Shatrughan Sinha calls daughter Sonakshi's wedding 'wedding of the century', shows video of chanting and entrance

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Shatrughan Sinha is very happy and full of joy after the marriage of his daughter Sonakshi Sinha. There were talks about the actor many times that the family is not happy with this marriage but Shatrughan Sinha has shut the mouth of all those who were talking about discord in the family. The veteran actor recently shared many moments of the wedding on Twitter and also wrote a special message for his daughter and son-in-law. Let us show you. On Twitter, Shatrughan Sinha thanked people for congratulating him and called it the 'wedding of the century'. In a video shared by Shatrughan Sinha, Sonakshi and Zaheer are sitting with folded hands and a priest is chanting mantras at their home, which was the wedding itself. A video shows how the bride was brought in a traditional way

Shatrughan Sinha's tweet on Sonakshi's marriage

Sharing the photos and videos, he wrote on Twitter, “With a sense of gratitude we would like to thank everyone for celebrating our special day with us which became the 'wedding of the century' with your warmth, love and wishes. Our darling daughter #SonakshiSinha starts a new chapter in the beautiful journey of her life with #ZaheerIqbal.”

sonakshi and zaheer's wedding

Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer got married on June 23 in the presence of their family and friends. The couple wore ivory coloured outfits for the wedding, later Sonakshi wore a golden and red coloured saree and Zaheer opted for a red and white kurta.

Sonakshi Sinha showed wedding pictures

Sharing pictures of herself and Zaheer, Sonakshi wrote on Instagram, “What a day!!!! The love, laughter, togetherness, excitement, warmth, support from all our friends, families and teams… it felt like the universe came together to give two loving people exactly what they always hoped for. We are both truly blessed to have each other and may God love to protect us.”


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