Yuvraj Singh burns the dance floor at Manish-Ashrita''s wedding; watch

MUMBAI: Cricketer Manish Pandey and actress Ashrita Shetty on Thursday hosted a wedding reception for close friends and relatives here.

Yuvraj Singh burns the dance floor at Manish-Ashrita''s wedding; watch

Cricketer Manish Pandey and actress Ashrita Shetty with Yuvraj Singh. Source: Instagram.

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Mumbai, December 6 

Cricketer Manish Pandey and actress Ashrita Shetty on Thursday hosted a wedding reception for close friends and relatives here.

The two had exchanged vows in a glittering ceremony in the city on December 2, just hours after Manish led from the front to help Karnataka retain the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy in Surat.

 From Manish and Ashrita's 'mehendi' to wedding day and reception party, a lot of pictures and videos from their wedding festivities are doing the rounds on the internet.

 For mehendi function, Ashrita wore a heavily embroidered Kalki fashion yellow lehnga, keeping it all simple. And for the big day, she picked a maroon-and-gold silk saree, whereas Manish opted for a cream-coloured sherwani.

 Talking about their reception look, Ashrita is definitely giving fairytale vibes to girls out there. She chose a statement lilac intricately embroidered lavender coloured 'lehnga'. Manish was decked out in back suit.

 Former cricketer Yuvraj Singh was one of the attendees at the wedding reception.

In one of the images, the bride and groom can be seen sharing smiles with Yuvraj Singh, who stole the limelight with his Punjabi dance.

On the beat of dhol, Yuvraj was seen shaking a leg with Manish. — IANS

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