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Alia, Varun, Sidharth and Karan celebrating Diwaali and 5 years of Student Of The Year. Instagram
  • Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra started their career in Bollywood together with the movie Student Of The Year.
  • The trio shares their happiness on social media along with the film’s director Karan Johar.

The date of completion of Five years of Student Of The Year Coincided with Diwali

Karan Johar and his favourite students Alia, Varun and Sidharth were very happy about the fact that Student Of The Year completed its five years on Diwali.

They not only shared about the happiness on this occasion but praised each other for being good friends in the past five years of the Bollywood industry. They celebrated Diwali together with Karan Johar and shared the moments with their fans on social media. Take a look at tweets by Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra-


Alia Bhatt expressed her gratitude towards Karan Johar for supporting her in her debut in the Bollywood industry.

Varun Dhawan tweets about the occasion as a special day as he started his career five years back on the same day.

Whereas Sidharth Malhotra tweets about the nervousness n the first day on the sets of Student Of The Year.

Whereas Director of the movie Karan Johar shared a picture from the movie and stated about the bond he has with the team of the ‘Student Of The Year’.

-prepared by Pragya Mittal of NewsGram | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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