It’s always fun and exciting to go on an outing with friends and family. Whether it’s a celebrity or a common man, it’s the same with everyone and recently, these actresses had a good time together.
The Indian Accent held a special dining session last night in preparation for the opening of its Mumbai location. The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center’s new restaurant’s opening was attended by Bollywood actresses. The actresses then posted photos from their outing on their social media feeds.
On August 8, Karisma Kapoor, Tanvi Azmi, Shabana Azmi, Dia Mirza, Vidya Balan, Divya Dutta, Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Tanvi Azmi and Konkona Sen Sharma spent the evening together at NMACC’s Indian Accent. Shabana Azmi organised an all-women dinner at the recently inaugurated Indian Accent at Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre.
As they all posed for selfies and joked around with one another, the actresses looked to be wearing casual attire.
A few of the actresses who attended the event posted snippets of the all-feminine dinner on their social media handles with captions just after the exit.
Karishma Kapoor posted 2 of these group pictures and a happy boomerang captioned with “laughter and love 💕”
Shabana Azmi shared a quick Instagram video showing how the group attempts to take a picture in front of the food court. Along with Shabana, actress Dia Mirza used her Instagram to promote the enjoyable evening the women had! Celebrating the energy that our community symbolises, Mirza captioned two of the photographs she included in her post. Another wonderful evening of pleasure and laughter.
Vidya Balan, Karishma Kapoor, Divya Dutta, Tanvi Azmi, Shabana Azmi and others look so happy and share a good laughter session with the all-girls gang while making a video and boomerang together. The actresses can be seen caught candidly and they even posed for the pictures and looked like everyone had a good time laughing and spending time with each other together!
After dinner, the women could be seen amusingly posing for photographs and captures outside the restaurant. As seen in the images, the eleven women certainly did set high standards for friendship.
The girl gang was also shown saluting the camera in Shabana Azmi’s Instagram post as they sat at the eatery. She commented, “What’s the salute for? I have no idea!” in the caption. “But it was the best night ever with fine dining of the supreme kind at #Rohit Khattar’s newly opened #Indian Accent at #NMACC. Rush there now for the best food in town”.
Indian Accent is a restaurant in Delhi and it was rated 19th among the top 50 restaurants in Asia in March 2023. Chef Manish Mehrotra and Rohit Khattar are in charge of Indian Accent. The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) at BKC will host its launch in Mumbai.