On february 17, malayalam actor Sudev Nair wed Amardeep Kaur in a customary ceremony held in Guruvayur. They may be seen going barefoot to a temple in a widely shared video. While Kaur looked stunning in a white bridal saree with gold embroidery and a red chooda, fusing her punjabi ancestry with the South indian wedding, Nair donned a white veshti with a golden border. They invited only close friends and family to their little wedding. Supporters congratulated them and wished them well.

Though it started privately, Nair and Kaur both publicly discussed their connection on social media. Recently, Sudev Nair made his screen debut in Nithiin's Extra Ordinary Man, a disastrous film. He played the lead villain. He is a handsome actor who, with the right use, may become a respectable performer in the telugu cinema business.

With critically praised films like "Anarkali" and "Kayamkulam Kochunni," he rose to stardom in Kerala. In 2014, he received the kerala State Film Award for Best Actor for the film "My Life Partner." Additionally, he starred in the hindi movie "Gulaab Gang."

Sudev appeared in the video wearing a traditional white veshti with a golden border. Amardeep, on the other hand, looked stunning in her white wedding saree with a golden border and a heavily embroidered white top. Her customary south indian bridal jewellery, a bun adorned with white flowers, completed the ensemble. It's interesting to note that Amardeep included a punjabi element to her south indian bridal appearance by wearing a crimson chooda, which is traditional at punjabi weddings.

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