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How Bollywood Celebrated Halloween

By Rediff Movies
November 01, 2021 13:18 IST
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Bollywood celebrated Halloween with imaginative costumes and posts.

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IMAGE: Neha Dhupia captions the family's Halloween outing -- Angad Bedi and daughter Mehr -- with sweet humour: 'Boo ... clearly half of us had the time to trick and the rest of us were busy with the treat.'
Photograph: Kind courtesy Neha Dhupia/Instagram


IMAGE: Emraan Hashmi and Nikita Dutta know the best way to promote their film Dybbuk.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Nikita Dutta/Instagram


IMAGE: Can you recognise this fun family? Soha Ali Khan, Inaaya and Kunal Kemmu get into the trick or treat spirit.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Soha Ali Khan/Instagram


IMAGE: Who is Sunny Leone dressed up as?
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram


IMAGE: Daniel Webber is The Joker, daughter Nisha is Raya from the film Raya And The Last Dragon, son Asher impersonates Blippi while Syunny's other son Noah becomes a skeleton.
And Sunny? She is the Mad Hatter from Alice In Wonderland.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram


IMAGE: Lisa Ray, husband Jason Dehni and daughters Sufi and Soleli opt for an Egyptian look.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Lisa Ray/Instagram


IMAGE: Sophie Choudry is 'bewitching'!
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sophie Choudry/Instagram


IMAGE: 'Sshhh! Or the voices in my head will have to shout,' says Jennifer Winget
Photograph: Kind courtesy Jennifer Winget/Instagram


IMAGE: Karan Tacker wants us to guess the movie character he's dressed up as. He's put in so much effort, Johnny Depp would be impressed!
Photograph: Kind courtesy Karan Tacker/Instagram


IMAGE: Kriti Kharbanda shares a throwback pic from the promotions of Pagalpanti.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Kriti Kharbanda/Instagram


IMAGE: Tannaz Irani turns into Maleficent.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Tannaz Irani/Instagram


IMAGE: Maria Gorettiz dresses up her home instead, and writes, 'According to a theory, the tradition of Halloween originated from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain .. It was on the boundary night between summer and winter .. I never celebrated this as a kid, I just saw it in the movies, and used to think what crazy fun!
'But (Maria and husband Arshad Warsi's son and daughter) Zeke and Zene do, with much merriment... I think you must celebrate what brings you joy, always...'
Photograph: Kind courtesy Maria Goretti/Instagram


IMAGE: Tanishaa Mukerji celebrates with RJ Gaurav Sharma.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Tanishaa Mukerji/Instagram


IMAGE: Divya Dutta gets masked up.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Divya Dutta/Instagram





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