MUMBAI: Mouni Roy is officially married to her longtime beau Suraj Nambiar. The couple had a traditional Malayali ceremony in the morning and exchanged wedding vows in the Bengali tradition in the evening on January 27. Mouni’s wedding attire was breathtaking with traditional jewellery. But, her dupatta was the major highlight of her stunning outfit.
Looks like Mouni Roy took cues from Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa as she got her wedding attire designed. Like the two actresses, Mouni’s veil’s border was inscribed with Sanskrit words "Aayushmati Bhava", which means being blessed.
Whereas, Deepika’s wedding dupatta had a Sanskrit quote ‘Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava’ written in gold which meant ‘May you always be lucky as a married woman’. On the other hand, Patralekhaa, who wore a saree with an embroidered veil, had a Bengali verse, “Amar poran bhora bhalobasha aami tomay somorpon korilam (I give to you my soul filled with love).”
Fans couldn’t stop gushing over the bride, who looked stunning in a red lehenga with gold detailings during the Bengali wedding ceremony. While the bride grabbed all the eyeballs, the groom Suraj looked no less than a king in a light brown-coloured sherwani and sehra.
Earlier, there were reports that the couple will be hosting a grand wedding reception for their friends in Mumbai. However, the wedding reception got cancelled owing to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country.