Bollywood Celebrities Attends Wedding Reception of Sooraj Barjatya’s Son

Bollywood celebs Salman Khan, Shahid Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Tabu and Raveena Tandon, alongside a few others, attended the star-studded wedding reception of filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya’s son Devaansh.
Bollywood Celebrities Attends Wedding Reception of Sooraj Barjatya’s Son

Bollywood celebs Salman Khan, Shahid Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Tabu and Raveena Tandon, alongside a few others, attended the star-studded wedding reception of filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya's son Devaansh. Devaansh, a budding director, married Nandini on November 22.

Shahid glanced smart in a black pant shirt combo matched with a silver-hued coat. Abhishek, then again, wore a dark bandgala suit. Raveena postured for the paparazzi with her better half in a silver dress.

Anil Kapoor was seen in a dapper suit while Salman Khan's dad and author Salim was additionally observed. Subhash Ghai and Tabu additionally attended the reception. Rekha and Hema Malini glanced dazzling in golden and pink saris respectively. Beside show up was Salman Khan who presented in a black suit and had Madhuri Dixit for company.

Sooraj Barjatya, who made Salman a star with Maine Pyar Kiya, is known for his spotless, the family-oriented cinema. The lead of his film is frequently called Prem – a well, practically timid man who loves his family, respects ladies and fortunes his qualities. Discussing Prem, Sooraj had prior told HT, "He represents a particular character and how boys in society should be. All the characters have filtered down from Prem in Maine Pyar Kiya."

"Prem signifies a man who has his basics right, who's traditionally rooted, has fun but loves to be with his family and is good at heart. When we were working on the script of Maine Pyaar Kiya, we were thinking about the name we should give to the hero. There were options like Gaurav, Pratap and even Raj. This is before Shah Rukh Khan came. So, 'Raj' was also there as an option," he had told about the origin of Prem to PTI.

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