Arbaaz Khan’s wife and make-up artist Sshura Khan celebrated her 31st birthday on January 18. Her birthday bash was attended by Salman Khan, Helen, and Arpita Khan, among other members of the Khan family along with close friends. And now Ridhima Pandit shared a sneak peek into the celebrations by posting a series of inside pictures from Sshura’s birthday bash on social media.
Ridhima’s images captured candid moments of Arbaaz and Sshura coupled with laughter, camaraderie and joy. Wishing Sshura on her birthday, Ridhima wrote, “About last night with our b’day girl Shurie… ☺️💕 Cheers to the hosts who made our night as delightful as their company!”

On Friday, the entire family and close friends gathered to celebrate Sshura’s special day. Atul Agnihotri, Alvira Agnihotri, Vatsal Seth, Baba Siddique and his son Zeeshan Siddique, Chunky Panday, and Govinda’s daughter Tina Ahuja were also present to attend the party.

Salman Khan, Arhaan Khan, Helen & More arrive for Arbaaz Khan’s wife Shura Khan’s birthday bash

Arbaaz and Sshura made a stylish entry and grabbed the attention of everyone present there. The newlyweds smiled for the photographers and even cut a cake together to celebrate her 31st birthday. Arbaaz and Malaika Arora’s son Arhaan Khan also attended the party.

Earlier, Arbaaz shared a mushy picture to wish his wife on her birthday with a sweet note, which read, “Happiest birthday my love Shura. Nobody makes me smile the way you do. You light up my life. I look forward to growing old with you , oops older actually very very old when the universe brought us together it was the best thing that’s ever happened to me. From the first date I knew I was going to spend the rest of my life with you. You continue to amaze me with your beauty and kindness. Every day I’m reminded that saying ” Qubool Hai ” to you were the best words to ever come out of my mouth. Love you to the moon and back .”

Arbaaz and Sshura married in an intimate nikah ceremony on December 24 at the latter’s sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s residence in Mumbai.

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