Salman Khan’s sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s wedding has been the wedding of the year. Right from the day of announcement of Salman’s baby sister Arpita’s wedding, everything was in news from the list of pre wedding events to the post wedding fun. The grand wedding is still buzzing and for our audience here we bring to you the best moments of Arpita Khan Sharma and Aayush Sharma‘s wedding. Covering all the ceremonies from mehendi to sangeet, wedding-to-wedding reception.
The Khan Family in one Frame
More often than not do we get to see the notable families captured in one frame? After long years, the Khan generations came together on the occasion of their princess Arpita’s pre and post wedding ceremonies. It was a delightful sight to see Salim Khan with his entire family; sons, daughters- in- law, daughter, sons-in-law and grandsons.
Salman Makes Katrina Blush
Salman Khan made for a frolic atmosphere during the post wedding function. As the woofers played ‘Chikni chameli’ Salman requested Karan Johar to get Katrina Kaif on stage. The actress however got too shy and hid behind Karan Johar. To make things more embarrassing for Katrina, Salman said, “Ok fine, not Katrina Kaif, Katrina Kapoor come on the stage.” Katrina went all red and she finally joined him on stage blushing. Well, this was not all; he further continued saying that, “What can I do? I gave you a chance to become Katrina Khan but you chose to be Katrina Kapoor.” The actress took it sportingly and danced with him.
Salman Khan Lost His Cool
when Salman Khan came to know that the designers, Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla uttered some demeaning words to her sister, when she talked to them about the ill fitting of her wedding outfit, The actor got furious and went on to take a dig at the designer duo, who reportedly are said to have turned towards Jaya Bachchan for help.
Loving brother, Salman along with her sister Alvira went to personally invite our respected Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. It was a gold-plated invitation card with beautiful rose print, which is presented in a box with the initials of the bride and the groom.