Sushmita Sen is one Bollywood diva who never fails to impress anyone. The actress isn’t just a stunning woman, a talented performer, but also a wonderful mommy. She is the proud mother of two daughters — Renee Sen (18) and Alisah Sen (9). The actress keeps posting about adorable moments with her cute daughters on the social media. Now that it’s Durga Puja time and all of us are hovering over the festivities, Sushmita too made sure she took her lovely ladies out to have some fun celebrating the festival. Also Read - ‘Tu Bemisaal Hai’: Rohman Shawl’s Romantic Birthday Poem For Sushmita Sen Will Melt Your Heart
In a new video posted by former Miss Universe, she can be seen dancing with Renee at a Durga Puja pandaal. And might we add there’s so much grace in that performance! Sushmita can be seen holding a pair of dhunuchi as she does the traditional dhunuchi naach. Following her steps, as can be seen in the video, is her elder daughter. Sushmita posted the video on Instagram and wrote, “#dhunuchinaach What a #divine feeling dancing with my babies in celebration of #shakti May the #incense burn strong & spread #positivity #love #hope & #kindness where ever it flows!!! #notunpollidurgotsav #sharing #happiness #duggadugga I love you guys!!!” Also Read - Suttabaazi Trailer: Sushmita Sen’s Eldest Daughter Renee Marks Her Acting Debut With Short Film- WATCH
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Sushmita can be seen wearing a golden saree with an embellished red blouse. With hair tied neatly in a bun and that radiant smile on her face, the actress is owning every but of her ethnic look for the pujo. The Dhunuchi naach is an integral part of the Durga Pujo celebrations, in which men and women hold a dhunuchi in each hand and perform to the tunes of dhak rolls. It is essentially done to thank the goddess and the dhuno is considered as a purifier, one of the reasons it’s offered to god. While traditionally, the dance was only performed by men, gradually more women started taking part in it.