Collection of Values using Lookup Collection

Lookup is a collection of keys each mapped to one or more values, so here is the representation of the collection Lookup<TKey, TElement> . Where TElement is the new collection type of elements.
The Code
static void Main(string[] args)
{

            List<Customer> customer = new List<Customer>()
            {
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Bhaumik",Status=true},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Hardik",Status=true},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Rachit",Status=false},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Darshan",Status=true},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Manan",Status=false},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Malay",Status=true},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Vishal",Status=false},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Raj",Status=true},
                new Customer{ ID=1,Name="Rohit",Status=false}
            };

            Lookup<bool, Customer> customerLookup = (Lookup<bool, Customer>)customer.ToLookup(cust => cust.Status);

            Console.WriteLine("Customer whith Status = true");
            foreach (Customer cust in customerLookup[true])
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Mr. {0} ==> Status {1}", cust.Name, cust.Status);
            }

            Console.WriteLine("Customer whith Status = false");
            foreach (Customer cust in customerLookup[false])
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Mr. {0} ==> Status {1}", cust.Name, cust.Status);
            }
            Console.ReadKey(true);
}
Customer.cs
class Customer
{
        public int ID { get; set; }
        public string Name { get; set; }
        public bool Status { get; set; }
}

The Output
Collection of Values using Lookup Collection Collection of Values using Lookup Collection Reviewed by Bhaumik Patel on 3:20 AM Rating: 5