One of Bollywood’s most-loved divas, Dia Mirza married her longtime beau Sahil Sangha in a beautiful wedding ceremony on October 18, at a farmhouse in Ghittorni, New Delhi.
The wedding ceremony was followed by a lavish reception that was attended by celebrities like Lara Dutta, Sophie Choudry, Sushmita Sen and Zayed Khan.
The glowing bride was the epitome of elegance and beauty as she donned a stunning peach-gold Shantanu and Nikhil lehenga to her wedding reception. She accessorised her look with an updo and gorgeous diamond and emerald jewellery.
Many B-Town celebrities took to Twitter to congratulate the bridal couple.
Congratulations to my prettiest @deespeak as she begins a new journey together with Sahil , now as Mrs. Sangha.Awww god bless u both.
— SOPHIE CHOUDRY (@Sophie_Choudry) October 19, 2014
Dia and Sahil, who together helm Bornfree Productions, exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony, where the bride was decked up in a traditional Ritu Kumar lehenga, while Sahil wore a white sherwani.
The couple has been together for four long years. Earlier this year, Sahil got down on his knees and proposed to the woman of his dreams on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. However, they had a formal engagement ceremony on on Friday (October 17), at Chattarpur Farms, New Delhi.
Dia Mirza glowed in a gorgeous lehenga by designer Anita Dongre, while Sahil looked every bit the prince charming that he is in a black buttoned up kurta.
The actress also made sure that her beloved fans were a part of the big day. She posted a picture of herself and fiancé Sahil at their mehendi ceremony which took place on Thursday, (October 16). The actress had donned a rich gold coloured anarkali by designer Ritu Kumar, while Sahil complemented her in a red kurta and bandhgala jacket.
The newlyweds look absolutely lovely together. We wish them a happy married life.
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