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After a traditional Catholic wedding at Olive,Bandra,it was time to let one’s hair down at the Amrita Arora-Shakeel Ladak sangeet held at Aurus,Juhu.


March 7, 2009 5:05:55 am

Dancing the night away
After a traditional Catholic wedding at Olive,Bandra,it was time to let one’s hair down at the Amrita Arora-Shakeel Ladak sangeet held at Aurus,Juhu. The glitzy affair was high on glamour,with the who’s who of Bollywood turning up to shower their blessings on the happy couple. Hosted by big sis Malaika Arora Khan and her husband Arbaaz Khan,the eye spotted Salman Khan with arm candy Katrina Kaif,Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan,Priyanka Chopra,Kajol and Tanisha,Dia Mirza,Zayed and Malaika Khan,Twinkle Khanna,Karisma Kapoor,BFF Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan,Suzanne Roshan,Mehr Jesia Rampal,Farhan Akhtar,Sheetal Mafatlal and Dino Morea and Nandita Mahtani.

Malaika and Bebo made it a night to remember for all the guests as they performed with their other halves,Arbaaz and Saif. Their moves got everyone on the dance floor. Unfortunately,the celebrations were not enough to take the limelight off yet another Khan versus Khan bout. It seems Salman,who was already miffed that SRK had been invited,flew off the handle when asked if he was ready to mend fences with Shah Rukh. He even went so far as to abandon girlfriend Kat and take off in an auto-rickshaw. Tut,tut. And we thought weddings are supposed to be happy affairs.

Showstopper Malaika took our breath away,looking resplendent in a red Shantanu-Nikhil lehenga. Even bride Amrita,dressed in a Vikram Phadnis outfit,paled in comparison. Not fair to steal your sister’s thunder,no?

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