Shilpa Shetty’s Diwali Bash At Juhu Saw B-Town Stars Get Together In A Casino Themed Evening

With the iconic Mannat gorgeously decked up and a plethora of stars gracing the moment, Shah Rukh Khan’s Diwali bash was one hell of a party. However, Shah Rukh, who turned 53 last week, wasn’t the only B-Town celebrity to celebrate the festival of lights by hosting a get-together.

Just a day after SRK’s gala on Saturday, Bollywood diva Shilpa Shetty threw one of her own on Sunday. Along with hubby Raj Kundra, the actress welcomed the biggies of the industry to her sea-facing house in Juhu, Mumbai.

To add to the entertainment, the evening was themed as ‘Casino Night’ which saw the guests involve themselves in playing cards and 7 Up 7 Down Dice Game.

Talking about the stars who rocked the occasion, there were plenty of them. Filmmaker Karan Johar, who is also a dear friend of Shilpa Shetty, made a stunning appearance in a black Manish Malhotra sherwani.

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Salman Khan chose a casual look with a blue tee and jeans. But trust me, he nailed that one!

Bhai also had a beautiful moment with Shilpa’s mom which cannot be missed.

Salman’s brother Arbaaz, was also there at the party with his gorgeous girlfriend Georgia Andriani.

Jacqueline Fernandez was a sight to behold.

Singer Guru Randhawa added some more charm to the evening.

Not only Bollywood but there was some hint of cricket too! Bhajji Pa posed for some of the best pictures at the bash. Wife Geeta Basra tagged along.

The ever-so-stunning Sushmita Sen walked in with her rumoured boyfriend, Rohman Shawl. And you got to admit, the couple looked a dashing Jodi in black!

Some more prettiness in the name of ‘Mahenjodaro’ actress, Pooja Hegde.

Here is Preity Zinta posing for the shutterbugs!

Shilpa’s sister Shamita Shetty matched her in the dressing game.

Give it up for Chunky Pandey or ‘Akhree Pasta’, as we know him. 😛

Bollywood’s definitely having the time of the year. And guess what? With Christmas and New Year all lined up, we can happily say ‘Abhi toh party shuru hui hai!’.