WOW Sara ali khan, suhana khan and khushi-kapoor looked stunning this Diwali!

Sara ali khan, suhana khan and khushi-kapoor Diwali Celebration at Bachchans party.

We have recently spotted a Diwali Celebration of Lover Birds Virat and Anushka Virat in GOA, Sunny Leone and Katrina Kaif, gorgeous and hot actress Poonam Pandey. Now, its time to see the Deepavali celebration of Bollywood stars kids Sara Ali Khan (daughter of Saif Ali Khan), Suhana Khan (Daughter of Shahrukh Khan) and Khushi Kapoor (Daughter of Sridevi).

It looks like these star kind will make their Bollywood debut soon in Indian Cinema. I mean, just look at their pictures and you will understand what I’m trying to say.


Sara was looking beautiful in the blue and silver lehenga when she joined Diwali Celebration at the Bachchans home.




But she was not alone who was looking PATAKA this Diwali Suhana (Shahrukh’s daughter) give us pleasant surprise when she wear blue red lehenga.










Sporting an off shoulder lehenga with a blend bronze, gold and pink, Khushi was nothing short of a vision in that outfit.


Khushi Kapoor Wiki and Biography

Age is 16 years old
Younger daughter of Bollywood Diva Sridevi and Boney Kapoor.
Date of Birth : November 5, 2000
Sister : Jhanvi Kapoor

Family background

Grandparents : Surinder Kapoor, Nirmal Kapoor, Rajeswari Yanger, Ayyapan Yanger
Step-Brother : Arjun Kapoor
Step-Sister : Anshula Kapoor
Uncles : Uncles: Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor, Satish Yanger
Cousins : Sonam Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor

Khushi Kapoor


Khushi Kapoor stunning hot

Ibraham Ali Khan


Diwali 2016: Stunning photos of people celebrating Diwali across India, Nepal and Sri Lanka

Tamil devotees lights oil lamps at a religious ceremony during the Diwali or Deepavali festival at Ponnambalavaneshwaram Hindu temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Diwali 2016

Diwali or Deepavali is the one of the special and big festival celebrated by Hindus nowadays all over the world. On this occasion people buy new cloths, clean and decorate their homes, even some people buy expensive items such as gold, home, cars and other home appliances. Especially, Women create some decorative rangoli on the floor or at the door of their house.

In India, its said that this festival is celebrated for the Ram, Sita and Lakshmana who return from their 14 years exile after they defeated Ravana in the war.

Deepavali is the five days celebration which starts day 1 with Dhanteras, Naraka Chaturdasi (Day 2), Laxmi Pooja, followed by Padwa, Balipratipada and last 5th day Bhai Duj/ Bhaiya Dooji / Bhau-beej.

Some people, communities and NGO often do some charitable causes for the poor people which brings lots of happiness to them.

Small kids also celebrate this festival with fireworks but it creates lot of Air pollution and Burn injuries.

We found some stunning photos on the internet of people celebrating Diwali across India, Nepal and Sri Lanka in 2016, take a look.

(Source India Express)

Singapore decorated a colorful Diwali-Themed Train: Have a look

Singapore decorated a colorful Diwali-Themed Train

Singapore, however little in size, is a standout amongst the most assorted countries on the planet. The nation has a strong blend of different ethnic gatherings like Chinese, Malay and additionally Indian. Truth be told, Indian source individuals compensate for just about 10% of the number of inhabitants in the island country.

It in this way shocks no one that the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of the Lion City arranged a little treat for the forthcoming celebration of Deepawali that is viewed as a standout amongst the most propitious by Indians around the globe.

Decked out in the current year’s Deepawali subject, the prepare highlights exquisite components, for example, many-sided jewelleries, the lotus and peacock – an image of good fortunes, alongside themes delineating firecrackers, bright Rangolis etc.

They have enlivened a prepare and a station particularly in the topic and shades of Deepwali.

1. The colorful view outside a Singapore train station:



2. Inside view of station:



3. Inside the train: