Diwali is here, and so are Bollywood parties, the recent celeb to join the list is ace designer Manish Malhotra. Like every year, the designer is hosting a grand Diwali bash at his residence in Mumbai tonight. Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal made a grand entry at the party. Katrina looked pretty in a green saree while Vicky looked dashing, as usual, in a black traditional ensemble. Kajol and Kiara Advani arrived at their festive best. Kajol looked pretty in a black sequin saree, while Kiara Advani looked stunning in a golden sequin saree. Karisma looked stunning red saree. Sara Ali Khan arrived in a golden sequin lehenga and accessorised her look with a choker. BFFs Ananya Panday and Suhana Khan looked stunning in their festive outfits.
Shetty sisters – Shilpa and Shamita – arrived together at the party. Both looked glamorous in their traditional outfits. While Kapoor sisters -Janhvi and Khushi – looked stunning in green and sheer off-white sarees, respectively.
Karan Johar added a little bling to his Diwali wardrobe as he arrived in a bright yellow traditional ensemble. Sidharth Malhotra, on the other hand, kept it simple in a blue ensemble. Kartik Aaryan looked dashing in a white and blue traditional ensemble.
Madhur Dixit arrived with her husband, Shriram Madhav Nene. Neelam Kothari, Salman Khan’s sister Alvira Khan with Atul Agnihotri and Anusha Dandekar were the early guests to arrive at the party. Neelam looked gorgeous in a red sequin ensemble, while Anusha Dandekar looked pretty in a pink lehenga accessorised with a choker necklace. Alvira and Atul Agnihotri looked adorable together as they posed for the shutterbugs stationed at Manish Malhotra’s house.
Manish Malhotra’s cousin Punit Malhotra looked dapper in a kurta paired with black pants. Alia Bhatt’s sister Shaheen Bhatt was also pictured arriving in a black and golden ensemble. Nitasha Nanda was also spotted arriving at the party in a traditional yellow ensemble.
Manish Malhotra has styled and designed for more than thousands of movies and won several awards. He is known for redefining and modernizing how actors look in Indian movies and reviving some of the country’s forgotten crafts.