Aman Gill, the acclaimed film producer, recently hosted a spectacular wedding party that illuminated the Bollywood scene. While Aman Gill had privately tied the knot with Amrit Berar on June 7, the couple chose to share their joy with the world a month later, on July 7, by unveiling enchanting photos and videos from their wedding ceremony.
Now, nearly three months after their nuptials, the producer organized a grand wedding party to celebrate their love and union with friends and colleagues from the film industry. The star-studded event saw the attendance of numerous A-list celebrities, adding glamour and charm to the evening.ALSO READ: Manish Malhotra Diwali bash: From Sid-Kiara to Ananya-Aditya; celebs dazzle their ethnic looks
Among the notable personalities who graced the party, rumored lovebirds Aditya Roy Kapur and Ananya Panday made a stylish appearance. Aditya looked dapper in an all-black ensemble, while Ananya opted for a chic white mini-dress, showcasing their effortless elegance.
Shahid Kapoor, accompanied by his lovely wife Mira Rajput, was also in attendance, radiating their undeniable charisma. Varun Dhawan arrived with his better half, Natasha Dalal, further enhancing the glitz and glamour of the evening. The esteemed filmmaker Karan Johar made a fashion-forward statement as he marked his presence at the event.
Adding to the charisma of the evening, the charismatic actor Sidharth Malhotra arrived at the party, sporting a suave black blazer paired with a grey tee shirt, exuding charm and style. Apart from them, Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani also arrived. Bhumi pednekar, Sonam Bajwa, Rohini Iyer and others aslo attended the bash.
For those unacquainted with the couple's wedding, Aman Gill and Amrit Berar chose the picturesque backdrop of a Sikh wedding, celebrating their union with all the traditional rituals and customs that make it a beautiful and heartwarming affair.
Aman Gill's remarkable contributions to the world of cinema are highly commendable, with an extensive portfolio of Punjabi and Hindi films to his credit, including 'Puaada,' 'Shadaa,' 'Jersey,' 'Shehzada,'"Udta Punjab,' and many more.