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Recently, Tania Shroff, girlfriend of Ahan Shetty celebrated her 26th birthday bash with full dhamal and masti. The next-gen of star kids attended her party, including Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, Shanaya Kapoor and many more. And the internet is still drolling over Tania's jungle-themed birthday bash celebrations, in the new pictures shared by Tania Shroff's best friend, Orry, aka Orhan Awatramani.
Orry took to his IG stories and posted a series of photos from Tania's jungle-themed birthday bash. In the first picture, he was seen posing with the birthday girl, Tania, as she hugged a giraffe. The party was decorated with natural plants, giving out jungle vibes with people dressed up in animal prints. In another photo, we spotted Tania lying on a zebra back with Orhan.
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We also loved Orhan look as he was dressed in a tiger-printed shirt and styled it with brown-hued cargo pants. Orhan also posted photos with Khushi Kapoor, Tanya Ghavri, Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan, Shanaya Kapoor, Tania's boyfriend, Ahan Shetty and his sister, Athiya Shetty.
Another highlight of Tania's birthday bash was her unique ham-themed cake. While it looked strange, Tania enjoyed the cake and looked super happy. Another highlight of her birthday bash was the arrangement of 'egg in the nest' themed finger food.
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Not many know Tania Shroff is a billionaire heiress. She is born to her industrialist parents, Jaidev and Romila Shroff. Tania's father is the global CEO of UPL Limited, a company that offers sustainable agriculture products and solutions across India and internationally. She is also the girlfriend of Ahan Shetty, the son of Bollywood actor, Suneil Shetty.
What do you think of Tania's jungle-themed birthday bash?
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