Bollywood couple Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif had a blast on Christmas. The duo organised a bash for their close friends to mark the occasion. And apart from exchanging greetings, and spending time with their loved ones, they also gorged on some yummy food. And why not! After all, let's agree, food happens to be the major highlight of any celebratory event. Do you know who all were a part of the celebrations? Going by the pictures posted on social media, we could see that Neha Dhupia, Angad Bedi, Mini Mathur along with her husband Kabir Khan and family were also there. Coming to the food part now - some exotic drinks also made their way to the celebrations. There was mulled wine and some fruit juices topped with ice. Don't miss the heavenly meat kept on the side.
Mini Mathur also shared some glimpses from the wholesome Christmas party. From a yummy-looking vanilla cake to fancy desserts served in glass shots, the table was loaded with an amazing variety of sweetmeats. The showstopper was the sumptuous cake decorated with edible white cream and icing. The layered desserts with strawberry toppings were served in shot glasses.
Moving ahead. Let us take a look at the elaborate feast. The drool-worthy meal is sure to leave you salivating. There were some fresh and juicy fruits sliced and served on different platters and bowls. We could spot green grapes, dragon fruit, strawberries, and berries. Don't miss the cheese arranged on a flat square board. And apart from a nice preparation of olive, there was finely-sliced bread too. We could also spot some dips alongside. Basically, the spread featured a fine blend of taste and health.
Here are some posts shared by Katrina Kaif from her Christmas celebration.
Well, it is not just Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif who rang into the Christmas fervour. Sharvari Wagh, who is Sunny Kaushal's rumoured girlfriend, shared glimpses of her indulgences and left us hungry. Her Christmas party was all about mouth-watering desserts. There were absolutely enticing cupcakes topped with white cream. There was a plate of Eclairs, a pastry made with choux dough filled with cream and topped with flavoured icing, among other things.
What do you think about the celebrations and foodie trails? Did you also enjoy amazing food on Christmas?