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Kapoor Khandaan comes together for Randhir Kapoor’s 71st birthday

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Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor had special plans for father Randhir Kapoor’s 71st birthday. The entire Kapoor family came together to mark the special occasion.

However we wonder why Saif Ali Khan and his adorable baby Taimur were missing from the scene. Bebo looked gorgeous in black outfit. She completed her looks with minimal make-up and a neat ponytail hair. On professional front Kareena is currently busy with her upcoming movie VEERE DI WEDDING.

Karisma Kapoor was accompanied by her kids Sameira and Kiaan. Karisma looked fiery in orange and red gown. She rounded her look with dewy makeup and red lipstick. Karisma shared a picture on a photo sharing site from inside the party, where Randhir Kapoor is seen cutting the cake as mom Babita cheers him up.

Also present at the party were Randhir’s brother Rishi Kapoor with wife Neetu Singh, sister Reema with husband Manoj Jain, brother Rajiv Kapoor, Kunal Kapoor, Aadar Jain and Armaan Jain.

 

#birthdayvibes ???? @therealkarismakapoor

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Happy birthday papa ??????????#weloveyou#birthdaywishes#ourpapa#familylove @thehouseofpixels

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Babita feeds cake to the birthday boy Randhir Kapoor
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The special birthday cake of Randhir Kapoor presented by his grandchildren
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Kareena looked fabulous in her all black ensemble. Karisma Kapoor poses for cameras along with her kids. Karisma snapped with parents Randhir Kapoor and Babita Kapoor.
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Rishi Kapoor came in along with wife Neetu Singh to join the celebrations, while Reema Kapoor was accompanied by husband Manoj Jain.
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Rajiv and Kunal Kapoor arrive at party
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(All Pic Courtesy: Varinder Chawla) (All Pic Courtesy: Varinder Chawla)
(All Pic Courtesy: Varinder Chawla)
Siblings Aadar and Armaan Jain pose for the cameras
(With inputs from Pooja Sharma)
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