Various Bollywood celebrites were also spotted where Bachchans, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor were the mouth piece of media.
In the order published on the official BCCI website, Jain wrote that no further action will be taken against Pandya and Rahul, who have already served a provisional suspension and tendered an unconditional apology for their loose comments on women.
"I guess while batting it was a very tricky wicket. When I went inside and when Hardik came in we were not aiming for 170, we thought 145 was a good total on this wicket. The way Hardik batted, it changed the momentum for us and we ended up with those extra runs," he said.
"Now my only focus is to play IPL and make sure India wins the World Cup," Hardik said at the post-match presentation ceremony.
Pandya and Rahul were provisionally suspended by the Committee of Administrators (COA) for their loose talk on chat show "Koffee With Karan" before the ban was lifted pending inquiry by the Ombudsman.
Lost in the celebration, filmmaker Karan Johar and cricketer Hardik Pandya were also spotted in the wedding procession, where actor Ranbir Kapoor and director Ayan Mukerji let their hair down to Mika Singh's live singing.
"He will be a part of the squad for the ODI series in Australia and the tour to New Zealand. Shubman Gill has been picked for the ODI and Twenty20 series in New Zealand," said BCCI in a release.