After registering their marriage in Mumbai on January 3 in presence of their family and close friends in an intimate ceremony, Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare has now exchanged vows in Udaipur.
Amid much excitement, the couple exchanged their wedding vows. Finally, the first official pictures from their wedding have been released!
Check out the photos here:

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A friend of Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare took to her Instagram account and shared the first pictures from their wedding.In the snapshot, the lovely couple appears incredibly joyful, flashing big smiles for the camera during their beautiful white wedding ceremony. The first picture that emerged online truly radiates happiness from their expressions.

On their special day, Ira Khan looked stunning in a white gown featuring a heavily embroidered bodice with meshy sleeves and broad white cuffs. The star kid styled her hair in a bun adorned with a white floral hairband, paired with sleek earrings and immaculate makeup. Nupur Shikhare, on the other hand, complemented her in a beige tuxedo worn over a white shirt, complete with a matching bow and pocket square. Needless to say, the much-in-love couple looks like they stepped out of a fairy tale as they pose with their friends.

Aamir Khan, ex-wife Kiran, and son Azad sing for Ira Khan at the sangeet ceremony

While sharing the picture, the text on the post reads, “Congratulations Mr and Mrs (accompanied by red heart emojis, eyes holding tears, and heart hands emoji)”
Moreover, the internet is buzzing with excitement over a video showcasing their mesmerizing couple’s dance. They effortlessly set the dance floor on fire with their enchanting moves, and it’s evident that their adorable chemistry is pure love. The newlyweds are captured in a blissful moment, swaying to the melodious tune of Farhan Akhtar’s “Tum Ho Toh” playing in the background.

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