How Manish Malhotra’s party was lit up by Shloka Ambani and Radhika Merchant

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How Manish Malhotra's party was lit up by Shloka Ambani and Radhika Merchant

On Thursday night, Manish Malhotra, a fashion designer, threw a celebrity-studded Diwali celebration at his home. The A-list of Bollywood gathered under one roof to celebrate the occasion, including Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, as well as Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
Along with Radhika Merchant, Anant Ambani’s fiancée, Shloka Ambani, the wife of Akash Ambani, also attended the glamorous event. In 2019, Radhika and Anant Ambani were engaged.

For the occasion, Shloka Ambani wore a shimmering saree with extensive embroidery. In the three-toned attire, she looked stunning. She selected a diamond choker with elegant earrings from the accessory area.

For the evening, Radhika Merchant chose an ivory-colored lehenga ensemble. She added a striking choker set to finish her appearance. Radhika Merchant decided a dewy touch for her makeup. Online images and videos show the two arriving at the celebration.

In 2019, Shloka wed Akash Ambani, the oldest son of Mukesh Ambani. Prithvi Akash Ambani, the couple’s first child, was born in December 2020.

Karan Johar, Kajol, Madhuri Dixit, Ananya Panday, Aditya Roy Kapoor, and the Kapoor sisters, Janhvi and Khushi, were also present at Manish Malhotra’s star-studded Diwali party. Suhana Khan, the daughter of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, also participated in the starry night. Suhana will make her Bollywood debut in the Zoya Akhtar-directed film The Archies. Amitabh Bachchan’s niece Navya Naveli Nanda showed up at the designer’s Mumbai residence with Shanaya Kapoor.
This year, Diwali will be celebrated on October 24.

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