Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’s Simmy Aka Shireen Mirza Had Ultimate Fun At Brother’s Shadi: See Pics

With the wedding season on its peak in the industry, we are hearing about many stars getting married or others attending these marriages every other day. After the wedding of a number of top TV and Bollywood stars, we have some really beautiful pics of a favorite TV actress enjoying her brother’s wedding. You know who we are talking about. It’s none other than Simmy of the hit Star TV show Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.


Shireen Mirza is quite active on social media and keeps sharing some snippets of her life with her fans on Instagram. Be it through her vacation pics, behind the shoot pics, short videos, boomerang videos, or any other type of video, Shireen keeps her fans posted about her life. Her brother recently got married and the actress shared a few pictures from his pre-wedding ceremony. Along with the pictures, she wrote a heartfelt note that could be read as, “The last few days have been all about reconnecting with old friends, celebrating with family and finding the warmth that the wedding season correctly signifies CREDITS: Thank u for doing an amazing work at my hair and makeup was done by none other than @makeupbyarneeb #ladkewale #family #wedding #jaipur”.

Her brother Shahbaz Mirza tied the knot on February 21 in a traditional Muslim ceremony in Jaipur. The actress took to Instagram to share some beautiful pics. The actress opted for a beautiful gharara for the traditional ceremony. Take a look at the picture below:

Another pic she shared with her grandmother with a caption, “I can still visualize my grandmother, sitting in courtyard wearing Gharara. White farshai cotton gharara. I have seen her pictures that she used to wear it as daily attire. Not only her, in old days had most of the ladies of my family used to wear Ghararas. Old family photographs do provide a glimpse to that era. Gharara is usually made from over 12 meters of fabric. It’s is considered to be the clothing style of Muslim females from the Nawab and Mughals Era. It is not just clothing attire, in itself contains a rich history of culture and traditions.  And to add on to this. The rich look in the makeup and hair is done by my favorite @bhaavyakapursmakeup I love your Confidence girl.”


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