Actor Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal shared pictures from their fairytale wedding
The inside pictures from the fairytale wedding of Actor Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal is making everyone on the internet go heads over heels. The wedding which was held in ‘The Mansion House’ in Alibaug was being looked at by everyone from paparazzis to locals.
During their wedding festivities only a few photos of the couple were available on the social media because the couple opted for a no-photo policy at the wedding venue. But now that the wedding is over and the newly wed duo is back in town, Varun Dhawan has been continuously posting pictures from his wedding and associated festivities on his instagram handle. Several other guests have also shared inside photos from the ceremonies on their social media account.
The first two photos shared by Varun Dhawan were from their wedding ceremony, the duo was dressed in coordinating attires and can be seen seated in the mandap. While Natasha wore one of her own designs, Varun Dhawan was seen wearing #ManishMalhotra. The other photo of the duo was from their pheras, exchanging vows for the lifetime. He captioned the two pictures “Lifelong love just became official“.
After the first photos were shared on instagram, many more photos from the festivities started surfacing on social media. Several fan pages dedicated to the actor and the newlywed couple actively shared pictures from their wedding festivities.
After the pictures from the wedding ceremony went viral, the next day Varun shared a glimpse of their Haldi and Mehendi Ceremony. Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal’s intimate wedding was only attended by the couple’s close family members and friends. Karan Johar, Manish Malhotra, Zoa Morani and Kunal Kohli were some of the names who witnessed this fairytale wedding.
The wedding pictures of the Actor-Designer duo are simply adorable. And we can’t agree more that their simple and subtle attires stole our hearts. This high school sweetheart truly defines that “ if people want to make, they will make it happen”.
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