Telugu actor Rana Daggubati and entrepreneur Miheeka Bajaj tied the knot on Saturday evening. The wedding, which followed Telugu and Marwari traditions, was a close-knit affair with only a few family members and friends in attendance.
The marriage was held keeping in my mind all precautions regarding Covid-19. Every person attending the ceremony was tested for coronavirus. Sanitizers were provided and social distancing was maintained. It is known that only 30 persons attended the wedding adhering to the guidelines.
Miheeka wore lehenga designed by Anamika Khanna at her wedding. The lehenga is a hand done zardosi with the finest form of chikankari and gold metalwork teamed with a woven gold dupatta. This fine creation took close to 10000 manhours to make.
The bride teamed her gorgeous lehenga with a heavy Polki jewellery, along with a mathapatti, nath (nose ring), and kalirey worn with the chuda. Speaking of mathapattis, the jewellery piece saw a comeback in a major way during the Bollywood weddings of 2017-2018, starting with Anushka Sharma’s look, followed by Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Deepika Padukone. Historically, the traditional mathapatti was mostly worn as a dance ornament. A part of temple jewellery traditions, such pieces were created as special offerings to Gods and Goddesses, and also observed on the temple dancers as a key part of their ornament tradition.
Rana Daggubati’s sister-in-law, actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu dazzled at their wedding and here’s here stunning look.
Rana’s best friend Ram Charan and his wife Upasana were part of the wedding. Sharing a picture with the bride and groom on her Instagram profile, Upasana wrote: “Congratulations Rana and Miheeka. Now we’ll all live happily ever after.”