Following their registry marriage on January 3 in Mumbai, Aamir Khan‘s daughter Ira Khan had a dreamlike wedding in Udaipur on January 10, 2024.
The couple said their vows surrounded by family and friends. Attendees at the wedding shared glimpses from the celebration, including a video capturing a passionate kiss between Ira and Nupur. In the same video, Aamir Khan can be seen getting all teary-eyed.
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The couple appears incredibly happy, and the radiance on their faces is evident.Aamir Khan’s daughter looked stunning in a white gown, with her hair neatly tied in a bun and adorned with a white floral hairband. Ira also carried a bouquet of flowers as she walked with her husband to the wedding stage. On the other hand, Nupur Shikhare wore a sand-colored suit for the occasion.

One video captures Ira and Nupur sharing a passionate kiss, while other pictures showcase the couple posing with Aamir Khan, Reena Dutta, and other family members. A guest-shared picture features the newlyweds posing alongside Imran Khan and his rumored girlfriend, Lekha Washington.

Imran Khan poses with rumoured GF Lekha & daughter Imara at Ira Khan’s Mehendi; picture goes viral

Ira and Nupur’s wedding celebrations in Udaipur kicked off with a welcome dinner on January 7. The festivities continued with a mehendi ceremony and a lively pajama party on the following day. The Sangeet ceremony took place on the evening of January 9, leading up to the couple exchanging vows today, January 10. The four-day festivities will come to a close with a dinner for the guests.

Following the Udaipur celebrations, Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare are set to host a wedding reception in Mumbai. As reported by India Today, the reception is expected to be attended by Aamir Khan’s friends and colleagues from the film industry. The guest list includes Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Ajay Devgn, Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar, Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Rajkumar Hirani, Ashutosh Gowariker, Juhi Chawla, and many others.

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