A screen-shot of images shared by the celebrities on social media.
Weekend is here and it seems Bollywood celebrities are in a mood to party.
And it is no less than a feast for the eyes when you get to see divas like Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra Jonas partying together under one roof.
On Friday, celebrity manager Rohini Iyer hosted her birthday bash in Mumbai. From Priyanka, Katrina, to Kriti Sanon. Ekta Kapoor, Tahira Kashyap and Huma Qureshi, several celebs marked their presence at the party.
A lot of pictures and videos are doing the rounds on the internet in which they all can be seen sharing smiles with each other.
Priyanka turned up for the party in a yellow top and pants. Katrina was seen in a short black dress.
Sharing a glimpse from Rohini's birthday celebrations, Huma took to Instagram and wrote: "What a fun night."
Not only this, several celebrities were seen spotted at Kartik Aaryan's 29th birthday bash on the same day.
Ananya Panday, Kiara Advani, Kriti, Nupur Sanon, Janhvi Kapoor were gathered together at Kartik's party.
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