The wedding celebration of Anushka Ranjan-Aditya Seal: Friday night was all about fun and dancing for actress Alia Bhatt as she attended the pre-wedding party of her friend Anushka Rajan, who is marrying actor Aditya Seal this weekend. The couple threw an elaborate pre-wedding party for their friends and Alia got clicked on the pictures of the party, which is now going viral on social media.Also read – Not Ranbir-Alia, but Aadar Jain, to first tie knots with Tara Sutaria? Deets Inside
In addition to Alia, actors Vaani Kapoor, Krystle D’Souza and Akansha Ranjan can also be seen at the party. Dressed in what looks like a bright red Sharara set, Alia looked pretty. In a video that shows her shaking one leg while listening to a song, she can also be seen rocking cool black sunglasses. Vaani, who looked gorgeous in a peach pink embellished dress, also liked her famous party numbers, including Nashe Si Chadh Gayi, and Maahi Ve from Kal Ho Na Ho. Check out these videos and photos from the party: Also Read – No RRR vs. Gangubai Kathiawadi Now At Box Office: Alia Bhatt Starrer Postpones Release Date To February 18, 2021
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Krystle, one of the bridesmaids, wore a bright orange outfit for the pre-wedding party. In another video that goes viral on Instagram, the bride’s sister, Akansha, was seen dancing to the beats of a dhol.
Anushka and Aditya have been together for a while. The couple were in a committed relationship before deciding to tie the knot this year after postponing their plans for the pandemic. On Thursday evening, Anushka partied with her friends, including Sussanne Khan, Arslan Goni, Aly Goni, Krystle and Vaani. Her pictures from the party surfaced on the internet, and fans assumed they were throwing a bachelorette party for Anushka.
Speaking of becoming a “wife” now and how they limit the wedding to a few close friends and family members, Anushka said recently ETimes, “I never wanted a big, fat wedding, and I’m glad we’re having a small celebration with close friends. Plus, I’m not someone who bothered about her lehenga or who took days to decide on songs for my sangeet! In fact, I wasn’t really thinking about marriage now, but my sister suggested, if not now, when? I come from a family environment in which my parents never made it mandatory to marry at a certain age. It was about work and doing what I like. The feeling of becoming a woman has not yet arrived, but I am glad that I will be with someone I have loved and known for a long time, and everyone around me is happy. That is ideal. “