Raksha Bandhan 2020: Riddhima shares selfie with Ranbir Kapoor, bonhomie of Ayushmann Khurrana’s youngsters ends in ladoo battle – bollywood

Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima Sahni Kapoor’s Raksha Bandhan celebrations.

With the whole country celebrates Raksha Bandhan on Monday amid the exigencies of coronavirus pandemic, Bollywood celebs have also been sharing snapshots of their celebration.

Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, who has been in Mumbai by her mom Neetu Kapoor’s side considering that Rishi Kapoor’s demise in April, shared a collage with photos of her brothers. She also shared a selfie with her brother, actor Ranbir Kapoor, which was a minute from their celebration. “Happy Rakhi love you,” she wrote with the image.

 

 

In her collage, Ranbir showcased along with cousins Armaan and Aadar Jain, Nikhil Nanda and other folks. Riddhima typically shares Instagram updates about her mom Neetu and brother Ranbir. The relatives just lately hosted an personal birthday occasion for Neetu Kapoor, which was attended by Karan Johar and Agastya Nanda, between many others.

One particular family members, meanwhile, that genuinely celebrated the festival as it is intended also was actor Ayushmann Khurrana’s. Sharing images of her young children Virajveer and Varushka celebrating the festival and hugging every other, actor’s spouse Tahira Kashyap wrote, “And correct after clicking these pictures I was pulling them apart… a battle in excess of ladoo rather a great deal summed up their priorities #rakshabandhan #rakhi.”

Tahira normally shares hilarious posts about bringing up her two little ones. Talking about young children keeping at dwelling for the duration of the pandemic, she had composed, “Kids provide pleasure …true … but uniformed young children convey even much more pleasure to mothers!! Kab khulega school😩! Kab aayenge woh din😩 #momsplea #momsplight #sweetmiserytattoo.”

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Recently, she shared throwback photographs with daughter Varushka from the Caribbean and wrote, “Throwback with my tiny antithesis. She certainly likes to costume up and generally has an feeling on what I don. And I can see the foreseeable future in which she is likely to get truly upset when she will get my pajamas and shorts as her hereditary prosperity! Until then it is these pouts and beautiful memories.”

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