Christmas celebrations are incomplete with out the Kapoor conventional lunch footage. Speaking of which, the Kapoors stepped out in Mumbai to the standard household lunch at Kunal Kapoor’s home. The ordinary suspects have been Neetu Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor and Babita, Karisma Kapoor together with her children Samaira and Kiaan and others. However, new mother and father Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have been the highlights of the celebration. The couple fortunately greeted the media and posed for them. Ranbir appeared good-looking in a brown jacket and blue denim and sported a heavy beard look. Alia appeared fairly in a white and orange ensemble paired with white chunky heels.
This yr, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan was additionally noticed at Kapoor’s Christmas lunch. Yes, she arrived with the Nanda household – Shweta Bachchan, Navya Naveli and Agastya. Suhana and Agastya twinned in black outfits, whereas Navya and Shweta wore white ensembles. Suhana and Agastya are quickly going to make their Bollywood debut with The Archies.
Randhir Kapoor and Babita twinned in purple ensembles. They fortunately posed for the shutterbugs earlier than leaving. At the celebration, late star Shammi Kapoor’s spouse Neila Devi was additionally pictured. She greeted the media with Namaste. Rima Jain arrived together with her husband Manoj Jain.
The Pataudi household, Kareena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan and their children Taimur and Jeh have been MIA. It appears they haven’t returned from their trip. The actress together with her household jetted off overseas to rejoice Taimur’s sixth birthday. However, she dropped a video on her Instagram deal with wishing her Insta household on the event of Christmas. In the video, Saif may be seen enjoying the guitar. Sharing the video, the actress captioned it as “The greatest strategy to Christmas… is with my love enjoying the guitar… And having my infants and greatest buddies round. Love, mild, and music to all… Merry Christmas everybody,” adopted by a coronary heart emoticon.
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Merry Christmas everybody!