Chandni Bhabhda recently took to her Instagram handle to share snapshots from the griha pravesh puja held at her inaugural residence in Mumbai. The images capture moments of her performing the sacred rituals alongside her family.
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Adorned in an elegant pink saree complemented by a vibrant red chunari, she radiated grace and beauty throughout the ceremony.Expressing heartfelt gratitude, she reflected on the achievement of purchasing her dream home through EMI before the age of 25.
According to various reports as mentioned by Bollywoodshaadis.com, Chandni’s inaugural residence in Andheri, Mumbai was formerly owned by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. Additionally, it’s been widely speculated that she intends to gradually adorn her apartment, blending Rajasthani influences with elements inspired by Bollywood.
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Chandni Bhabhda, known by her Instagram handle Chandni Mimic, has carved out a unique space for herself in the digital realm through her remarkable talent for mimicking personalities like Alia Bhatt, alongside creating other engaging content.
Despite holding a degree in law, Chandni pursued her passion for mimicry and acting wholeheartedly. Her dedication to her craft led her to feature in the comedy show ‘Constable Girapde,’ which premiered on an OTT platform.
Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, Chandni spoke about her acting aspirations. She said, “I think acting is the plan. Also, my fellow friends who are actors have told me that I understand character so well, so I would be good at acting. I want to definitely get into that full-fledged. But as of now, I haven’t received any offers. I do have a wish list. Definitely, I want to work with Alia, 110%. Secondly, it has to be Pankaj Tripathi sir. It’s my dream to work with him. Just give me one role (with him), please. It’s actually my father’s dream to see me as a lawyer in a film. Because I am a lawyer and so he wants me to be one on-screen.”