Happy Birthday, Tabu: Farah Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and Madhuri Dixit shower love on the birthday girl

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Bollywood is literally blessed to have an actress like Tabu. The elegant actress has ruled the audience’s heart with her choice of unconventional roles and scripts that stands out. She has played all kinds of role with panache and that’s the reason why her fans can never have enough of her.

Today on the occasion of Tabu’s birthday, several Bollywood celebs took to their social media handles to wish the ‘Andhadhun’ actress.

Choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan shared a lovely throwback picture with Tabu. And wishing on her special day Farah wrote, “Hum Saath Saath Hain! The first time I met her in 1995 at the shooting of Viraasat, and it was as if we were old friends who knew each other since childhood.. n its bn exactly like that 25yrs later… Happy birthday my tabdi.. @tabutiful i lov u n I always let u go coz I know ul always cm back ♥️♥️♥️ #syaaaliiiii”

Madhuri Dixit wishing Tabu on her birthday wrote, Happy Birthday #Tabu. May you continue melting everyone’s heart with your evergreen persona. Many happy returns of the day.”

Ishaan Khatter, who was recently seen alongside Tabu in Mira Nair’s ‘A Suitable Boy’, posted, “Happy birthday legenddd! 💃🏽In the second picture even the rose morphed itself into a heart in the hands of Tabu”


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Happy birthday legenddd! 💃🏽 In the second picture even the rose morphed itself into a heart in the hands of @tabutiful 😎

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Rakul Preet Singh who has worked with Tabu in ‘De De Pyaar De’ also wished her. “Happppy Happppy Bday to the most amazing, ever gorgeous @tabutiful Love you soo much,”Rakul Preet wrote.

On the work front, Tabu was recently seen in TV series ‘A Suitable Boy’. She will be next seen in ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’.

We wish the gorgeous actress a very Happy Birthday and a wonderful year ahead.

Also Read: ‘A Suitable Boy’ Trailer: Tabu and Ishaan Khatter’s chemistry forms the highlight of this Mira Nair adaptation