January 25, 2015 4:07:22 pm
Bollywood actress Soha Ali Khan finally got married to fiance and long time beau Kunal Kemmu in a small ceremony at their Khar residence in Mumbai.
The actress chose to keep the look for her D-Day minimal as she donned an off-white lehenga-choli set teamed with an orange dupatta and a traditional passa tikka adorning her head. Kunal looked regal in a white-gold sherwani and a silk safa.
Kareena looked beautiful in an off white-pink sari. Saif maintained his nawabi look in a pure white achkan and churidaar as he attended to the guests at the ceremony. White seemed to be the favourite colour of the day as Sharmila Tagore opted for a traditional Assamese garb mekhela chador in the pale shade.
Soha’s wedding festivities started on January 22 with a bachelorette party thrown by her friends from the industry, including Neha Dhupia and Konkona Sen Sharma. The ‘mehendi’ ceremony was held the next day with Saif and Kareena by her side.
Soha Ali Khan had earlier shared that the ceremony would be a “small wedding in the presence of our family members” and so it happened, in contrast with brother Saif’s wedding in 2012.
Kunal Kemmu took to Twitter to thank his fans for their wishes and shared a picture of himself and Soha from the ceremony.
A very big thank you to all of you for all the love and blessings. It’s Official now !! pic.twitter.com/63AaogYFhQ
— kunal kemmu (@kunalkemmu) January 25, 2015
Soha, who believes that people need to have “a sense of commitment, maturity and infinite patience to make a marriage last”, got engaged to Kunal in Paris last year after dating each other for quite some time and have always been open about their relationship. The duo has worked together in 2009 film ’99’.
(With agency inputs)
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