Aditya Chopra and Rani Mukerji spotted at Karan Johar's house party

The Chopras were seen arriving together at Karan Johar’s residence last night.

Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra is a couple who wish to keep their life low key and doesn't like to get snapped in public hence avoids making many public appearances together.

So we were quite surprised when we got to see the Chopras arriving together at Karan Johar’s residence last night. Probably it was one of those rare days when the husband decided to accompany his wife and we need to thank KJo for making it happen. But then again, why no smile Mr and Mrs Chopra? It was almost like they were waiting to get out of the limelight! 


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Guess that’s exactly how Aditya Chopra has always been…extremely private and reserved Rani had earlier mentioned about that one quality that drew her closer to Adi and make her say yes for married. “It was important for me to get married to someone I love and respect. Being an achiever in acting profession, you seldom get people you can respect. You get people whom you can love, but respect is far and rare. These were two of my criteria and Adi has been someone I have always respected. He is a great entrepreneur and leader who is very encouraging and loyal to his people. These are the things rare in the industry because in a place where people respect you for a Friday, his respect for you is for your craft regardless of the success.”

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