Following TV czarina Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali bash a few days ago, popular TV actress Aamna Sharif also hosted a Diwali bash, which saw a few of her close friends from the TV industry. The list included Karishma Tanna, Mouni Roy, Arjun Bijlani and more. While the hostess Aamna looked gorgeous in a pink lehenga, styling it with a diamond necklace, her guests too grabbed our attention in their stunning avatars. Also adding more spice to the party was the actresses breaking into a dance, flaunting their gorgeous outfits.
We got a glimpse inside the bash all thanks to actor Arjun Bijlani who gave a sneak peek of it. Arjun shared videos of Mouni and the rest of the actresses and the host Aamna as well dancing on the popular dance number Bole Chudiyan from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Also seen accompanying them was stylist Anuradha Khurana. Besides these gorgeous ladies' dance videos, the actor has also shared a video of actor Aamir Ali dancing to Burj Khalifa from Akshay Kumar’s movie, Laxmii. Arjun was accompanied by his wife Neha Swami for the Diwali bash.
Karishma Tanna looked royal in a black designer outfit with a statement choker necklace, check out all the videos below-
Before the COVID-19 lockdown, Aamna Sharif was seen playing the iconic vamp role of Komolika in the reboot version of Kasautii Zindagi Kay 2. She replaced Hina Khan who was initially playing the role. Hina had to quit the show due to other work commitments. ALSO READ: Diwali 2020: Ankita Lokhande Schools Boyfriend Vicky Jain 'Baby, You Don’t Talk Like This On Social Media’ In A Video From Diwali Party- WATCH
However, after the lockdown, as the show registered low TRPs, the makers had to wrap up the show. ALSO READ: Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2: After Bidding Farewell, Aamna Sharif Says Relationships Are Permanent; Shares Lovely House Party Photos With Parth Samthaan, Karishma Tanna
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