A grand birthday bash was planned for Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan on his 70th birthday.
On Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's birthday, the actress was honoured by the French government for her contribution to art.
This year's Diwali was celebrated by the Bachchans in style with the who's who of the film industry, close friends and family.
So now, it is little Aaradhya's turn to celebrate her first birthday with gusto.
But here's some news that Aaradhya would not have appreciated had she been a little older than just 1.
The Bachchan family plans to have a quiet birthday celebration of Abhishek and Aishwarya's first born who turns a year old on November 16.
Grandfather Amitabh Bachchan wrote in his official blog, "All your wishes for Aaradhya’s birthday, her first, and therefore full of special effects and wishes. Thank you so much for it …"
Since her birth the family has been fiercely guarded about the latest member. For her first birthday too the Bachchans plan to keep it a private and family affair.
"It will be just the family including my parents," Aishwarya told reporters at an event on November 14.
Abhishek and Aishwarya got married in 2007 and welcomed their first child on November 16 last year.
Abhishek, who was also present at the event, said a child's birthday is special for the mother as well. "I think first birthday is special for the baby's mother. They (mother) spend so much time with them and take care of them."
It is reported that Aaradhya is already the owner of a swanky new Mini Cooper S.
Apparently, doting father Abhishek bought his little bundle of joy a bright red Mini Cooper S with a number plate MH02 CV 2882.
Grandfather Amitabh Bachchan took the chauffeur's job and was spotted taking the little owner for a spin in her new car near their bungalow in Juhu, Mumbai.
Aaradhya took the backseat along with mother Aishwarya and grandmother Jaya Bachchan accompanied Amitabh in the front.
Though Aishwarya plans to celebrate the birthday within the family, the more instinctive father Abhishek Bachchan might have a plan up his sleeves.
So there's still hope for some celebration Aaradhya.