Yeh Hai Moahbatein actor Anurag Sharma married his longtime girlfriend Nandini Gupta on Friday, January 31, 2020, in Delhi. Before Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, Anurag was seen in Sushant Singh Rajput and Ankita Lokhande led TV show Pavitra Rishta. Two days before tying the knot, pre-wedding festivities of Anurag and Nandini kick-started- they hosted their haldi and mehendi ceremony on January 29 followed by exchanging rings on the next day, which was inspired by a Catholic wedding. The duo opted for yellow colour-coordinated outfits for haldi and Nandini sported a Christian-style white gown and Anurag wore a formal suit for their engagement.
Following Hindu rituals on Anurag and Nandini tied the knot, Anurag opted for an ivory sherwani, while the bride complemented the groom in a red lehenga. The pictures and videos from their wedding have flooded Instagram and one video is getting widely spread. The video in question sees the newly wedded wife of Anurag Sharma falling while dancing with the husband and other relatives. Watch the video below: (ALSO READ: Yeh Hai Mohabbatein Actor Anurag Sharma Set To Take The Plunge; To Marry His Longtime GF Nandini Gupta)
Speaking to Time Of India, Anurag had said, “The feeling of being married is yet to sink in. I have known Nandini for five years now and we are good friends. In fact, it feels like my best friend is now my wife. The wedding was fun, as we spent quality time with family and friends.”
On January 13, 2020, Anurag announced his wedding date with long-time girlfriend, Nandini Gupta. Sharing a video, he had captioned it, “KISMAT CONNECTION I loved her @starnandini since the first time I saw her. Me and Nandini #ANUDINI are ready to take up the big leap and start the adventure called "marriage". We are truly blessed with such amazing family, friends and fans please continue to pour your love and blessings as we begin this journey."
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