Television actress Mohena Kumari Singh recently married husband Suyesh Rawat in a grandeur ceremony in Haridwar. The couple tied the knot about a month back, and the wedding nuptials were nothing but a dreamy and fairy tale wedding. Mohena Kumari Singh tied the knot on October 14, 2019, and the grand wedding celebration was attended by friends and family. While Mohena and hubby Suyesh have been married since a month now, the couple has a well organized a royal reception in Rewa. Today, after her royal reception Mohena Kumari Singh had her bidaai ceremony and bid farewell to her family as she took off with her husband.
Mohena Kumari Singh is also the princess of Rewa, and is married to Suyesh Rawat, the son of Satpal Maharaj. As Mohena has been back home post marriage, the actress had a Royal reception in Rewa which saw many friends and family. At the reception, the newly-wed bride was dressed in a typical pink-colored Rajasthani poshak and looked enthralling, while hubby Suyesh wore an off-white sherwani and turban, and carried his royal sword with style. While Mohena looked ravishing, the actress managed to maintain her elegance and poise as a newly-wed bride and was seen standing by the side of her husband. Also Read: Mohena Kumari Singh's Royal Wedding Was Nothing Short Of A Fairytale; These UNSEEN PICS Are Proof
Pictures from the reception also featured Mohena and Suyesh posing for pictures with family and friends. Meanwhile, today, Mohena had her bidaai ceremony as she took off with her husband to her in-laws house in Uttarakhand. With Mohena having an official bidaai ceremony, the actress was seen sitting in a carriage as she left her father’s home with her husband. With people on the streets, the lovebirds were snapped greeting the people of Rewa, while Mohena bid farewell to her father and brother. People were seen showering flowers at the royal couple as they poured their love at them.
Mohena Kumari was last seen in Star Plus show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. The actress is a talented dancer and choreographer and was a part of the recently dissolved YouTube group RiMoRav.
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