Rumoured lovers Ranbir, Katrina at Bachchans Diwali bash

Ranbir katrinaRanbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif made their first public appearance together at the Diwali bash. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)

Bollywood's rumoured couple Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif made their first public appearance together at the Diwali bash hosted by the Bachchan family on Sunday (November 3).

PHOTOS: Katrina, Ranbir, Shah Rukh celebrate Diwali together at the Bachchans

The grand bash was attended by Shah Rukh Khan, wife Gauri, actress Anushka Sharma to name a few.

Ranbir and Katrina arrived in the same car with a friend for the bash.

Katrina Kaif looked beautiful in a bright orange 'lehenga choli' while Ranbir went ethnic.

Big B took to Twitter in the wee hours to inform about the Diwali bash - "The diwali 'shagun' continues and my greatest joy to see the entire fraternity colleagues in the house with warmth and love !!," he posted.

Big B also posted an account of the party on his blog especially for his fans. "What was the joy of course was the coming over of the entire fraternity in their traditional best to bring in the greetings, to join in with us at the house and spend this large amount of time in the glory and the warmth of the festival in celebration."

The actor clearly seemed touched at having his guests celebrate the festivities in his home.

"But really it was wonderful to see all, from Shah Rukh to Katrina to Anushka to Ranbir and everyone, all .. relaxed and in comfort of the auspicious moment, in the comfort of each other, of their laughter and camaraderie .. a warmth in my heart ," posted Big B on his blog.

Shah Rukh Khan, who along with wife Gauri and sister attended the party, thanked the Bachchan family - Big B , Jaya Bachchan, their son Abhishek and Daughter-in-law Aishwarya.

"Dignity...class....graciousness...will always stand apart. Thanx Mr. Bachchan Jaya Aunty Abhishek & Aish for a great evening & morning..!," tweeted Shah Rukh this morning.

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