Karan Johar And Kajol's Sindoor Khela Pictures Are All Things Love; Vermilion Is Officially Our Favourite Colour Of The Week
Every year, Rani Mukerji organises Durgotsava celebrations that see many celebrities in attendance. Being Sindoor Khela, Rani's best friends Karan Johar and Kajol showed up at the pandal and let's say, they had a great time together
Karan Johar and Kajol have been best of friends since Kuch Kuch Hota Hai days. The trio of KJo, Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan has always been hailed for the amazing bond that they share. Though in between, Kajol and Karan's friendship had hit the rock bottom, now everything is fine. The two even played Sindoor Khela together this year and of course, clicked selfies to demonstrate how thick they are as friends. Karan, who is selfie king, clicked quite a few pictures with his favourite and shared on social media.
In one of the pictures, we can see Karan kissing on Kajol's forehead while the other one has them two smiling for the camera. Both were dressed to perfection for the occasion. Kajol chose a beautiful saree in yellow for Sindoor Khela, Karan opted for a kurta in pink. Sindoor Khela is a tradition observed by Bengalis, in which, women generally apply Sindoor to other women. More the sindoor on your face, the longer will be your married life. Though Sindoor Khela is just for women, men too take part in the celebration.
Apart from Kajol, Karan Johar also shared a selfie with Rani Mukerji. All these pictures sure take us back to the golden past of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai days. Just that SRK is missing. Take a look at the pictures below:
Talking about Kajol and KJo's friendship turned sour, it was all thanks to Kamaal R Khan who had claimed that the filmmaker paid him money to say good things about his film above Ajay Devgn's film. But everything is in the past now, and Kajol and Karan are back to being besties.
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