Vice-Chairman & MD, JetLine Group (India)
My usual reads from the site are the columns. Love to read what Monika Patel writes and usually catch that over the weekend. Good to have a 360 degree view of the city and I am sure it will evolve and up its ante over the next few years to come!
Aditya Jhunjhunwala, Co-Founder, Dancing with Tigers
What I love are the pictures, captions. A particular favourite is the start up stories section and the overall layout is impressive. What I would like is for Wassup Pune to give me a date wise snapshot of all the interesting and new things coming up! Congratulations on turning One and wish you the best.