Sonali Kulkarni recently attended the star-studded wedding reception of her ‘Dil Chahta Hai‘ co-star Aamir Khan‘s daughter Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare in Mumbai.
Sonali shared a lovely photo of herself, alongside her husband Nachiket Pantvaidya. Her caption read, “My dear super cool trainer @nupur_popeye and beautiful @khan.ira hearty congratulations … May you two discover the magic of having each other and celebrating each day with gratitude be blessed.Dear Amir … your warmth and humility are just unique … It was one of the most memorable gatherings I have ever attended. Touched. God bless you. Love!!”
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Nupur Shikhare works as a fitness trainer professionally, and as highlighted in Sonali Kulkarni’s post, she is one of his celebrity clients. Additionally, it’s worth noting that Sonali was Aamir Khan’s co-star in the iconic 2001 film ‘Dil Chahta Hai.’

In the pictures, Sonali Kulkarni is seen wearing a green printed silk saree paired with a yellow blouse. She accessorized her look with oxidized jewelry. Sonali kept her hair straight and sleek, letting it fall freely. She chose glamorous makeup, including a maroon lip shade. Her husband Nachiket, an entrepreneur by profession, is dressed in a navy blue suit. The couple is captured affectionately gazing at each other.

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Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare’s reception boasted a star-studded guest list, including prominent figures from the industry. Celebrities like Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Rekha, and Hema Malini were present at the event. The newlyweds had a white wedding ceremony in Udaipur, attended by close friends and family, following a registration ceremony in Mumbai on January 3. Photos and videos from these ceremonies gained widespread attention online. Ira Khan recently shared some unseen photos from her pre-wedding festivities as well.

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