- Giorgia was dressed in a powder blue lehenga
- Arpita and Alvira welcomed Ganpati
- Arbaaz was previously married to Malaika Arora
On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan Sharma welcomed Ganpati home on Thursday morning. They puja was attended by her family members like Salim Khan, Helen, Seema Khan, Sohail Khan, Alvira Agnihotri and Arbaaz Khan. Arbaaz's plus one at the party was Giorgia Andriani, whom he is rumoured to be dating. Arbaaz and Giorgia posed for the paparazzi together outside Arpita's home. Giorgia was dressed in a powder blue lehenga set and looked beautiful. She was all smiles for the cameras. Arbaaz Khan's ex-wife actress Malaika Arora joined the festivities in the evening. Meanwhile, other members of the Khan family like Salman and Salma Khan gave the puja a miss. Arpita's husband Aayush Sharma, whom Salman is launching in Bollywood with Loveratri, was also there.
Take a look at Arbaaz Khan and Giorgia Andriani's pictures here.
Malaika made a stunning entry while sister Amrita Arora joined her at the puja.
Arpita and Alvira welcomed Ganpati.
We also caught a glimpse of Salim Khan and Sohail.
Helen was also there:
Dia Mirza came with her husband Sahil Sangha.
Other guests included Chunky Panday's niece and nephew Ahaan and Alanna Panday and Maheep Kapoor.
Arbaaz Khan and Giorgia Andriani trended a great deal earlier this week for their outings. First, the rumoured couple met Arbaaz's son Arhaan and later, they were spotted with Amrita Arora and her husband Shakeel Ladak. Amrita is Malaika Arora's sister. She and Arbaaz divorced in 2017.
Here are the pictures from their outings.
Arbaaz and Giorgia Andriani reportedly started dating recently. She is an Italian model and also frequently spotted with the Khandaan at their family functions.
Arbaaz Khan married to Malaika Arora in 1998. They separated mutually in 2016 and got divorced a year later. However, the ex-couple have still maintained a cordial relationship. Their son Arhaan lives with Malaika.
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