Amidst the Coronavirus lockdown, one wedding ceremony that was hitting the headlines was that of Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj, who tied the knot on Saturday. Even though the couple hasn't officially shared their wedding pictures yet on their social media account, some of their wedding guests and fan clubs ensured to treat all with their beautiful snaps. Right from their pre-wedding festivities to their ceremony pictures, their snapshots have sent everyone into a tizzy. As fans were sending congratulatory messages on social media for them, the dairy product company, Amul also has sent across a butterly gift for Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj for their wedding and it is too sweet.
Just sometime back, Amul's official Twitter handle shared a caricature of Rana and Miheeka from their wedding ceremony and they backed the picture with, "#Amul Topical: The Rana- Miheeka ‘Shaadi’ is an Internet sensation!" Seeing this heartwarming wish from them, the Baahubali actor even thanked them for sending warm regards. The couple tied the knot in the presence of 30 people at Ramanaidu Studios in Hyderabad on August 8, 2020. In attendance, apart from their family member, we also saw the Telugu film industry’s star Naga Chaitanya along with his wife-actress Samantha Akkineni.
For Miheeka's wedding attire, designer Anamika Khanna revealed some interesting details about how she designed her wedding lehenga to Times of India. The ace designer stated that the bride wanted a beautiful yet simple lehenga as she was quoted saying, "Miheeka and her mother Bunty Bajaj both have a really fine and subtle taste and wanted something very elegant for the wedding." She further went on to reveal, "We decided to do a cream and gold lehenga with a coral head veil. The lehenga is a hand done zardosi with the finest form of chikankari and gold metalwork teamed with a woven gold dupatta."
Image source: Instagram/ miheeka/ ranadaggubati
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