Priyanka Chopra launches her homeware line ‘Sona’ in the US

Adding one more feather to her already crowded cap actress and businesswoman Priyanka Chopra announced the launch of her homeware line called Sona Home in New York. 

She announced the same on social media and shared a video with co-founder Maneesh Goyal.  

In the video, she talks about how she brings her Indian roots and culture into everything she does. 

She also talked about how Indians believe in bringing people together. 

“That’s the ethos of Sona Home for me. It helps in creating a home out of a house. It’s created to help family and friends come together as a community,” she said.  

She added that she wants to put the culture of her country India in every house of her “adoptive country”. 

She wrote, “Launch day is here! I couldn’t be more proud to introduce you all to SONA HOME. It was challenging to come from India and make America my second home, but my journey led me to a place where I found a second family and friends. I bring a piece of India into everything I do and this is an extension of that thought. It’s awesome to be working alongside @maneeshkgoyal and our entire team in creating something so dear to our hearts and heritage.” 

“Indian culture is known for its hospitality, it’s all about community and bringing people together…and for me that is the ethos of SONA HOME. From our table to yours, we hope that you experience our same love for hosting, community, family, and culture in your home. Shop now at the link in the bio and follow @sonahomenyc for more,” she added. 

In another post, Chopra shared a few photos of the products. “I’m so proud of what we’ve created with SONA Home!! With vibrant designs, timeless refinement, and joyful detail that nod to my beautiful India, we hope that SONA Home transports you to an elegant bygone era with these exceptional pieces curated for the modern home. The full collection is available to shop now! Link in bio.”   


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