The week gone by had plenty of Insta-worthy moments from Bollywood – some filled with joy, some with nostalgia. Check out the most viral pictures of the week.
Sonam Kapoor host David Beckham in Mumbai

Football legend David Beckham was in Mumbai city as part of UNICEF programme and it was none other than Sonam Kapoor and her husband Ananad Ahuja who hosted the ace footballer at their Mumbai house.Sharing the pictures from the night, Sonam wrote , “ It was such a pleasure showing you a small taste of India @davidbeckham @davidgardner
Hope you loved India as much as India loves you !
Thank you to my team that’s helped me put it together .”
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu took their daughter Inaaya Naumi Khemu for her first cricket match

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu couldn’t stay untouched from the cricket fever in the World Cup season and made their way to the semi-finals where India took on New Zealand. And with them was their young daughter, for whom it was her first match visit ever. Sharing the pictures, she wrote , “ A day of many firsts – some small, some big – our little girl’s first live cricket match (and what a match!) and Virat’s first to score 50 ODI centuries ! And 7 wickets for Shami – what a star!!! ❤️???????? #indiavsnewzealand#iccmenscricketworldcup2023”

Watch: Soha Ali Khan’s daughter Inaaya sings ‘Happy Diwali’ on her piano

When Zeenat Aman’s son embarrassed her

Zeenat Aman who recently got her eye surgery done after suffering from it for nearly 40 years. She now shared an anecdote when her two sons rampaged the doctor’s clinic. She wrote, “ In every parent’s life there inevitably comes a time when your child embarrasses you.
The year was 1995 and we were off on a family holiday to Mauritius. I had been invited as a state guest to attend an event, and had decided to make the most of my visit by taking the boys along and extending our stay.
It was a summer holiday par excellence. The resort was plush, the food was delicious, the waters were crystal clear, and the boys ran amuck. They spent the better part of each day in the swimming pool, and sure enough, by day five Azaan picked up an ear infection.
Fortunately there was a pristine white infirmary, with a little waiting room and a clinic, attached to the resort. Since I didn’t have a nanny, 5-year-old Zahaan had to tag along with us to his older brother’s doctor’s appointment. I left him seated in the waiting room with a colouring book to keep him busy, while I accompanied Azaan in to see the doctor.
We couldn’t have been gone for more than 20 minutes. It was a relatively minor issue, and the lovely, rather serious doctor, attended to it swiftly. So imagine our surprise when we re-entered the waiting room to find that Zahaan had taken it upon himself to do a little redecorating. He had discovered the clinic’s stamp and an ink pad at the vacant receptionist’s desk and had proceeded to furiously stamp the spotless walls of the waiting room!
I can’t be certain whose jaw dropped further, mine or the good doctor’s. The walls were covered in the smudged violet logo of the clinic! I was horrified, but Zahaan was beaming. Not for long though. The scamp got an earful, and the doctor got my profuse apologies and an offer to pay for the damages.
These pictures are from that trip, and this memory always evokes a laugh. Do you have a memorable story about your child’s antics? Please share them in the comments for us all to read and enjoy.”
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal celebrated Diwali together

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif are one of the most loved couples in the industry today and they are winning hearts with one photograph at a time. Being caught up with their big ticket films like Sam Bahadur and Tiger 3, they managed to took time out to celebrate the festival of light together. Sharing their picture together Vicky wrote, “ हमारी तरफ़ से आपको और आपके परिवार को दीपावली की ढेर सारी शुभकामनाएँ! ✨????”

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