Karisma Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan
Karisma Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor KhanVarinder Chawla

Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor and other family members celebrated Randhir Kapoor's 69th birthday on Feb. 15. A picture of the entire Kapoor clan, where Randhir is cutting the cake, has been doing the rounds on social media.

Apart from Randhir's daughters, the birthday bash witnessed Bebo's husband Saif, Neetu Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Reema Jain, Neela Devi, Armaan Jain, Aadar Jain and other family members in attendance. Surprisingly, Ranbir Kapoor and his sister Riddhima were missing from the scene.

Even last year, Ranbir didn't attend the birthday bash of Randhir. Currently, he is busy shooting for Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" alongside Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma. His last film, "Tamasha," was appreciated by audience, however, it turned out to be an average film. He is also shooting for Anurag Basu's "Jagga Jasoos" opposite ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif.

On the other hand, Kareena, despite being busy with her list of films, made it to her father's birthday bash. The actress is currently promoting her upcoming film "Ki and Ka," which will hit the theatres on April 1. In the flick directed by R Balki, Kareena has shared screen space with Arjun Kapoor. She will also appear in "Udta Punjab," along with Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.

Meanwhile, the photo of Kareena, Karisma and other family members with Randhir on his birthday has gone viral on social media. Several photos from the bash have been doing the rounds on internet. Take a look here:

Kareena looked stunning in her black top and denims in her father's birthday party, while sister Karisma too looked pretty in green top and black jeans. Karisma recently created buzz due to her divorce with industrialist Sunjay Kapur.

Kapur had made a lot of allegations in a fresh divorce petition, in which he blamed Karisma for having an extra-marital affair. This didn't go well with father Randhir and he called Sunjay a third-class man.