While many of our favourite Bollywood celebrities are vacationing to ring in the New Year 2021, soon-to-be-parents Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan invited few family members and friends for an intimate dinner. Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu attended the New Year get-together along with actors Kritika Kamra and Shikha Talsania (of Veere Di Wedding fame). Soha Ali Khan shared a glimpse of the lavish dinner table set up the hosts that adorned an exquisite spread of food paired with wine.
Soha Ali Khan shared a video on her Instagram account, which gave us a sneak-peek into the fare. The dinner table was decorated with candles and a large spread of food, the menu of which was seemingly curated by Kareena Kapoor. Soha Ali Khan also shared a picture of the menu and wrote ‘Food Coma’ while tagging Kareena Kapoor Khan.
The vast menu was titled ‘New Year 2021’ and comprised a list of Entree, Main Course and Dessert. Lentil salad, Chicken Liver, Beluga Caviar and Smoked Salmon were served as starters. The main course section had Roast Duck, Lasagna, Carrots and Cabbage, and Roast Potatoes. The New Year meal was finished off with sweet desserts comprising Cheese, Walnut Pie and Strawberries. We believe Soha that this yummy meal is enough to put you into a ‘food coma’.
Soha also shared a picture with Kunal Kemmu wishing him a Happy New Year.
And, Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan ended the night snuggling in their bed with Taimur Ali Khan. She shared a post with caption: “Ending the year snuggling and cuddling trying to force the boys into a perfect picture.. 2020 would not have been possible without the two loves of my life… marching ahead… to new beginnings. Stay safe my friends… Love and hope from us. We love you all…Happy new year.
On that not, we wish you all a very Happy New Year 2021!
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