Hansika Motwani posts photos from her fairytale wedding to Sohael Khaturiya.
Hansika Motwani married her long-term boyfriend Sohael Khaturiya on December 4 in Jaipur. The actress has recently published a couple wonderful photos of herself and her husband Sohael Khaturiya on Instagram, and they look stunning. The pair appears to be royals, dressed in traditional clothing. “Now & forever,” she captioned the wedding images.
Hansika Motwani took to Instagram to showcase the first images she shot with her husband Sohael Khaturiya from their wedding. The most recent photos are all about joy and celebrating love together and forever. The photographs depict wedding moments like pheras, sindoor, and holding hands. The duo is stunning, and we can’t take our eyes off them.
The pair married in a traditional Sindhi wedding at Jaipur’s Mundota Fort and Palace. Hansika donned a traditional red lehenga with kundan jewellery and red bangles for the wedding, while Sohael chose an all-ivory sherwani.
Their wedding festivities began in Mumbai with Mata Ki Chowki, where she wore a crimson saree. This was followed by a Mehendi ceremony attended by close relatives and friends. Following that, the pair planned a magnificent Sufi night, which was complemented by the Sangeet and pre-wedding celebration. Their wedding festivities also featured a bachelorette party, which Hansika Motwani documented on her Instagram account.
Several photos and videos from their lavish vacation wedding went popular on social media. Many moments of Hansika and Sohael grabbed up internet space and made everyone go aww with their love, from a romantic pre-wedding party to the bride’s arrival with ‘phoolon ka chadhar’ to the couple romancing to Kesariya song.
The wedding festivities will continue. According to sources, the newlyweds will have a lavish celebration for their pals in the film business, with many celebrities likely to attend. Another intriguing aspect of their wedding that we have discovered exclusively is that the pair is in discussions with two OTT behemoths to sell the rights to their wedding film.