Diwali 2018: Sonali Bendre is all heart while celebrating the festival of lights with Ranveer & Goldie Behl

Sonali Bendre celebrated Diwali in New York together with her husband Goldie Behl and son Ranveer. She shared the photos of an equivalent on social media. Diwali is one amongst the foremost anticipated festivals of the year. It’s a festival that signifies the joy of sunshine over darkness and of excellent over evil. Even our Bollywood celebrities celebrate the festival in their own completely different method. Some press on a vacation, whereas some throw an enormous bash. except for actress Sonali Bendre, it had been all hearts Diwali. Yes! The actress who is in America for treatment for cancer celebrated the diwali during an easy nonetheless heart-touching manner.

She was joined by her husband Goldie Behl and son Ranveer Behl. Sonali took to Instagram to share photos of the straightforward nonetheless sweet Diwali Puja that she did at the side of her family in New York. Not solely this, she conjointly went ahead to would like everybody a contented Diwali. Within the photos, we are able to see them providing prayers whereas engaged in Diwali Puja. She wrote, “Diwali in the New York happens abundant later than in Bombay… thence the late wish! It had been quite an unconventional one… we have a tendency to did not have Indian garments, we have a tendency to had a little puja… however it had been all heart. Happy Diwali everyone! Might this year bring you physiological state, wealth and prosperity… Hope you celebrated this Diwali along with your family and friends, and hope you treasure each moment of happiness with them!”
Isn’t it fully sweet? Whereas in the New York for her treatment, the actress has been seen defrayal time with Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor additionally. They shared the picture of their get along in America. She conjointly accompanied Neetu Kapoor to attend Priyanka Chopra’s bridal shower. Sonali had conjointly shared photos of an equivalent on social media. Amidst all this, the actress is fighting hard to get well and to be back soon.