New Delhi: Actress Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber delighted their fans by posting cute pictures from Disneyland, United States, where the couple are celebrating their daughter Nisha's birthday. Nisha was 21-months-old when Sunny and Daniel adopted her from an orphanage in Latur (Maharashtra). Sharing a picture of herself on Instagram today, Sunny wrote that she is in Disneyland for Nisha's birthday. "Where all your dreams come true," Sunny captioned the picture. Earlier, Sunny had shared that the family will go on a vacation and Nisha will accompany them. "Nisha is going on a trip with our entire family. It will be with her grandparents, Daniel's and my brothers and their wives. Each year, we have this big family trip and that will be Nisha's first trip. It's so exciting," Sunny told Mumbai Mirror.
- Sunny Leone celebrated her daughter's birthday in Disneyland
- Sunny posted cute pictures from Disneyland
- "Where all your dreams come true," wrote Sunny
Take a look at the picture shared by Sunny Leone here: (You'll definitely love it)
Sunny also shared an adorable picture of herself with her 'sweetest man' Daniel:
Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber got married in 2012. Nisha is the couple's first child. Yesterday, a picture of Sunny and Daniel, celebrating Nisha's birthday in Arizona, was shared by a fan club on Instagram. In no time, the picture went viral on the Internet.
Here's the viral picture:
Isn't it so cute?
Nisha was also photographed with her parents at the Mumbai airport last month. The little girl was seen relaxing in her father's arms.
Sunny and Daniel were extremely happy when they adopted Nisha. Of Nisha, Sunny told news agency PTI: "Daniel and I are very happy that this little girl chose us. We are very, very thankful to god for bringing this beautiful little girl into our lives."
Sunny Leone was last seen in Bhoomi's song Trippy Trippy. She is currently awaiting the release of her next film Tera Intezaar, co-starring Arbaaz Khan. The film, directed by Rajeev Walia, is expected to release in November this year.
(With inputs from PTI)