Sushmita Sen Throws A Lavish Party For Her Daughter Renee's 18th Birthday

Sushmita Sen Throws A Lavish Party For Her Daughter Renee's 18th Birthday

Beautiful Sushmita appeared in black LBD with a wine glass in her hand whereas cute Alisah dons a skirt and top with a cute hairband.

Sushmita, too, keeps sharing Renee's pictures on her Instagram, giving fans a peek into how her little angel has grown into a diva.

Sushmita has another daughter called Alisah, whom she adopted in 2010.

On Monday September 4, Renee turned 18 years old and on this happy occasion, Sushmita Sen posted a lovely picture of her and Renee sitting in a relaxed pose in her house.

Way back in the year 2000, Sushmita Sen surprised everyone when she adopted a baby girl and chose to raise her single-handedly. "She's not born from my stomach but from my heart", Sushmita has always aid.Though the actor has always been a hands-on mother, she didn't give up her career and kept going on the work front too. As her Birthday celebration, they had a family dinner where Renee looks adorable with a pitch colour dress with a lacy trail. So with Renee's 18th Birthday, she also covered her 18 years of motherhood. Renee is now pursuing her schooling in prestigious Sevenoaks School, which Aryan Khan and Navya Naveli Nanda also attended. The picture indicates that the lady and her daughter had a blast at the party. While you think it may have been a insane night of partying for Sushmita's elder daughter, it was perhaps not.

Well, Sushmita is the unconventional and fun mom many kids would want but she also has her basics right.



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