12 Aug Super Star Rana Daggubati’s intimate Wedding
In this COVID situation, there are many couples who tied the knot and gave us some serious couple goals. Recently, the Bahubali famed-actor, super star Rana Daggubati got married to his long-time girlfriend Miheeka Bajaj in an intimate ceremony in Hyderabad. Miheeka is an entrepreneur. Super Star Rana Daggubati’s intimate Wedding was a fusion of Telugu-Marwari cultures. It took place on 8th August 2020 at the Ramanaidu Studios in Hyderabad. Rana Daggubati & Miheeka’s wedding was an intimate ceremony, just like their Roka ceremony, with only family members present to celebrate the precious day.
The attendees of Super Star Rana Daggubati’s intimate Wedding were less than 30 in number and each member has been tested for COVID-19 before stepping into the venue. The whole street leading up to the Ramanaidu Studios and the wedding venue was cordoned off by security personnel.
The pre-wedding functions started with the Haldi ceremony . Miheeka wore a yellow lehenga with a classy broad Gota Patti hem. While Rana was in his crisp white shirt and dhoti with the narrow golden border. Unlike most of the brides who choose floral jewellery for their haldi, she chose shell jewellery.
Miheeka stole the limelight in her beautiful pink lehenga, with beaded maang tikka, pink lips and wavy hair. Rana compliment her in white. The Mehendi setup was designed very daintily, using delicate and minimalistic elements After researching so much on the colour board, they finally put these shades together. The furniture had to be picked very thoughtfully to create this visual treat for all. They had personalised favours.
The Grand Wedding
The wedding ceremony was a small but a dream-like affair and was captured by Reelsandframes and Rohan Kumar. Miheeka’s flawless looks were created by Tamanna Rooz. She wore a golden lehenga teamed up with peach-coloured dupatta and jewellery. Rana on the other hand looked dapper in golden kurta, dhoto and veil around his neck.
The Wedding was celebrated in both Telugu and Marwari traditions and this intercultural wedding was one to remember. Right from Pellikoduku ceremony to taking pheras, no major ritual was missed, sources suggest. They sat on silver and rusted orange seats to perform the wedding rituals in a white coloured mandap at Ramanaidu Studios.
Their wedding was celebrated in a dreamy way and above all keeping up with the safety protocols that the government has issued regarding the entire pandemic situation. Sanitiser stands, face masks and disinfectant tunnels were placed at the venue. They followed the social distancing norms ensured that safety was of the highest priority.
Both the families had left no stone unturned to ensure this event is a memorable one, despite the challenges the pandemic poses.