Shraddha Kapoor recently graced the baby shower (godh bharai) celebration of her cousin Priyaank Sharma‘s wife, Shaza Morani. photos from the occasion have now made it onto social media.
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Priyaank Sharma shared a series of pictures that not only include Shraddha Kapoor but also feature Priyaank’s mother Padmini Kolhapure and Shaza’s sister Zoa Morani.

In one of the photos, Shraddha is seen posing with the expectant couple and their circle of friends. She adorned a traditional look, wearing a lime green Anarkali suit and accessorizing with a nose ring and a pair of jhumkas. Her hair is elegantly tied back in a bun. Another photo showcases Shaza and Priyaank posing alongside Padmini Kolhapure, who is adorned in a light pink saree for the special occasion.

Shaza and Priyaank Sharma coordinated in peach outfits. The mom-to-be elegantly wore a peach saree with a brocade blouse, while Priyaank opted for a peach kurta-pajama. In the initial pictures shared by Priyaank, he is seen cradling Shaza’s baby bump. The caption of the post reads, “T-2 for baby T fam #marathi vibe.” Anshula Kapoor, Anushka Ranjan, Sanjana Sanghi, Zanai Bhosle, and many others showered love on the parents-to-be, congratulating them with heartfelt comments.

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Shaza and Priyaank exchanged vows in 2021. After having a court marriage in February 2021, they held a Christian-style wedding ceremony in the Maldives in March 2021. The event was attended by their friends and family, including Shraddha Kapoor.

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