Priyanka Chopra Celebrates Diwali With 'Bada** Desi Boss Ladies' Lilly Singh and Mindy Kaling
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One day after gathering with her A-lister pals, the former star of 'Quantico' and her husband Nick Jonas do a Diwali puja together at their Los Angeles home.

AceShowbiz - Priyanka Chopra couldn't be happier to celebrate one of the most important festivals in India with Lilly Singh and Mindy Kaling. Revealing that she rang in Diwali with the two comediennes, the "Quantico" alum unleashed some photos of them on social media and boasted about being with "bada** desi boss ladies."

The wife of Nick Jonas shared the pictures on Instagram on Wednesday night, November 3. "Love, laughter and a room full of bada** desi boss ladies. Thank you @mindykaling, @deepica + @meena for a lovely pre Diwali celebration," she gushed.

Prior to that, Priyanka gave fans a look at her outfit, which included Arpita Mehta sand floral tiered print skirt and floral mirror blouse set. In the accompanying message, she wrote, "Happy Diwali eveā€¦ love, light and happiness to everyone. Kicking off the festivities with much gratitude and surrounded by love."

Also sharing images from the celebration was Mindy on her own Instagram page. "Last night I was so proud to host a Diwali party with my friends @meena at @phenomenal and @deepica at @livetinted. Meena's and Deepica's companies are fabulous, fashionable and shifting culture (they also have an amazing Live Tinted collab out now!)," she penned.

"We hosted some amazing women from our community and got to share stories and celebrate each other (with delicious food and major fashion moments)," the "A Wrinkle in Time" actress further detailed. "This couldn't have happened when I first moved to LA over a decade ago, but now we are HERE! Next year will be even bigger. Here are some pics from last night!"

On the next day, Priyanka let out several pictures of her and her husband Nick doing a Diwali puja at their Los Angeles home. Alongside the photos, she penned, "With the blessings of Goddess Mahalakshmi we invite Her grace and abundance into our home. Happy Diwali."

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