Unseen Pics & Videos From Sharad Malhotra & Ripci Bhatia’s Vidaai Will Melt Your Heart
The Banoo Main Teri Dulhan actor Sharad Malhotra tied the knot with his girlfriend Ripci Bhatia after having a beautiful engagement on February 14th. He married his love on April 20th this year and the pictures and videos from their wedding ceremony have been making everyone go gaga. Sharad and Ripci had two weddings, a Sikh wedding in Gurudwara in the morning on the aforementioned date, followed by a Hindu wedding in the evening. And now there is another set of pictures and videos from the vidaai ceremony of their wedding that will make everyone go weak in the knees.
View this post on Instagram
Vidaayi 😄😉😊😊 @sharadmalhotra009 @ripci.bhatia Wedding 😍😍 #indianwedding #indianweddingseason #indianweddingblog #indianweddingvideo #indianweddingideas #indianweddinglook #wedding #weddingvideos #bridegroom #thedreamdaypage #indianbride #dancingbride #bridedress #bridemakeup #bridallehenga #sharadmalhotra #celebritywedding #bollywoodshaadis #weddingrituals #bollywoodshaadivideo #sharadmalhotra #ripshakishadi #ripshawedding
Talking about his now wife Ripci Bhatia, tye Banoo Main Teri Dulhan actor was earlier quoted as saying, “Ripci is very childlike and I adore that quality. She just puts across everything in a beautiful manner. I love women who work and are independent but at the same time, both counterparts are managing the house well.” He had also shared that his marriage is not sinking in his mind and had shared, “I feel that the good things in life happen suddenly. There is a lot of excitement, nervousness and happiness as the wedding date comes closer. There is a lot happening workwise and added to all that are the wedding preparations. So, it hasn’t sunk in yet that I am getting married (laughs). Everyone has been waiting for my marriage, including me.”
He also shared about the pre-wedding jitters that grooms are supposed to have. He said, “I’ve been married many times on screen, so I am waiting to see how I feel in real life when I put sindoor in Ripci’s maang. I know most of the ceremonies by heart — haldi, mehendi, pheras, etc. But I am waiting to experience the moment when it actually happens. I wonder what I will feel during the saat pheras, or when she wears the mangalsutra.”