Ankita Lokhande and her husband, businessman Vicky Jain threw a Holi party for their friends and family. The couple hosted their first Holi party last year and have continued the tradition this year as well. Tusshar Kapoor and his little son Laksshya Kapoor, Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Banerjee, Teejay Sidhu and Karanvir Bohra, Yuvika Choudhary attended the Anvi Ki Raas Leela event organized by the couple. (Also Read: Ankita Lokhande opens up about resolving conflicts with husband Vicky Jain: ‘There are misunderstandings but…’,
The actor shared a post on Instagram of himself and Vicky getting ready to welcome their guests. He wrote, “Another year, another #AnViKiRasleela! Happy Holi to all (colorful heart emoji).” Ankita and Vicky wore matching yellow outfits for the bash. Ankita wore a bright yellow saree which she paired with earrings and a pair of sunglasses. During this, Vicky wore a yellow kurta with a white pajama set and sneakers. He also wore a pair of dark sunglasses.
Before the start of the event, Ankita and Vicky appeared in front of media and photographers and applied color on each other’s face. The video was later shared on a paparazzo account.
Ankita and Vicky got married on December 14, 2021, after dating each other for a few years. This is the second Holi of both of them together. Tusshar Kapoor and his little son Laksshya Kapoor pose for pictures before the party Actors Teejay Sidhu and Karanvir Bohra come out for pictures after playing Holi with some colours.
Recently, Ankita spoke to Hindustan Times about her relationship with Vicky after marriage. She said, “I think it’s very important to have patience in a relationship, any relationship for that matter. I’ve never been the kind of girl who you know have the patience to understand people, I do what I want. But, along with Vicky (Jain), he made me understand that it is important to understand your partner as well, and understand what he is going through.
He also said, “It’s not always your point of view, there has to be a balance. The most important tool for resolving a conflict is communication. You need to hear the other person’s story, you can’t put it on the other person. My Paas has grown and matured in this relationship. I understand him more. After a point, you understand so much that there is no conflict.”