Akansha Ranjan Kapoor is celebrating her birthday today. The actress called for a grand bash in the city on Sunday evening. Her best friends and colleagues attended it. Alia Bhatt, Athiya Shetty, Vaani Kapoor, Malaika Arora and others arrived in style for the party
Today marks the birthday of Tania Shroff, a notable fashion designer and influencer, who celebrated with a grand birthday party last night. A few familiar faces were captured by paps attending the celebration, including Shanaya Kapoor, Nirvaan Khan, Aryan Khan, and Suhana Khan. Ahan Shetty, Tania's longtime boyfriend, joined her in the festivities while donning a stylish all-black outfit consisting of a black t-shirt, matching pants, and an animal print shirt. Meanwhile, Tania stunned in a black backless dress, radiating elegance and charm. Here are the Bollywood star kids who attended Tanis Shroff’s birthday bash and stole the show:
Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor who tied the knot in April this year have welcomed their first child. Exclusive! Riddhima Kapoor Sahni: Can't wait to see the baby when I'm back. Priyanka Chopra, Mahesh Babu, Kareena Kapoor Khan and other stars congratulate new parents Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. Check out Ahan Shetty's quirky birthday wish for Athiya Shetty.
Ahan Shetty's Tadap debuts on OTT. Naga Chaitanya in talks for OTT debut. On Shruti Haasan's birthday, here's the first look of her new show- Bestseller. Huma Qureshi to come up with new web series 'Mithya'. All Pictures Courtesy: Mid-day Archives
Kartik Aaryan, Dino Morea, Ahan Shetty, Karan Wahi, Ibrahim Ali Khan and Shabir Ahluwalia were seen playing a football match on Sunday in Bandra. Apart from them, film producer Bunty Walia and Zaid Darbar, among others, were also seen taking part in the match
Actor #SunielShetty’s son #AhanShetty is all set for the release of his debut today. While many from the industry including #AbhishekBachchan, #SalmanKhan, #AmitabhBachchan have been wishing him success and luck, here is a video of the father-son duo playing a fun game.
Vighnesh Shahane talks about how he fancied himself a future fast bowler more for his height than talent and the competitive nature of club and company cricket in his era. As a corporate personality now, he endorses the importance of a sound education no matter how much success a cricketer enjoys. Education, he says, should always be your anchor.
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