Avani Amol Pavangadkar…

by | Thursday, October 09, 2008

… was born on the 7th of October, to Amol and Kanchan. [Amol was my partner in crime in the making of Hari Puttar!] We went to visit her yesterday and I took some pictures. Enjoy.



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