Miheeka Bajaj and Rana Daggubati Puja Pics Surface

On 9 August, Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj tied the knot in a traditional Andhra and Marwari styled ceremony in Hyderabad. The gorgeous bride wore an Anamika Khanna lehenga for her big day under the lockdown. The wedding was attended by Rana’s friends which included Telugu stars Ram Charan and Allu Arjun.

The newly-wed couple also shared photos of their Satyanarayan puja after their wedding which have gone viral. The celebrity couple can be seen praying and sharing a light moment. While Rana is dressed in a traditional mundu and a shirt, Miheeka looks stunning in a silk sari paired with a borla and white chooda.

Miheeka Bajaj and Rana Daggubati Puja
Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj perform a puja. | Source: Instagram

Actor Samantha Akkineni, who is married to Rana’s cousin, actor Naga Chaitanya, took to Instagram to share a photo from the festivities. She captioned the photo, “#RanaWedsMiheeka the most adorable @miheeka Welcome to the family,”

Also surfacing on social media were these post-wedding pictures.

Miheeka Bajaj and Rana Daggubati Wedding photos
The newly-weds with the family. | Source: Instagram
Miheeka Bajaj and Rana Daggubati Wedding photos
Source: Instagram

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