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Dia Mirza ties the knot with Vaibhav Rekhi; looks lovely in a red sari

The actor made for a gorgeous bride in a beautiful red sari

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: February 16, 2021 2:55:14 pm
The couple looked stunning together! (Photo: APH Images)

Dia Mirza just got married and we just cannot keep calm! And we are over-excited as after a long wait, we finally got to see her looking absolutely gorgeous as a bride.

The Thappad actor got married to businessman Vaibhav Rekhi in Pali Hill, Bandra in an intimate ceremony on February 15.

The couple after the wedding ceremony. (Photo: APH Images) The couple posed for shutterbugs. (Photo: APH Images)

Dia looked stunning in a crimson red Raw Mango sari that featured golden motifs and a thick border. All smiles, she kept the overall look simple but opted for heavy jewellery comprising a polki necklace, jhumkis and a maangtika. Vaibhav, on the other hand, was seen in an all-white ensemble — kurta, nehru jacket and churidaar. He completed the look with tan juttis and a golden safa.

Dia looked gorgeous as a bride. (APH Images)

Her hair was tied in a neat low bun adorned with a white gajra, and she completed the look with basic nude lips, a red bindi, and soft eyeliner.

The actor got married in an intimate ceremony. (Photo: APH Images) Dia stunned in a red silk sari while Vaibhav went for a simple all-white ensemble. (Photo: APH Images)

Check out a video of the wedding venue beautifully done up with flowers.

Prior to this for the pre-wedding festivities, she opted for a white turtleneck lace dress paired with flats. The look was styled with a dainty hair clip and soft makeup.

Take a look at the photos below.

Congratulations to the newly-weds!

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