Revealed: Miheeka Bajaj’s wedding look and yes! Finally, it is over. Rana Daggubati and #miheekabajaj are husband and wife. The wedding photos are yet to be released for now check out more photos below.
The wedding festivities are underway as Baahubali actor Rana Daggubati prepares for his marriage to fiance Miheeka Bajaj. The couple will tie the knot on Saturday, August 8 at the Hyderabad Ramanaidu Studio at an intimate gathering of close family members.
Sibling love as a photo of Miheeka Bajaj with brother Samarth Bajaj and sister-in-law Sasha Rawal Bajaj surfaces with these family photos. Check out more of the Haldi ceremony photos here
Samantha Akkineni and Rana Daggubatti were all smiles as they scrolled through the photos of latter’s Mehendi ceremony.
Rana Daggubati shared a photo of a Bahubali book which he probably received as a wedding gift. Along with the photo, the actor wrote, “Ah! Wishes from the kingdom”.
The Haldi and Mehendi ceremony for Miheeka Bajaj was held at her Jubilee Hills residence and was a very close-knit affair with only family members in attendance. Wedding rituals of the ‘Pelli Koduku’ were held at Rana’s home.
“I found the strangest time to get married,” Rana had remarked earlier.
The bride-to-be channelized her inner boho Goddess and rocked a yellow, flowy ensemble.
She finished off her look with some dramatic eyes, nude lips and chunky shell and flower jewellery. Rana kept it simple with a crisp plain white kurta-pyjama.
For her Mehendi ceremony, Miheeka wore a beautiful pink lehenga with pearl jewellery and pink lips.
The celebrity wedding, under the lockdown, will follow Telugu and Marwari traditions, for more related Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj wedding news updates tap here
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