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Karishma Tanna is all set to get married in the next month. It is said that her wedding will experience both Gujarati and South Indian rituals. Read on to know more
Karishma Tanna is one of the most beautiful actresses in the entertainment industry. She is now making headlines for her upcoming wedding. The actress will be taking her relationship with her beau Varun Bangera a step forward by getting married next month. Earlier, Karishma Tanna declared that she will be taking the wedding vows on February 5 with the wedding festivities starting from the beginning of the month.
However, according to the reports of the leading daily, the functions of mehndi and sangeet will be held on February 4 and the grand wedding on the next day. The report also suggests that the bride-to-be Karishma Tanna is planning for her unique wedding look. The actress is wishing to opt for a south Indian look for her post-wedding rituals. For an unknown, the actresses beau Varun Bangera is a south Indian and is based in Mangalore. So, she wants to indulge all the traditions in her wedding look.
A close friend of the actress Karishma Tanna informed a leading daily that the bride-to-be has been planning her wedding outfit for quite some time. The actress wants to do something special for Varun Bangera and her in-laws. In order to do so, Karishma has picked a pink Kanjeevaram saree with gold embroidery. Not only this but she has also bought authentic South Indian jewellery to complete her special wedding look. The actress’s friend also informed that Karishma will wrap herself in this saree after her bidaai. She will enter her new house after marriage wearing the traditional piece of saree.
Interestingly, Karishma and Varun’s wedding will be a mix of Gujarati and South Indian rituals. As the actress is from Gujarat, the wedding will also see the ancient Gujarati traditions and just like that Varun’s South Indian traditions will be followed in the upcoming grand wedding.