Rakul Preet Singh & Jackky Bhagnani Wedding Pics: Bride Shares First Pics From Her Wedding With A Love Note

Rakul Preet Singh & Jackky Bhagnani Wedding Pics

Jackky Bhagnani and Rakul Preet Singh are officially married now. The power couple, who have been dating each other for a while, have tied the knot in a traditional ceremony in Goa. It was a grand ceremony which was attended by the couples respective families and close friends from the industry. Interestingly, the pre-wedding festivities were going on in Goa for a week now and the couple took their nuptial vows today.

And now, Rakul, the new bride of the town, has treated fans with the first pics from her fairytale wedding and we can't keep calm. The post featured Rakul and Jackky's pics from the sindoor ceremony, jaimala and more and the newlyweds were all smiles on their big-day. The De De Pyaar De actress looked gorgeous in Tarun Tahiliani's soft pink-hued floral lehenga with intricate threadwork. She had paired it with a stylish blouse with sheer sleeves. The diva completed her bridal look with heavy neckpiece and matching jewellery along with the traditional chooda (mandatory in Punjabi weddings) and her specially personalised kaleera from Mrinali Chandra which are likely to be a tribute to their love story.

On the other hand, Jackky complemented his bride well in his cream coloured sherwani with heavy embroidery and completed the look with a doshala, turban and a neckpiece. Sharing the wedding pics, Rakul penned a love note for her now husband and wrote, "Mine now and forever" along with a red heart emoticon. Ever since she shared the pics, the best wishes are being showered on the couple from fans and friends. Several celebs also took to the comment section to congratulate the couple including Varun Dhawan, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Athiya Shetty, Raashii Khann etc.

Interestingly, Jackky and Rakul took their nuptial vows as per Sikh and Sindhi traditions. Asource reportedly told India Today, "Rakul and Jackky will have two wedding ceremonies: Anand Karaj and a Sindhi-style ceremony, reflecting both their cultures. The choice of an early evening wedding reflects the couple's desire for a bright and cheerful start to their marital journey."


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