South actor Rana Daggubati has officially tied the know with his gorgeous bride Miheeka Bajaj on Saturday evening surrounded by family and friends. The wedding nuptials followed Marwari and Telugu wedding rituals, and other guests in attendance included Venkatesh, Samantha Akkineni, Ram Charan, Allu Arjun and Naga Chaitanya at the celebrity wedding.
The wedding held in Hyderabad studios was an intimate affair with only some family members and friends in attendance. After announcing his wedding on social media, Rana Daggubati spoke to his friend Lakshmi Manchu about his fiancee Miheeka. During an Instagram live, Rana opened up about how he proposed Miheeka. “I remember I said a bunch of things together. For me, it was serious. It was commitment. When I met her, that’s the time I felt I am ready to do this. It was that simple, for real.”
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”, go here to check it out
Sibling love as a photo of Miheeka Bajaj with brother Samarth Bajaj and sister-in-law Sasha Rawal Bajaj surfaces with these family photos at the Haldi ceremony go here
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