Inaaya Naumi Kemmu Helps Mommy, Soha Ali Khan In Making 'Rangoli' For The Diwali Puja

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu's little angel, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu has become her mommy's little helper. Check out as Inaaya helps her mommy, Soha in making beautiful 'rangoli'!


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Inaaya Naumi Kemmu Helps Mommy, Soha Ali Khan In Making 'Rangoli' For The Diwali Puja

Diwali is not just a festival, it is an emotion for every Indian. Since time immemorial, every house celebrates the homecoming of Lord Ram after fourteen years of vanvas. The five-day festival of Diwali brings back many memories of our childhood as we create new ones with new people. The day is associated with eating lots of sweets and decorating the house with beautiful candles and lights. And Bollywood actress, Soha Ali Khan is also making sure that the 'festival of lights' creates a lot of happy memories in her daughter, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu's life. (Recommend Read: Miheeka Bajaj Gushes Over Her 'Cutest Husband', Rana Daggubati As He Chats With The Undertaker)

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu are doting parents, and they make sure to actively take part in their daughter, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu's life. From being part of their baby girl's playdates to flaunting Inaaya's artwork on social media, Soha and Kunal love documenting the little moments of their daughter. 

On November 13, 2020, Soha took to her Instagram handle and shared a lovely candid picture with her little girl, Inaaya on her IG stories. In the picture, we can see Inaaya helping her mom, Soha in making rangoli for Diwali. Inaaya, who donned a red dress, looked super cute as she was making little flowers with the rangoli colour. Soha captioned the picture with "Happy Diwali" sticker. Check it out below:

Last year, during the store launch of a brand, Soha had talked about her daughter, Inaaya and how she loves every Indian festival. The actress had said, "She (Inaaya) had great fun on Holi and Eid and Raksha Bandhan, when we dressed her in new cloths. On Diwali, I will tell her the story of why we celebrate the festival. During Ganapati festival, too, she was very interested. Now, whenever she sees a Ganapati statue, she says ‘Ganapati Bappya Morya’! She will be part of celebrations in the day, we do pooja at home and then we will head out to one of many parties." (Also Read: Bhagyashree Talks About Her Diwali Plans And Why Her Son, Abhimanyu Is Particular About The Rituals)

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu

On the occasion of Rakhi, we had witnessed the adorable bond of Tim and Inni on Soha's Instagram feed. Soha had shared glimpses of their celebrations, wherein, we could see Inaaya was tying the rakhi on her elder brother, Taimur's wrist. The sibling duo were dressed in white ethnic ensembles. Alongside it, Soha had written, "Happy rakshabandhan. #TimAndInni."

In an interview with the Bombay Times, Soha had opened up on Inaaya's love for Taimur and how she tries to do everything which her brother does. Soha had opened up on their bond and had shared, "Inaaya listens to Taimur a lot, she tries to copy whatever he does and wants to be faster than him. As they say, when you have an older sibling, you try and learn faster." When the lockdown was imposed in the nation, the family had a mini-reunion at home, and Tim and Inni were dressed as Batman. Talking about the same, Soha had stated, "Both Inaaya and Taimur wanted to be Batman, nobody wanted to be Robin." (Don't Miss: Riddhima Kapoor Sahni Misses Her Dad, Late Rishi Kapoor, Shares Photo From Last year's Diwali Party)

Well, we cannot wait to see more pictures of Soha, Kunal and Inaaya's Diwali celebration!

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