These celebs were invited to Sonam Kapoor's 34th birthday bash
Bollywood actor Sonam Kapoor turns 34 today. The actor, known for her forever envious fashion game, celebrated her birthday with friends and family. However, on Saturday night, the eve of her birthday, the actor reserved a special dinner outing for the inner-most circle, before her big bash on Sunday. Without further ado, let's take a look at everyone invited to Sonam's special dinner.
Here's everyone on Sonam's special dinner guest list
On Saturday, Sonam hosted a dinner party at Le Cirque Signature restaurant, Mumbai, with her "nearest and dearest." Among family, Anil Kapoor, Sunita Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, and husband Anand Ahuja, were present. The guests also included Anupam Kher, Masaba Gupta, Samyukta Nair, Pooja Dhingra, Kunal Rawal, Shehla Khan, Karan Boolani (who's dating Rhea), and Cookie Boolani.
Visuals from Sonam's birthday were plastered all over Instagram
Here's Sonam snapped with her bestie, Samyukta Nair
Sonam takes you around the dinner table at her birthday
Watch: The cake-cutting for Sonam's 34th
'Happy birthday to my world #GirlfriendForever,' writes husband Anand
Sonam held a separate party at her residence on Sunday
Later on Sunday afternoon, Sonam also hosted a separate birthday get-together at her residence. The guest-list on Sunday included Arjun Kapoor, his rumored girlfriend Malaika Arora, Jahnvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor, Sonam's aunt by marriage Maheep Kapoor, Shanaya Kapoor (Maheep's daughter), KJo, Ananya Pandey, Karisma Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, and Mohit Marwah. Sonam wore a white shirt paired with a shimmery long skirt during this celebration.
Here's a picture of Sonam on Sunday's birthday bash
Sonam to star alongside Dulquer Salmaan in 'The Zoya Factor'
Sonam will next be seen in the Abhishek Sharma's romantic comedy film The Zoya Factor, that is a light adaption of Anuja Chauhan's 2008 eponymous novel. It is slated for a release in September this year. Sonam will star opposite Dulquer Salmaan. Sonam's last release, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, received widespread acclaim for being Bollywood's first mainstream LGBTQ-themed movie.