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Was Gurgaon’s ‘Millennium City’ tag that successful? Did the words ‘Millennium City’ make your follicles turn all futuristic and make you want to take your Millennium Falcon out for a warp drive with your incredibly tall and hairy eye-candy Wookie spouse in the next seat (with the driver driving in front)?

What is the reason of capital 'w'?Is it a metaphor?

I don't understand what he is referring to.

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  • A Wookiee (note the extra 'e') is a species from Star Wars. – Glorfindel Jul 10 '16 at 10:45
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Did the words ‘Millennium City’ make your follicles turn all futuristic

The phrase "Millennium City" has a very sci-fi, futuristic feeling to it. Here, turn means "become". "All" can mean "completely" or "extrememly". So the author is asking

Did the words ‘Millennium City’ make your follicles become completely futuristic.

I think he is trying to ask "Did those words make you that excited?" Something like that.

Wookiees (/ˈwʊkiːz/) are a fictional species of intelligent, hirsute bipeds from the planet Kashyyyk in the Star Wars universe. They first appeared in the 1977 film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The most notable Wookiee is Chewbacca, a companion of Han Solo.

This is an image of Chewbacca. enter image description here

Species names are often capitalized.
Example.

The species Tyrannosaurus rex (rex meaning "king" in Latin), is one of the most well-represented of the large theropods.

Yes, it is a metaphor (not because of the capitalization). Presumably, his wife is not a Wookiee. Calling her a Wookiee is insulting since I doubt any woman wants to look like a Wookiee. This, and the Millennium Falcon are references to Star Wars. It seems the city has been referred to the "Millennium City", but I don't know if "Millennium City" is also a reference to Star Wars.

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