At Sonakshi's reception party, 'Rang De Basanti' actor Siddharth touched Rekha's feet and posed with his fiancée

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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A huge crowd of film stars gathered at the reception party of Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal. There was another couple in this party on whom all the cameras present there were focused. Siddharth and Aditi gave many poses with Rekha during this time. In all these glimpses, one gesture of Siddharth is winning everyone's heart, in which he is seen touching Rekha's feet in front of the camera.

Let us tell you that many stars like Salman Khan, Rekha, Kajol, Tabu, Richa Chadha, Aditi Hydari, Vidya Balan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Aditi Rao Hydari, Siddharth attended this wedding reception party. Although everyone posed in front of the camera, but what 'Rang De Basanti' actor Siddharth did touched everyone's heart. Now these glimpses are going viral on social media.

Siddharth with his fiancée Aditi Rao Hydari

First of all, Siddharth was seen posing with his fiancée Aditi Rao Hydari. Rekha was also seen with them. Immediately after posing in front of the camera, Siddharth touched Rekha's feet and took blessings from her.

Rekha was seen showering love on Aditi and Siddharth

On this occasion, both Aditi and Siddharth were seen holding Rekha's hand. Rekha was also seen showering a lot of love on both of them. During this, Rekha tried to say through gestures that both of them look very good together. Meanwhile, Siddharth bows down and touches Rekha's feet and then Rekha is also seen blessing him. However, while many people have praised Siddharth's acting, some have also called it overacting.

got engaged in march

Let us tell you that Aditi and Siddharth have been dating each other for a long time. Both of them recently got engaged in a 400-year-old temple in the presence of family members. Recently on March 28, 2024, the couple also shared some posts showing their engagement ring and now Bollywood fans are eagerly waiting for their wedding.

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