- Yami Gautam married Aditya Dhar earlier this month
- They obtained married in an intimate ceremony
- Yami was final seen in Ginny Weds Sunny
Yami Gautam, who married Uri director Aditya Dhar in an intimate ceremony earlier this month, has been sharing posts from her wedding ceremony album and they’re a sheer delight. This time, nevertheless, her sister and actress Surilie Gautam posted an Instagram Reel and it’s trending massive time. The video occurs to be from Yami’s mehndi ceremony, during which the sister duo could be seen fortunately posing for the digital camera because the evergreen music Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna from the 1995 movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge performs within the backdrop. Yami seems beautiful an orange ensemble, whereas sister of the bride seems fairly in pink and gold. Surilie captioned the publish: “Happiest Days.”
See the video posted by Surilie right here:
Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar stunned followers with their wedding ceremony announcement on Instagram. They wrote: “In your light, I learn to love – Rumi. With the blessings of our family, we have tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony today. Being very private people, we celebrated this joyous occasion with our immediate family. As we embark on the journey of love and friendship, we seek all your blessings and good wishes. Love, Yami and Aditya.”
Yami Gautam was final seen in Puneet Khanna’s Ginny Weds Sunny. She shared display area with Vikrant Massey within the movie, which launched on Netflix just a few months in the past. She has starred in motion pictures like Bala, Heo, Yuddham, Badlapur, Sanam Re, Kaabil and Uri: The Surgical Strike. She made her Bollywood debut with Vicky Donor, co-starring Ayushmann Khurrana after that includes in TV exhibits and commercials.
Aditya Dhar’s subsequent directorial challenge is The Immortal Ashwatthama, which shall be Vicky Kaushal’s second challenge with director after Uri: The Surgical Strike, for which each Vicky and Aditya Dhar received National Film Awards for Best Actor and Best Director, respectively.