Priyank Chopra and Nick Jonas Celebrate Diwali in Their 'First Home Together': 'What Dreams Are Made


Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas had their first star-studded Diwali in their home together — a $20 million Encino, California mansion, according to Dirt.

The couple celebrated by throwing a party where friends and family alike danced “the night away,” according to Chopra.

“Our first diwali in our first home together This one will always be special,” the actress, 39, captioned a series of pics on social media.

In the snaps, Chopra is dressed up in an off-white elegant but non-traditional ensemble that featured a sheer saree over a top that bared most of her abs. The shots also show off the stunning flowers, candles and decor that filled the couple’s property for the special holiday.

Guests included John Legend and Chrissy Teigen who had not one, but two saree ensembles for the evening.


Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas celebrated Diwali together with a massive party in their new home.


“To everyone who honoured our home and my culture by not only dressing the part but dancing the night away, you made me feel like I was back home,” Chopra wrote, adding, “And to the best husband and partner @nickjonas, you are what dreams are made of. I love you. My heart is so grateful and full.”

Jonas, 29, took a more traditional route for the evening’s festivities by wearing a kurta with matching pants.


Priyanka Chopra attended Mindy Kaling’s pre-Diwali dinner party on Thursday.

Chopra, an India native, also attended Mindy Kaling’s Diwali dinner hosted by Phenomenal x Live Tinted on Thursday, along with beauty CEO Deepica Mutyala, actress Richa Moorjani and Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece, Meena Harris.


“Love, laughter and a room full of badass desi boss ladies,” Chopra captioned a series of pics from the event. “Thank you @mindykaling, @deepica + @meena for a lovely pre Diwali celebration.”

For those who aren’t familiar, Diwali is a festival of lights and one of the major holidays celebrated by Hindus. Diwali usually lasts five days and is also celebrated by Jains, Sikhs and Newar Buddhists.

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