As the festival of lights, Diwali, approaches, renowned actress Jyoti Saxena is gearing up for a joyous and grand celebration. Known for her vibrant personality and love for festivities, Jyoti made this Diwali a memorable one with her family and friends.
Jyoti has consistently showcased her impeccable style and grace. On the occasion of Diwali, she took to her social media and shared a few photos of herself, wishing all her admirers a very Happy Diwali. In the first picture, we could see Jyoti donning a red sleeveless dress with a silver mini embellished design all over it, a red-designed dupatta, and red pants. With tresses left open in mini curls, a perfect dewy makeup bindi, a neckpiece, and earrings, Jyoti Saxena surely painted the town red with her adorable photo.
In the second picture, we could see her donning a royal ethnic embellished designer lehenga brown, which had minimal detailing of mirror work along with multicolored choli and brown mirror-worked duppata. Jyoti looked royal. She tied her tresses up in half, along with bangles and long earrings; she skipped the neckpiece and went off to make her dress do the talking. We can surely say that she looked like a vision to behold with her recent Diwali sartorial choices.
Jyoti Saxena also shared her Diwali plans "I celebrated Diwali with my family, and we hosted a grand party at my place where we enjoyed ourselves by playing cards and having the best time of our year. All my cousins, who are spread across the globe, made a point to come to India and celebrate this festival with the family. Diwali is not just a festival for us; it's a time to strengthen family ties and create lasting memories. The joy of having all my cousins together under one roof is incomparable."
One of the highlights of Jyoti's Diwali celebration will be the lively card games that will take place during the family gathering. "Playing cards is a tradition that brings everyone together. It's not just about winning or losing; it's about laughter, friendly banter, and creating cherished moments. I wish everyone a very Happy Diwali. May you all have a joyful and best year ahead."
We wish everyone a very Happy Diwali and a joyous year ahead.