The recently wedded pair, Randeep Hooda and Lin Laishram, stepped out for their inaugural public appearance at the Mumbai airport on November 30. Radiating happiness, they wore beaming smiles while graciously posing for the cameras. Their marriage, solemnized on November 29 in Imphal, Manipur, embraced the cherished Meitei traditions in an intimate and heartwarming ceremony. ALSO READ | Randeep Hooda and Lin Laishram's Official Wedding Pictures Out! Couple Look Simply Beautiful In THIS Manipuri Style Marriage Ceremony
The Mumbai airport witnessed the arrival of newly married couple on November 30, captured together in delightful stills and video. Sporting a serene all-white ensemble, Randeep Hooda exuded simplicity, while Lin Laishram looked resplendent in a vibrant red traditional salwar suit. Radiating charm and happiness, the couple graciously held hands, posing with beaming smiles for the awaiting paparazzi. ALSO READ | WHAT! Randeep Hooda Ate Only One Khajoor, Glass Of Milk For Four Months To Lose 26 Kgs To Play Revolutionary Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Talking about the celebrity duo's wedding, Randeep embraced the role of a quintessential Manipuri groom, adorned in a traditional white kurta coupled with a distinctive yellow headgear known as 'koyet' for their wedding day. Lin transformed into an elegant Manipuri bride, captivating in a regal Potloi (also known as polloi) complemented by a lavish blouse and adorned with an array of exquisite gold jewelry, enhancing her exquisite appearance.
Following their nuptials, Randeep and Lin unveiled their enchanting wedding snapshots. The groom, clad in a white kurta-dhoti accompanied by a coordinated turban and safa, radiated elegance. Lin looked resplendent in a magenta-hued traditional potloi, paired with a striking black blouse and a delicate white dupatta. Her ensemble was complemented by exquisite Metei jewelry, enhancing her stunning appearance. They tenderly captioned their pictures, declaring, "From this day forward, we are One #JustMarried."
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