Saif Ali Khan grows younger as he turns 46; celebrates birthday with family
Actor Saif Ali Khan, who turned a year older on 16 August, rang in the new year with a celebratory bash at his Bandra residence.
Actor Saif Ali Khan, who turned a year older on 16 August, rang in the new year with a celebratory bash at his Bandra residence. The Nawab looked his royal best in a white ensemble.
Son Ibrahim Ali Khan, mother Sharmila Tagore, sister Soha Ali Khan with husband Kunal Khemu and sister-in-law Karisma Kapoor were those present among the others guests at the party. Only daughter Sara Ali Khan, who is rumoured to be entering Bollywood soon, seemed missing on Khan's big day.
Karisma Kapoor shared a picture of the birthday celebrations with sister Kareena Kapoor Khan and the birthday boy on Instagram.
The Zubeidaa actress also shared a picture of the look she sported for the celebrations.
#blackisbest✔️#lbd#redlips💋#classic#chic #McQueen👗#louboutin 👠##chanel👛 A photo posted by KK (@therealkarismakapoor) on
Saif Ali Khan has just recuperated from a surgery after injuring his thumb during the shoot of an upcoming film. The Tashan actor will next be seen in Vishal Bharadwaj's Rangoon.
Meanwhile, the actor is awaiting the birth of his first child with Kareena Kapoor Khan.
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