Images: Kareena, Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khan's party

Almost all of Bollywood's famous faces turned up to celebrate the momentous occasion with the Khans and their families.

FP Staff December 23, 2012 13:02:06 IST
Images: Kareena, Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khan's party

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Kareena, Saif Ali Khan and Karisma Kapoor. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

(L) Kiran Rao and Aamir Khan. (R) Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira and his ex-wife Reena Dutta. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Imran Khan and Aamir Khan. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Karan Johar, Sidhdharth Malhotra with Zoya Akhtar. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Ekta Kapoor with Priyanka Chopra. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

Varun Dhavan with Alia Bhatt. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

Images Kareena Saif attend Imran and Aamir Khans party

(L) Kabeer Khan, (R) Vishal & Rekha Bhardwaj. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost

 

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