Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor party with his sister Riddhima on her birthday, watch mom Neetu dancing

Actor Rishi Kapoor’s daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni turned 40 on Tuesday. On the event, many members of the Kapoor household acquired collectively to have fun her birthday. Riddhima posted photos from the bash.

The spotlight of the celebrations was a particular dance tribute by household and pals. Sharing a video, Riddhima wrote: “Best birthday surprise! Fab u guys Thank you everyone.” The video, shot by all its contributors whereas at their respective properties, reveals them dancing to hit ’70s quantity from Qurbaani – Aap Jaisa Koi – sung by Pakistani pop singer, Nazia Hassan. Riddhima and Ranbir Kapoor’s mom, actor Neetu Kapoor, will also be seen swaying to the beats of the track. Also featured are Ranbir and Alia Bhatt, Riddhima’s aunt Reema Jain and her son, actor Armaan.

Riddhima additionally shared a collage which options Kareena Kapoor, Karisma Kapoor and Alia, other than Riddhima. She wrote: “Welcoming the 40s – New beginnings new ideas new energy! Bring it on.”

On Monday, Riddhima’s businessman husband Bharat Sahni shared a throwback image of them collectively and wrote excitedly about his spouse turning 40. He mentioned: “Countdown to 40! #FabAtForty @riddhimakapoorsahniofficial.” While she is in an orange lehenga, he has a blue sherwani on.

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Six days earlier than Riddhima’s birthday, he had additionally posted a household image, of a party hosted by Riddhima’s cousin Nitasha Nanda. He had written: “Thank you Tashu. The foods never been better! #Countdown #to #Ridds #Birthday #Big40.” The image confirmed Riddhima, Bharat, their daughter Samara, Neetu, Nitasha, Armaan, Anissa Malhotra, Reema Jain, Randhir Kapoor and others.

Riddhima, although based mostly in Delhi, spends a substantial period of time in Mumbai with her mom. Her Instagram is stuffed with photos with her massive household.

Reference: HT

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