Inside Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali Party: Kartik Aaryan, Hina Khan, Mouni Roy, Krystle Dsouza And Others Enjoy Their Night AwayTV SerialsTV Shows
Producer Ekta Kapoor like every year had hosted a grand Diwali party. From Kartik Aaryan to Mouni Roy to Hina Khan, everyone celebrated the night away. Here are some inside images posted by Ekta Kapoor
Just like every year, Ekta Kapoor had organised a marvellous celebration for the much loved festival of the year; Diwali. Her name also comes in the ones who are believed to have the biggest parties ever. We will surely have a yes nodded as the biggest names are seen in one frame.
The producer recently posted a carousel if images giving us a sneak peek into the grand celebration like everytime. Well, we are totally connected to see all the A-listers under the same roof.
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In the carousel we have Sanaya Irani, Hina Khan, Sakshi Tanwar, Kartik Aaryan, Krystle Dsouza, Mouni Roy, Tushar Kapoor, and many such well known names of the industry under the same roof in one frame.
All the images are bright vibrant and so full of life just like the lights and beauty of the festival.
On Sunday, Ekta kicked off the Diwali celebrations with an intimate gathering at her house. She posed for the paparazzi with Karishma and Anita. However, the names of her other guests were not revealed.
Ekta will travel to New Delhi next week to receive her Padma Shri. She was conferred with the fourth highest civilian honour last year. According to a report in Outlook, she will be accompanied by her father Jeetendra. The ceremony will take place on November 8.
In a statement after being honoured with the Padma Shri, Ekta said that she was ‘overwhelmed and emotional’. She also recalled her journey in the entertainment industry, where she began working at the age of 17. She constantly heard she was ‘too young’, ‘too raw’ and it was ‘too soon’ to make things happen. Through the years she’s realised it’s never ‘too soon’ to live out your dreams and being ‘too young’ is probably the best thing. Today, as she’s conferred with the 4th highest civilian honor- ‘Padmashri’, she’s humbled,