This Article is From Jun 30, 2018

Masaan Actress Shweta Tripathi Marries Rapper Chaitnya Sharma In Goa. See Pics

Congratulations, Shweta Tripathi and Chaitnya Sharma

Masaan Actress Shweta Tripathi Marries Rapper Chaitnya Sharma In Goa. See Pics

Shweta Tripathi and Chaitnya Sharma photographed during their wedding (Image courtesy: filmy_chutzpah)

Highlights

  • Shweta wore a mint and red coloured lehenga
  • Chaitnya complemented his bride in a maroon kurta-pyjama set
  • They had met 5 years ago
New Delhi:

Actress Shweta Tripathi, best-known for her film Masaan, married rapper Chaitnya Sharma in Goa this evening. Shweta wore a mint and red coloured lehenga by Papa Don't Preach and she looked extremely beautiful. Shweta accentuated her bridal look with a golden maathapatti, spectacular choker and gold earrings. Chaitnya complemented his bride in a maroon kurta-pyjama set. The first pictures from their wedding are here - see below. The wedding happened as per Hindu traditions. The videos and pictures are every bit dreamy. They happily took the pheras, after which Chaitnya tied the mangalsutra around Shweta's neck. The newlyweds clearly couldn't hold their excitement.

Take a look at Shweta and Chaitnya's wedding pictures.
 

 

 

 

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Congratulations!

Their engagement ceremony was held last night in Mumbai. The wedding festivities also included a mehendi ceremony.


Chaitnya Sharma, whose stage name is SlowCheetah, had proposed to Shweta for marriage some months ago and she instantly had said a 'Yes!' "He proposed at a place called Cuckoo Club, which is a performing place in Mumbai. He wanted to do it on stage because that's how we met -- for a play. He had told me he has a new play, so I went to see that... But it was the proposal," she had earlier told news agency IANS.


"We met because both of us were stepping in for other actors. So, from Bombay (Mumbai), we met in Delhi to perform and hardly spoke throughout. On our way back, we were seated next to each other. It was a 5 a.m. flight, so obviously the plan was to doze off. But we started talking and that was that," Shweta added.

Shweta Tripathi has a web-series, titled Mirzapur, and a film (Cargo) up for release in 2018. Chaitnya Sharma will be seen in Ranveer Singh's Gully Boy.

(With IANS inputs)