Sonnalli Seygall Wedding Bliss: Sonnalli Seygall and Ashesh L Sajnani tied the knot on Wednesday, and the newlywed actress recently shared glimpses of how they are spending their time together after the ceremony.
Sonnalli Seygall Wedding Bliss:
In the photos, Sonnalli Seygall and Ashesh L Sajnani were seen sitting in a relaxed manner, sipping coffee while still wearing their varmalas from their wedding day. The couple appeared casual yet blissful as they enjoyed their time together. Sonnalli looked radiant with sindoor (vermilion) on her forehead and adorned pink bangles, reminiscent of her wedding day. The varmalas, exchanged during the wedding ritual, added an endearing touch to the couple’s coffee date.
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Sharing the photos, Sonnalli captioned them, “Same routine, different emotion. Marriage day 1 – Coffee + Varmaalas.” The post received warm responses from friends and well-wishers. Raai Laxmi, who attended their wedding, commented, “Cute,” while Sumona Chakravarti added, “Such coolios.” Fans also flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages for the newlywed couple.
Sonnalli Seygall and Ashesh L Sajnani Wedding Ceremony:
Sonnalli Seygall and Ashesh L Sajnani had a traditional Anand Karaj ceremony at a Gurudwara in Mumbai. Sonnalli opted for a non-traditional look, wearing a pastel pink saree with a matching veil, beautifully designed by celebrity designer Manish Malhotra. Ashesh looked dashing in a white sherwani that complemented Sonnalli’s attire perfectly.
The couple made their wedding announcement official on Instagram, sharing pictures from the wedding ceremony. In the caption, Sonnalli wrote, “Sabr and Shukr” (patience and gratitude). The star-studded event was attended by celebrities including Kartik Aaryan, Luv Ranjan, Sunny Singh, Mandira Bedi, Shama Sikander, Sahil Salathia, Ridhima Pandit, and Chahatt Khanna, among others.
Sonnalli Seygall had kept her relationship with Ashesh under wraps for several months, making the wedding a pleasant surprise for her fans. She chose not to address the media about the wedding or their relationship, desiring a private and intimate celebration. Speaking about their decision, Sonnalli said, “Ashesh and I were very sure about having a very simple wedding with people who mean something to us. It’s a very private moment for us. It is what both our mothers wanted, and we feel glad that we could do it for them. We really look forward to exploring this new phase of our life together.”
While the intimate wedding has taken place, a grand reception for the newlyweds is scheduled to be held on June 8, adding another joyful celebration to their marriage journey.