Celebrities At The Diwali Bash Hosted By Amitabh Bachchan And Family
Amitabh Bachchan and family hosted a Diwali party at their home attended by many famous celebrities. Here are the details of the party.
Diwali, the festival of lights, has brought joys for the masses and celebrities alike. Bollywood has been lit with parties and festivities. Last night, Bachchans hosted a Diwali party at their home Jalsa which was attended by many big names of Bollywood. Anil Kapoor also hosted a Diwali party at his place at the same time. Hence, many people attended both the parties dividing their time between the two venues. Not only the Bollywood celebrities, but the Ambanis were also present at Bachchans’ Diwali bash.
Nita Ambani and Mukesh Ambani entered the venue with to-be-daughter-in-law Radhika Merchant. Nita Ambani looked graceful like always in a hot pink kurta team up with white dupatta and bottoms. Mukesh Ambani wore a white kurta with maroon waistcoat while Radhika Merchant wore a beautiful white embroidered dress with green jewels flashing her signature smile.
Shah Rukh Khan entered the venue with wife Gauri Khan in all black shalwar kameez with a matching waistcoat. Gauri Khan wore a light pink lehenga choli with white embroidery.
Akshay Kumar attended the Bachchan Diwali bash with wife Twinkle Khanna dressed in a pink gharara suit and son Aarav Bhatia. Akshay Kumar and Aarav Bhatia twinned in white silk pajamas and light pink kurtas.
Virat Kohli dressed in an all-white ensemble while Anushka Sharma wore a picturesque lehenga choli with traditional jewelry and hair tied back in a bun.
Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwariya Rai click a picture with friends Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover. Abhishek Bachchan dressed up in a white kurta while Aishwariya dazzled in a red jora with intricate silver embroidery. Bipasha Basu wore a traditional bright sari with her hair tied back in a bun.
Katrina Kaif was a complete head-turner in an all-red lehenga choli with delicate embroidery. Like always, she kept her hair open and accessories minimal.
Anupam Kher and Kiron Kher attended the event with son Sikandar Kher. The family color coordinated in white and blue.
Best friends Sania Mirza and Parineeti Chopra entered the venue together as Sania Mirza wore a cream lehenga choli with multi-colored detailing while Parineeti Chopra dressed in a black lace sari.
Malaika Arora kept it stylish like always in black accessorized with statement silver jewelry while Amrita Arora wore a red lehenga choli.
Kriti Sanon, whose film Housefull 4 is doing great business, wore a heavily worked golden sari with dazzling earrings.
Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff crossed paths at the venue with their respective families.
Sara Ali Khan made a splash wearing a red and golden heavily worked pishwaz and pajama. With her mother Amrita Singh and brother Ibrahim Ali Khan also attended the event.
Janhvi Kapoor looked stunning in a short blouse with colored stonework and a golden lehenga dupatta. Janhvi Kapoor slayed in the glamorous makeup and hair left open in loose waves.
Ananya Panday wore a neon green lehenga choli giving a twist to the traditional wear with her youthful personality.
Tara Sutaria made a dazzling entry wearing a grey sequined sari with Aadar Jain dressed in a black bandhgala.
The ever-smiling Jacqueline Fernadez entered the venue wearing a sparkling blue lehenga choli with an interesting ruffled detail on the sleeves.
Divya Khosla Kumar and husband Bhushan Kumar were dressed in their traditional best.
Bobby Deol entered the event with wife Tania Deol who was dressed in a pink sari.
Preity Zinta, Dino Morea, Simi Grewal, Hema Malini, Raveena Tandon, Boman Irani, Arshad Warsi, Randeep Hooda, and many other celebrities were also in attendance.
Kiara Advani dressed in a sparkling silver blouse with bright orange and pink lehenga dupatta.
Kajol attended the party with her children Nysa and Yug Devgan. Kajol was dressed in a green sari with sparkling blouse while Nysa dressed in an all-white lehenga choli. Yug wore a pink kurta with white pants.
Diwali is the festival of lights celebrated to mark the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. The five-day festival is celebrated with complete zeal and zest in the Autumn season which usually falls between mid-October and mid-November. The festival sprawls over five days and is characterized by lighting up the homes and wearing traditional clothes. Fireworks and crackers are an important aspect of Diwali but there has been a campaign against firecrackers because these add to air pollution. Hence many celebrities come forward urging their followers to have noise and smoke-free Diwali.