Saturday was a glitzy night at the Ambani residence in Mumbai with the creme-de-la-creme of Bollywood arriving to party at the mansion. Kareena Kapoor Khan
(always a stunner) dropped by with her sister Karisma and had generous amounts of stardust sprinkled. Another set of Kapoor sisters were also spotted - Jhanvi and Khushi. The two of Sridevi's daughters have already made it to the list of budding fashionistas and have been attending showbiz parties for a while now. Kareena
opted for a tuxedo dress by Ashish N Soni and pulled it off like a boss, accessorising with a brooch and nude make-up. Karisma chose a monochrome Saint Laurent party pick.
Kareena, Karisma at the Ambani bash
Jhanvi and Khushi stepped in for their fair share of the limelight, looking absolutely chic in smart ensembles - it was a sequin kind of a day for Jhanvi while Khushi stood out in blue separates. Jhanvi and Khushi did it again actually - success for their wardrobe experiments yet again
Jhanvi and Khushi at the Ambani bash
Then there was Malaika Arora, looking like this. Wow.
Malaika Arora at the Ambani bash
If you thought Jacqueline Fernandez would miss the party, you're wrong. She arrived looking drop-dead gorgeous in a pastel coloured floral legenga
and roped in her Judwaa 2
co-star Varun Dhawan to pose for the paparazzi. Then there was Shraddha Kapoor, who experimented with a white shirt and embellished tunic for her outfit and was one of the show stoppers of the evening.
Other stars who decided to let their hair down at the Ambanis' party include Hrithik Roshan, Arjun Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra, Neha Dhupia, Aditya Roy Kapur and Karan Johar. We wonder if Shahid Kapoor is busy with his Padmavati
schedule because his wife Mira was minus the actor.
The party mood is set, actually. We are putting on our party shoes already. Are you too? Tell us in the comments below.
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