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Priyanka celebrates Holi in India with husband Nick and daughter Malti Marie
Image Instagrammed by Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka celebrates Holi in India with husband Nick and daughter Malti Marie

| @indiablooms | 26 Mar 2024, 09:52 pm

Global star Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas celebrated their first Holi in India with their daughter Malti Marie on Monday.

After videos of the festivities splashed on social media, Priyanka Tuesday shared a bunch of happy photos and videos from their Holi celebration in Noida.

Her caption read, "Holi was lit. Thank you @tam2cul @sudeepdutt for creating such a warm atmosphere for our family! So much fun."

Priyanka, Nick and Malti wore white ethnic costumes for the Holi party. Little Malti also wore matching white Crocs.

All three posed with Priyanka's close friend Tamanna Dutt and her family in one of the pictures.

The global star also posted candid videos of Nick from the bash. She sat on his lap as they listened to live music in one clip.

Priyanka's cousin Mannara Chopra as well as mother Madhu Chopra featured in the photos.

The actor is currently visiting India with her daughter and husband Nick. For Malti, this is the first visit to India.

Earlier she visited the Ram Temple in Ayodhya with her husband and daughter.

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