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Mouni Roy-Suraj Nambiar Wedding: The Epitome Of Love

The Mouni Roy wedding was indeed a magical sight to behold. Right from the extravagant Haldi ceremony to heartwarming Malayali and Bengali ceremonies, Mouni Roy and Suraj Nambiar have set the ‘wedding 2022‘ tone right! For Mouni Roy and Suraj Nambiar, the past two days must have been a dream come true kinda experience and after seeing the adorable pictures of their wedding, our day also got brightened a little extra! 

Bollywood actor Mouni Roy tied the knot with her longtime beau and Dubai-based businessman Suraj Nambiar on 27th January 2022 in the picturesque location of Goa. In the morning, the couple tied the knot in a traditional Malayali ceremony followed by a traditional Bengali ceremony. Well, we witnessed the epitome of beauty, Mouni Roy became a royal Malayali bride and a classic Bengali bride. 

Right from Haldi, Sangeet, to the wedding, everything took place at the Hilton Goa Resort in the presence of near and dear ones. Well, the pictures had our hearts beaming with joy! Here’s everything you need to know about the outfits donned by Mouni Roy on her big day! 

The Grand Haldi Ceremony

Mouni Roy and Suraj Nambiar’s haldi ceremony was literally a remarkable event. While Mouni Roy looked breathtakingly beautiful in a white ensemble with intricate embroidery decked with gold work, Suraj Nambiar looked a dapper cool man in a white kurta. Mouni’s accessorised look with gold jhumkas and artificial white flowers just made her look all the more stunning. For her makeup look, Mouni donned a winged eyeliner and peach satin finish pout. 

The Mehendi Ceremony

While Mouni wore white for her haldi ceremony, she went for a yellow coloured Payal Singhal lehenga set for her mehendi function. The actor looked like a fresh ray of sunshine in a sleeveless blouse and flowy skirt with innumerable tassels. The lehenga set featured embroidery in brown, silver and gold foil shades. To complete her look, Mouni Roy donned chunky earrings and a maang tikka. Mouni’s bright smile added the charm! 

The Regal Malayali Bride

For the traditional South Indian ceremony, Mouni Roy wore an elegant red and white saree. The saree featured a broad border with brocade gold zari as the key element. To complete the Malayali look, Mouni Roy donned regal temple jewellery (kadas, jhumkas, matha, and Kamar Patti). She went for a smokey eye look and hair braided with fresh gajras. Suraj Nambiar, on the other hand, wore a beige kurta with a white and gold mundu. Well, the couple had the right amount of grace in the outfits they donned on their ‘D-Day‘.

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The Classic Bengali Bride

Mouni Roy originally hails from Cooch Behar, West Bengal so we all knew that a Bengali bride is going to come our way! However, no one could have imagined that Mouni Roy would look so ethereal as a classic Bengali bride. For the Bengali ceremony, Mouni picked up a classic Sabyasachi red lehenga with gold embroidery. The voluminous lehenga featured gold motiffs and golden embellishment work on the borders. The actor also went for the traditional veil that read ‘Aayushmati Bhava’ (being blessed), and we got carried back to Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa’s wedding outfits. Right from her gorgeous matha patti, emerald earrings, polki, necklace to her gajra, she’s the perfect Bengali bride one can think of! Her brown smokey eye and pink pout makeup look sealed the deal for us! Also, Mouni Roy’s deep V neck blouse reminded us of Katrina Kaif’s wedding outfit. To pay an ode to Mouni’s roots, Suraj became a Bengali groom and wore a beige sherwani with a matching stole. 

Mouni Roy and Suraj Nambiar’s wedding was attended by Mouni’s close friends from the TV industry, including Mandira Bedi, Aashka Goradia, Aamna Sharif, and Arjun Bijlani. 

PS: This is how you party when you finally get married to the love of your life!!! 

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