Football legend David Beckham is currently in India and has been making the most of his time in the country. He was seen attending cricket World Cup semi-finals in Wankhede on Wednesday.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor hosted an intimate dinner party for the football star on Wednesday night at her Mumbai residence with her husband Anand Ahuja. Now, Bollywood’s King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan is all set to host a grand party at Mannat in honour of Beckham.

According to a report in Pinkvilla, David Beckham is set to grace the grand party hosted by SRK tonight. The party will take place at SRK’s Mannat. Several celebrities are expected to join the party.

Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja host football legend David Beckham, many celebs join their grand dinner bash

At Sonam Kapoor’s party, David opted for a casual look, sporting a black T-shirt paired with matching trousers and sneakers. The actress herself looked stunning in a red silk saree, complemented by a designer white blouse featuring dramatic long sleeves. Anand, her businessman husband, embraced traditional attire, donning a black kurta with a matching jacket and white pants. The trio posed happily together for the paparazzi, showcasing a blend of casual and traditional styles at the celebratory event.

Several inside pictures of the football star with several Bollywood celebrities like Shahid Kapoor, Mira Rajput, Farha Akhtar and others are still doing the rounds on social media.
Meanwhile, on the work front, after the super success of ‘Pathaan’ and ‘Jawan’, SRK is awaiting the release of his upcoming film, ‘Dunki’. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, the film also stars Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal in key roles. It is slated to hit the theatres on December 22, 2023.

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