The auspicious occasion of Diwali was quite different this year, as the celebrations wee either kept limited and were done indoor, owing to the challenging circumstances around, surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Similarly, the cricketers and their families, too, ensured to adhere to the restrictions and keep it private.

Most of the top cricketers have travelled to Australia for the upcoming two-month tour. They have already been away from home for the same amount of time, as they were engaged in the just-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL), held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Naturally, the players and their families had to celebrate Diwali away from each other. In the same light, Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya's Bollywood wife, Natasa Stankovic, celebrated the festival alone at the couple's Mumbai residence, along with Pandya's family and their new-born son, Agastya.

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Natasa shared the pictures of the same on her Instagram handle, captioned, "Happy Diwali 🪔 ❤️". In the photos, she is seen wearing a yellow kurta, while Agastya is wearing a grey jacket and pants, along with a black t-shirt.

In the other photos, she is seen posing with her family, along with Pandya's mother, with Agastya on the lap. Check these out here:

Meanwhile, Natasa also shared a lovely loop video of her wearing a semi-back-grey kurta, probably to tease Pandya.

Natasa would be away from Pandya, at least for a month, as he participates in the upcoming limited-overs series in Australia, starting November 27. He would be back home before the Test series, that begins on December 17, of which he is not a part of.