Celebrity Couples Celebrated Their First Diwali Post-marriage — Transcontinental Times


INDIA: Diwali celebrations commenced a week ahead in B-town and actors took the pledge of hosting extravagant parties, at their places. Manish Malhotra, Ramesh Taurani, Kirti Sabin, Anand Pandit, Ekta Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Amritpal Singh, Bhumi Pednekar, and many others hosted the grand festival at their residence.

Some couples celebrated their first Diwali together after their marriage 

The most loved duo, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, celebrated their first Diwali together as husband and wife, moreover the celebration is even better with the news of their parenthood. Everyone is aware of the Kapoor family’s celebrations of the festival and how ritualistic they are. Even Alia talked about the grand affair at Karan Johar’s talk show.

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Alia explained how systemic the Kapoor family is when it comes to celebrations. She even talked about hubby Ranbir’s wish to host a Diwali party at his residence with his wife Alia. But, as Alia’s due date is near, so mom-in-law Neetu Kapoor managed the entire Diwali celebration. The couple is seen wearing ethnic garments, with Ranbir in a black embroidered kurta and Alia in a fuchsia pink salwar.

As they say, the firsts are always special, so Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, who tied the knot in December last year, celebrated the occasion with their family. Vicky posted a photo of him with his mother doing the puja ritual.

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The couple recently shared couple photos on social media, dressed in contrasting white and gold outfits. Katrina is seen smiling and looking at Vicky. The couple has even been spotted together at many other pre-Diwali parties, walking hand in hand as a match made in heaven.

Photo Credit: Instagram/rajkummar_rao

The one couple who needs no special efforts to look beautiful together, talking of Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha, who tied the knot in November last year, shared a glimpse of their Diwali celebration. The shared photo is worth all the attention because it not only showcases the couple’s goals but also celebrates quality time with their pet.

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Rajkummar is seen holding their baby pet alongside Patralekha. Keeping with minimalistic accessories and make-up, Rajkummar donned an embellished ivory kurta with white pajamas, whereas his wife wore a simple but gorgeous pink saree with frills.

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