Karan Johar is among the most prominent names in the film industry. Filmmaker, producer, actor, judge, talk show host, he’s done it all! Now a father to adorable twins Yash and Roohi, the proud dad turned 45 a few days ago and threw a lavish party at his posh Bandra residence. And needelss to say, the party was attenden by all the big names of Bollywood. It was a star studded affair. From Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, the party saw who’s and who of Bollywood. And SRK was there with his son Aryan as well. And the father son duo looked as cool as you can imagine them to be.
The party was the talk of the town, and even after a couple of days it still is a talking point. Pictures frm the party have surfaced everywhere on social media and people can’t get enough of it. However, this one picture, capturing two generations is a rare pick and we are losing our minds over it. In the picture, we can SRK posing with his handsome Son Aryan Khan and Saif Ali Khan’s gorgeous daughter Sara Ali Khan. IIt is a picture perfect moment and we can’t stop gushing about it. In the photo, SRK is seen keeping his hand on son Aryan’s shoulder, whereas Sara is loving kept her hand on SRK’s arm.
Present at the party was also Gauri Khan, who avoided getting clicked by the paparazzi. Interestingly enough, SRK and Gauri came in separate cars and left separately as well. We wonder what’s cooking!
On the work front, King Khan has started shooting for Aanand L. Rai’s directorial at a popular studio in the city. The female lead has not been finalised and the film is slated to release next year in the month of December. Also, his upcoming film is directed by Imtiaz Ali and will see him opposite Anushka Sharma for the third time. The film will be hitting the screens on August 11, 2017.
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