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Viva Harsha Illuminates Diwali Night with Star-Studded Gala in Hyderabad.

Harsha Chemudu, popularly known as Viva Harsha, turned his Hyderabad residence into a radiant haven during a dazzling Diwali party. The star-studded affair drew luminaries from the Telugu film industry, creating an unforgettable spectacle filled with joy and laughter.

The prestigious guest list included Manoj Manchu, Sundeep Kishan, Aadhi Pinisetty, Satyadev, Panja Vaishnav Tej, Eesha Rebba, Chandoo Mondeti, Suhas, Priyanka Jawalkar, Faria Abdullah, Praveen Sattaru, Sandeep Raj, and Nikhil. Their presence added both glamour and warmth to the celebration, making it a night to remember.

Harsha Chemudu’s residence became the epicenter of unity and camaraderie within the Telugu film fraternity. The Diwali festivities brought together well-known actors, comedians, and filmmakers, showcasing not only their deep bonds but also offering a rare glimpse into the closely-knit entertainment community thriving in the heart of Hyderabad.

The diverse guest list, featuring both established names and rising talents, painted a vibrant picture of a shared celebration of lights. As images and videos from the Diwali bash flooded social media, fans were treated to candid glimpses of their beloved stars reveling in the festivities. The shared moments among these celebrities were marked by genuine joy and festive cheer, reinforcing the strong bonds within the Telugu film industry

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