A DAY FOR PRANKS!

The story of salty lad­doos and ther­mo­col-filled gu­jiyas…

Hindustan Times - Brunch - - Gujiyas - Art di­rec­tion: Amit Mal­lik Make-up and hair: Artistry by An­jali Jain

Chef Nis­hant Choubey may have worked at top ho­tels, but his sib­lings come first. Big brother Nis­hant is a role model to youngest sis­ter Akan­sha Choubey, who is do­ing her PhD in Mar­ket­ing. Be­ing busy with their chaotic Delhi lives doesn’t stop the brother-sis­ter duo to join their fam­ily ev­ery year for a sweet home­com­ing in Ranchi for rakhi be­cause for them, it’s fam­ily be­fore ev­ery­thing!

OUR MOST MEM­O­RABLE RAK­SHA BAND­HAN…

Nis­hant: My sis­ter once gave me a salty lad­doo in­stead of a sweet one. We fought with all the left­over lad­doos, and the house was a mess!

Akan­sha: This year, I’ll make gu­jiyas filled with ther­mo­col balls to bring back our sweet child­hood mem­o­ries.

Nis­hant: “I am plan­ning to gift Akan­sha a trip to Europe, her favourite des­ti­na­tion” Akan­sha: “Since bhaiya is mostly on the move I plan to gift him a fire TV stick by Ama­zon so that he can watch his favourite shows” “I’LL MAKE GU­JIYAS WITH THER­MO­COL BALLS TO RE­FRESH OUR CHILD­HOOD MEM­O­RIES” —AKAN­SHA CHOUBEY

On Akan­sha: Dress, For­ever 21; shoes, Steve Mad­den On Nis­hant: T-shirt, trousers and jacket, Zara; shoes, Red Cherry

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.