New Delhi, October 18
Actress Kangana Ranaut is extremely happy as her younger brother, Aksht, is getting married in November.
On Sunday, the "Queen" actress took to Twitter and shared a few pictures and videos from the pre-wedding rituals.
In the pictures, Kangana is seen applying haldi to her brother. She also mentioned that the particular "Badhaai" ritual is performed at the house of maternal grandparents who are the first people to get the wedding invitation.
In another post, she shared that Aksht's wedding will be held in November.
आज मेरे भाई अक्षत की बधाई की कुछ तसवीरें, बधाई हिमाचल की एक परम्परा है शादी का पहला निमंत्रण मामा के घर में दिया जाता है, अक्षत की शादी नवंबर में है आज से सबको निमंत्रण दिए जाएँगे इसलिए इसे बधाई कहते हैं ❤️ pic.twitter.com/QdqyqMwUqU— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) October 18, 2020
"Today at Nana's house in Mandi for Aksht's Badhai, it's flagging off wedding invites, a ceremony arranged by maternal grandparents," she tweeted.
For the occasion, Kangana chose to wear a green coloured saree and golden jewellery.
Today at Nana’s house in Mandi for Aksht’s Badhai, it’s flagging off wedding invites, a ceremony arranged by maternal grandparents ❤️ pic.twitter.com/jcRlkEdy2S— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) October 18, 2020
Meanwhile, On Saturday, Kangana claimed that a fresh FIR was filed against her by the Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra. She reacted saying the state government seems to be obsessing over her.
The actress took to her verified Twitter account to share photographs of her Navaratri look this year while taking a sarcastic jibe at the state government.
"Who all are fasting on Navaratris? Pictures clicked from today's celebrations as I am also fasting, meanwhile another FIR filed against me, Pappu sena in Maharashtra seems to be obsessing over me, don't miss me so much I will be there soon," she captioned. IANS
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