Sumeet Raghavan Celebrates 'Shava Shava' Victory with Friends

Pics: Rons Bantwal
for Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai (AF)

Mumbai, Feb 20: One man who didn't need a reason to throw a party in the weekend was Sumeet Raghavan. The over joyed man threw a bash to celebrate victory on winning Say Shava Shava on NDTV Imagine with close friends and family. Held at Mainland China in Andheri, lot of telly celebs poured in to congratulate the man. 

Sudhanshu Pandey with wife Mona and Murli Sharma with Ashwini Kalsekar were among the first ones to drop in. Divya Dutta too came in for what can be called a cameo appearance. Juhi Parmar came in with her look alike sister and was evidently having a ball of a time dancing on the floor with Mouni Roy. Smita Bhansal and Mouli Ganguli were seen busy chatting away. Shashi and Anu Ranjan gave a short appearance while Sumeet himself was the first one to dance away. The DJ sure had some tough competition when Sumeet took over the mike and gave live performances on songs like mast kalandhar etc which the guests seem to be enjoying more.

Other celebs who were present at the party were Sachin, Ali Asgar, Narayani Shastri who came in with friend(minus Gaurav), JD Majethia and Deven Bhojani who walked in with respective families, Rajeev and Delnaaz Paul, Smita Bhansal, Suchitra Bandekar etc. 


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