By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Refresh your social media platforms every five minutes, and someone is getting married! Because it is the wedding season, we can't help but think who will be the next in the line! We always see gala wedding affairs when it comes to celebrities, but there are a few celeb couples who tend to tone down a bit and celebrate the occasion of love in front of their close people.
2021's wedding season kickstarted with the grand wedding of Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa Paul's marriage ceremony on November 15, 2021, and since then, we have witnessed a few back-to-back celebrity weddings. However, we are still waiting for Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt to tie the knot and also waiting for the confirmation of Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif's wedding.
A few hours ago, Shalmali Kholgade and her then-boyfriend, now-husband, Farhan Shaikh's wedding pictures hit the internet and went viral. Popular playback singer, Shalmali Kholgade has been in a long term relationship with her boyfriend and sound engineer, Farhan. Finally, on November 22, 2021, the duo had tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in the presence of their family members.
The couple had twinned in their coordinated wedding couture and had looked gorgeous. Shalmali had worn an orange-beige colour printed saree with a white halter neck blouse and had paired it with a set of silver jhumkas. She had completed her look with minimal makeup and had pulled her hair in a bun, and had decorated it with gajra. On the other hand, Farhan had looked dapper in his orange kurta pyjama set.
Shalmali and Farhan had a court marriage and a puja. However, the main attraction has to be the varmala. They had embedded their pictures in snaps and attached them to their floral garlands. How unique! Even though they have kept their wedding ceremony private, they are planning to throw a lavish reception on December 1, 2021, which will be graced by the industry superstars.
A close source to the couple shared to The Times Of India the wedding tidbits and that Shalmali and Farhan wanted to have a low-key ceremony. In his words:
"Shalmali and Farhan always wished to have a low-key ceremony. They preferred to keep their big day private and minimalistic. The original plan was only to have a registered wedding, but they eventually also went in for some rituals at their home for the convenience of their parents. They also exchanged rings on the same day. The ceremony was attended by just 15 people. The idea was to ensure that everyone enjoyed the day with the couple. They wore simple outfits, and were heard telling people that they intend to wear their wedding outfits in the future, too."
We wish the newlyweds, Shalmali and Farhan, a heartiest congratulations!