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Soha Ali Khan learns how to drape a sari from mother Sharmila Tagore on International Women’s Day: Top Instagram moments

Here’s what the Bollywood stars have been doing today

Sagorika Roy Calcutta Published 08.03.24, 05:10 PM
(L-R) Soha Ali Khan with mother Sharmila Tagore

(L-R) Soha Ali Khan with mother Sharmila Tagore Instagram

Soha Ali Khan learnt how to drape a sari from mother Sharmila Tagore on International Women’s Day. “Celebrating Women’s Day with some of my favourite ladies ♥️,” she wrote alongside her photos with Sharmila and daughter Inaaya.

Alia Bhatt flaunted a heart-shaped toy she received on Women’s Day. “My little woman made this for me... & I share this with all of you,” she wrote alongside the picture.

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Ayushmann Khurrana paid a tribute to his late father P. Khurrana on Maha Shivratri by singing a rendition of the Shiv Kailash hymn.

Sara Ali Khan shared behind-the-scenes pictures with director Homi Adajania from the sets of Murder Mubarak. The upcoming Netflix series, also starring Karisma Kapoor, Vijay Varma and Pankaj Tripathi, is scheduled to premiere on March 15.

Kareena Kapoor Khan indulged in lip-smacking food with members of Team Crew on International Women's Day.

Tara Sutaria dropped a video of her rehearsing the song Hallelujah in her hotel room in New York.

Bipasha Basu’s daughter Devi tried her hand at origami and made a bird with some help from father Karan Singh Grover.

Esha Deol posed for the lens in a white sequined dress and penned a heartfelt note on Women’s Day.

Bobby Deol shared a picture with mother Prakash Kaur on International Women’s Day. “Maa ,” he captioned his post.

Surveen Chawla dropped a set of sun-kissed selfies. “I see Daylight ! I see me! And I see each one of you beautiful women around me! Do you see you?,” she wrote alongside her pictures.

Kunal Kemmu offered prayers to lord Shiva on Shiv Ratri with daughter Inaaya, wife Soha Ali Khan and other family members.

Fardeen Khan penned a heartfelt note dedicated to mothers, daughters and sisters on Women’s Day.

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