Kareena and Saif ring in Diwali at Prithvi Theatre Festival, others join in
Prithvi Theatre Festival commenced a few days back and yesterday, a day before Diwali, the festival finally saw Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan make time, looking all too pretty.
Usually the first to know about everything happening in town, Shabana Azmi made her way to Prithvi Theatre Festival looking adorable in orange.
Paresh Rawal, known for theatre as much as his movies, was also snapped at the Prithvi Theatre Festival.
Aahana Kumra, who was recently in news for accusing Sajid Khan under #MeToo, also graced Prithvi Theatre Festival.
Gulshan Devaiah, last seen in the web-series Smoke, also made his way to Prithvi Theatre Festival with his wife.
Our favourite Kafur Malik alias Jim Sarbh kept a rustic look with a sweet boy charm as he attended the Prithvi Theatre Festival.
Not only Jim, Kalki Koechlin, who has been often linked with him, came colour co-ordinated with him at the do.
After having directed Jab Harry Met Sejal, Imtiaz Ali reduced social events but Prithvi Theatre Festival was the one he obviously didn't want to skip.
Mithila Palkar, last seen in the Bollywood movie 'Karwaan' which also marked her debut in Bollywood, looked stunning in black.
Similar was the case with Shikha Talsania, who opted for an etereal saree in order to ring in Diwali.
Shahid, Newton and Omerta famed director Hansal Mehta kept it casual in blue and appeared a bit confused or angry or both.
The Prithvi Theatre Festival was elevated as the celebrations began with dhol at the entrance.
It was enhanced as Ila Arun and Divya Dutta got on the dance floor, showing their moves and avatar like never before.
Kareena Kapoor Khan also entered the venue with a bang, and of course, her husband Saif Ali Khan.
Kareena here seems to be busy talking to a friend intensely and now it makes us jealous to the extent that we want to be Karan Johar.
The way Kareena and Saif look at each other is still couple goals and honestly, this is the frame we want to keep on staring.