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Munisha Khatwani ties the knot with beau Sameer Thakur: close friends and families join to bless them!


Actor-tarot card reader Munisha Khatwani and long-time beau entrepreneur Sameer Thakur have taken the next step in their relationship. The couple tied the knot today on March 25 at Laxmi Narayan Temple in Mumbai – Jyothi Venkatesh

An excited Munisha says, “We are very happy. In total there are three functions, a small Mehendi on March 22, which is just with family, friends, and cousins. The next day there is a cocktail party and then the wedding day.”

She also adds, “One becomes more responsible. Sameer is a chilled-out person, so things won’t be difficult. I will only have the marriage tag attached to me, rest I am allowed to do anything and everything that I like.

Everything remains the same, so I think I’m quite lucky,” she continues, “The other reason why I am not expecting much changes is that technically Sam is going to continue to live in Africa for the next one or two years.

He will be visiting us every few months. Once he is back things will be better.” Talking about the significance of marriage, she says, “Marriage is all about the commitment and the sacredness towards it.

Sam and I have been married to each other mentally for almost two years so this ceremony is just a formality for of course the society, family and many other reasons.

Our parents would have also wanted things to happen in a certain way and we are only abiding by that. We were happy being in a committed relationship because our outlook towards life is very different but then we thought that let’s go ahead and formalise it.”

In the guest list are Aalisha Panwar, Delnaaz Irani and Percy, Kashmera Shah, Tanaaz Irani and Bakhtiyaar, Hansa Singh, Rishina Kandhari, designer Rohit K. Verma, Vahbbiz Dorabjee, Adhvik Mahajan and Neha, Shrenu Parikh, Mouli Ganguly, Sara Afreen Khan were all present and blessed the newly weds.

Munisha Khatwani looked stunning in her vibrant red bridal lehenga with gold embroidery all over it. She has paired it with a traditional choker and a necklace. The groom sported a red sherwani with a pink stole.

The couple looks gorgeous together. Everyone at the wedding was traditionally dressed which added to the serene feeling of the wedding.

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