Hyderabad, August 9
Actor Rana Daggubati and interior designer Miheeka Bajaj got married in an intimate ceremony here over the weekend.
The duo, who had three-day nuptials starting from haldi and mehendi ceremony, tied the knot on Saturday in the presence of family and close friends.
Bajaj wore a cream and golden lehenga, designed by Anamika Khanna, for the ceremony.
The fashion designer posted a picture on Instagram describing the garment and wrote that it was embellished with hand done zardozi work, which took close to “10,000 manhours” to make.
Complementing the bride’s trousseau, the “Baahubali” star sported a light golden dhoti-kurta.
The wedding evening also saw Daggubati’s industry friends in attendance, including Telugu stars Ram Charan and Allu Arjun.
Actor Samantha Akkineni, who is married to Daggubati’s cousin, actor Naga Chaitanya, took to Instagram and shared a family picture from the festivities.
“#RanaWedsMiheeka the most adorable @miheeka Welcome to the family,” Samantha wrote.
The couple made their relationship official in May. PTI
Pictures from their ceremony were shared by Rana Daggubati's friend Ram Charan and his wife Upasana.
While Rana looked dashing in an off-white dhoti-kruta set, Miheeka looks gorgeous in a red and white ensemble by designer Anamika Khanna.
The wedding, which followed Telugu and Marwari traditions, took place at Ramanaidu Studios.
Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj made their engagement official on May 21 by sharing a couple of heartwarming pictures of themselves on social media.
The Baahubali star shared an adorable picture, in which he can be seen dressed in a traditional white outfit while Miheeka can be seen wearing an orange and yellow saree.
"And it's official!" he captioned the photo from the roka ceremony. Miheeka captioned one of her posts: "To the beginning of forever."
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