The veteran actress Kajal Aggarwal got married to Gautam Kitchlu on 30th October. She was looking stunning and gorgeous in her wedding look.
The marriage took place secretly in Taj Hotel, Mumbai by maintaining all the safety protocols of the pandemic situation. Kajal was wearing a red and pink lehenga as her bridal dress, with intricate embroidery. The bridal dress was designed with floral work which makes it look like a princess. Apart from that, she wore heavy Kundan jewellery. Her gorgeous necklace and earrings were matching with the dress. She was also wearing matha patti. The Singham actress was looking happy and shared some of her wedding pictures with her husband on Instagram. She quoted that it is a new journey in her life. She is glad that she stepped into this life. In her caption, she also stated that she is feeling happy from changing Miss to Mistress. In another picture, she said that she is delighted to get married to his friend, companion, confidante. She is happy that all these characteristics are there in one person. Gautam was wearing a white sherwani and a matching light pink dupatta and a golden turban on her head.
The audience was happy to see their favourite actress got married. But the strange part was that no celebrity was spotted on occasion. It was probably that the marriage took place in the COVID-19 situation. So, out of safety, there were only a few guests. The members were only the close relatives and friends of Kajal and Gautam.
The actress and the entrepreneur said that more pictures are coming soon. Kajal was planning to get married to Gautam at the beginning of 2020, but the situation didn’t support them. The pandemic situation and the lockdown made the couple postpone their wedding date. Ultimately, the four hands became one on 30th October.
In one of the pictures, Kajal shared her story, that in their Kashmiri meet Punjabi wedding, there is a ritual that the bride and the groom will put the betel leaf upon their head and the priest will chant mantras. The wedding took place in two styles, Kashmiri as well as Punjabi. The mandap was decorated with flowers. The menu was not appropriately disclosed yet, but there were mainly Kashmiri and Punjabi food and also included other Indian foods. The guests who were coming to the wedding ceremony were all provided free masks and a sanitizer. The audience is waiting to see more pictures and video clips of the couple’s wedding.