Kareena-Saif, Alia-Sidharth & Deepika-Ranveer Attend Karan Johar's Party
At a party, held for the French fashion designer Christian Louboutin at Johar's residence, the who's who of Bollywood was present.
Image: Yogen Shah
Karan Johar's parties always end up becoming the talk of the town and mostly because no one from the film industry likes to give it a miss.
At a party, held for the French fashion designer Christian Louboutin at Johar's residence, the who's who of Bollywood turned out in droves. Not just actors but many eminent names from the fashion industry made it to the star-studded gala affair last night.
Alia Bhatt arrived with rumoured beau Sidharth Malhotra and opted for a breezy white outfit for the night.
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh were all smiles as they were clicked heading to the venue. Padukone, who landed straight from an event, wore a Sabyasachi ensemble for the night complementing her alleged boyfriend Ranveer Singh's formal get up well.
While Taimur was nowhere to be seen, the new parents Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan looked lovely as they stepped out of their car.
The gorgeous girl gang of Bollywood including Malaika Arora, Amrita Arora and Anu Dewan looked ravishing.
Amrita Arora shared some fun moments on her personal account too.
Aditya Roy Kapur and Farhan Akhtar, who allegedly got involved in a tiff over Shraddha Kapoor, were also present at the party.
Even though Shahid Kapoor didn't make it to the party, his wife Mira Rajput turned up sporting a stunning white cape top with blue denims.
All pepped up for the release of her upcoming film Noor, Sonakshi Sinha, attended the party. Jacqueline Fernandez was in attendance too.
Jhanvi Kapoor was also snapped arriving at the venue.
The ever-gorgeous Sonali Bendre and Sussanne Khan were also present.
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