Gauri invited to Arjun’s B'day party, Shahrukh not

Another friendship in Bollywood has gone kaput and this time it is the two thick pals of Bollywood, Shahrukh Khan and Arjun Rampal drifted apart. Shahrukh who helped Arjun to firm his foot in Bollywood and Arjun who always stood by his best friend is no longer friends today. They are not even in talking terms. SRK is no longer a part of any celebration of Arjun. Arjun Rampl is celebrating his 40th birthday at Marrackesh and unfortunately the superstar is not in the guests list of Mehr Jessia. But the story of Gauri Khan is totally different. Gauri remains to be a thick friend of Gauri and she is heading to Marrackesh three days before the grand celebration.

"And not because SRK has other commitments and cannot be at Marrackesh. This is the alibi that's being set forward for SRK's absence at Arjun's party on 29th. But the truth is, Shah Rukh is no more on talking terms with Arjun. Their wives continue to be thick pals. In fact Gauri Khan is on top of Mehr Jessia's guest list for her husband's birthday party," says our source.

In fact, Gauri made clear to Mehr that her husband is not coming to the bash. The differences between the two actors has scattered their friends circle. Aishwarya and Abhishek Bachchan will not make to the party due to their closeness to Shahrukh. But Hrithik and Suzanne Roshan who is also friends of the Khan will be attending the party.

Whatever equation the husband shared, the girl camp comprises of beauties like Gauri Khan, Susanne Roshan, Mehr Jessia, Chunky Pandey's wife Bhavna and Sanjay Kapoor's wife Maheep continue to be thick friends.

The birthday boy Arjun who will have a working birthday in Kutch for Nikhil Advani’s D-day said about the guest list, "I know Mehr is planning this surprise party for me at Marrackesh which I am not supposed to know about. Who all are coming, I've no clue. I know my wife and daughters will be there."

About turning 40 Arjun said, "Is it really meant to be special? That's what people said when I turned 30. But I guess at 40 you begin to make good use of the experiences that you've gathered over the years. Earlier you are just running around trying to find your bearings."