Swara Bhasker shared glimpses of turmeric ceremony with Fahadh Ahmed, actress seen in Chikankari dress
Actress Swara Bhasker is all set to tie the knot with her 'love of life' Fahadh Ahmed. He has shared some glimpses of his 'Haldi' ceremony.
Bollywood actress Swara Bhasker is all set to marry the love of her life Fahadh ahmed on 16th march 2023 following the traditions. Now she has shared some mesmerizing glimpses from her haldi ceremony. Let us inform that on january 6, 2023, Swara married Samajwadi party leader Fahd in a court marriage under the 'Special marriage Act'.
Fun filled Haldi ceremony of swara bhaskar and Fahadh Ahmed. Swara Bhaskar shared a series of stunning glimpses from her fun-filled Haldi ceremony with Fahadh ahmed on her insta handle on 12th march 2023. In the pictures, the madly in love couple was seen applying haldi with colorful gulal. At the event, Swara was seen wearing a chikankari sharara set with a multicolored bandhani dupatta
Fahadh, on the other hand, complemented his ladylove in a matching white kurta-pyjama. Swara also shared a beautiful video from the event, in which she is seen enjoying the best phase of her life. Sharing the video, he wrote alongside, "A turmeric ritual that turns into Holi! Welcome to the festivities."
When swara bhaskar showed her diamond ring
After the court marriage of Swara and Fahad, their pictures were going viral all over the social media. In glimpses shared by a paparazzi page, the actress looked stunning in a red saree as her boyfriend Fahadh paired her in a white kurta-pajama and red Nehru jacket, while Swara was seen flaunting her huge diamond ring. .
Swara's unique wedding card
On march 6, 2023, we received the unique themed wedding card of Swara and Fahadh. Their card designers Prateek Kumar and Anupam Arunachalam shared the beautiful wedding card on instagram and wrote Swara and Fahadh's love story in the caption. In the wedding card, we can see glimpses of the popular movie 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge' in the background. Along with this, the card featured a caricature of Swara-Fahadh and their cat 'Ghalib' along with some slogans written on them