Actor Gauahar Khan has shared an unseen video of her wedding ceremony (nikah) with husband and choreographer Zaid Darbar. The breath-taking clip exhibits a number of particular moments from their large day final month, all beaded collectively to a romantic rendition of Yoon Shabnami from Saawairiya. Gauahar glowed in a silver and gold gharara that got here with a knee-length kurta and an identical pair of gharara. She teamed it up with a closely embroidered white dupatta that had gota throughout, and styled her bridal outfit with a whole lot of kundan and emerald jewelry. She wore two assertion neckpieces, a pair of attractive earrings, a press release maangtika, and a paasa. Khan eventually accomplished the ultimate contact up with a deep darkish maroon lipstick and went refined on the remainder of the make-up. She appeared completely conventional and completely magical. Also Read – For Her Waleema, Gauahar Khan Stuns In Chaitali Barbhaya’s Beige Coloured Lehenga and Kurti
While sharing the video on Instagram, the actor wrote: “#Nikah most beautifully captured by @theweddingstory_official . #Alhamdulillah ♥️ #GAZAbkahaiDin #Reels @laamofficial @razwada.jewels @devs213.” Also Read – Gauahar Khan Lifts Husband Zaid Darbar in Her Arms During Waleema Ceremony, Shares Pictures
Have a take a look at Gauahar’s gorgeous video:
Zaid, alternatively, shared a tremendous video the place the 2 had been caught strolling hand-in-hand. He captioned: “I wanna grow old with you, G♥️”.
Gauahar and Zaid received married on December 25, 202o. The images and movies from their wedding ceremony ceremonies had been throughout social media. The couple too up to date their feeds with images of their preparations in addition to their lockdown love story.
We want a pair a cheerful married life!
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