'I like all the pieces of jewellery he has given me and more than that it is the emotion attached with it and that is what is special. I think my wedding ring would be my favourite piece because it symbolises so many things,' Sonali told IANS.
The 37-year-old was here with Behl to launch World Gold Council's latest wedding collection Azva, which is inspired by the seven vows of marriage.
Dressed in a lehenga choli, teamed with a heavy gold set, she looked like a new bride.
Asked about her personal choice of jewellery, she said: 'It depends on the occasion. I am not much of a heavy jewellery person, but I do wear it at times. This is a season (festive and wedding) where you would wear heavy jewellery and dress up. Indian clothes anytime demand heavy sets.'
Azva jewellery will be available at various jewellery outlets across the capital from Nov 5.
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