Thursday, 19 July, 2018

Sonam Kapoor ties the knot!

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Deanna Wagner | 16 May, 2018, 10:39

Soon after the couple's entry, Sonam and Anand Ahuja's family members started to arrive.

"Lots of Duas for both of your happiness, health, comfort, and a handsome family ahead IA". I love you mama.

Sonam Kapoor who has just got married to her long time love Anand Ahuja is all set and raring to go as she reaches the French Riviera to walk the prestigious Cannes red carpet for an worldwide cosmetic conglomerate.

The wedding was a traditional Sikh affair. An Instagram user wrote, "For a minute I thought it was you". Videos from the ceremony were both endearing and honest, leaving fans completely in love with the couple. Fans gushed over the littlest nawab, his pink kurta, pony tail and his tiny chappals.

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The "Khoobsurat" actress, who is now gearing up for a walk at the Cannes Film Festival red carpet, also acknowledged the effort put in by everyone else for making the wedding "the most magical two days of our lives". Father Anil Kapoor with wife Sunita Kapoor and son Harshvardhan Kapoor were very much active throughout the wedding. Ranveer Singh was life of the party. One of them was Mahira Khan. Anand wore a classic black and white sherwani.

While the glowing bride changed into an Anamika Khanna long-sleeved blouse, striped lehenga and a cape, her new hubby went for a decidedly more casual look. In fact, they even own a clothing brand together.

The Bollywood star, who married entrepreneur Anand Ahuja in Mumbai last week, posted a series of adorable wedding photos to Instagram accompanied by some reflections on the occasion.

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