Actor Arya and Sayyeshaa got married in a simple Muslim wedding ceremony after two days of pre-wedding celebrations in Hyderabad on Sunday. While the ceremony saw only close relatives from the family, the post-wedding reception was a star-studded event.
The pictures from the wedding are dreamy and have the couple performing the wedding rituals in the presence of their respective parents. While Arya wore a black sherwani with golden embellishments, Sayyeshaa looked regal in a heavy red lehenga and a golden embroidered choli and completed her bridal look with heavy gold jewellery. After the wedding ceremony, the couple exchanged rings on stage.
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The reception saw a host of celebrities from Tollywood and Kollywood including actor Suriya, Karthi, Allu Arjun and director Shakti Soundar Rajan. Suriya, Sayyeshaaâ€™s co-star in Kaapaan, attended the event along with his brother and congratulated the couple. Rajan, who is directing Aryaâ€™s upcoming film Teddy, shared pictures of the event on Twitter and thanked the couple for cutting a cake and celebrating his birthday during the occasion.
Touched with @arya_offl and @sayyeshaa taking the time out to celebrate my birthday on their most special day!! Couldn't have asked for a better celebration! #AryawedsSayyeshaa pic.twitter.com/mhFXDXYh3Iâ€” Shakti Soundar Rajan (@ShaktiRajan) March 10, 2019
Actors Arya and Sayyeshaa confirmed the news of their wedding on Valentineâ€™s Day this year. The two shared the news from their Twitter handles along with a photograph and a designed card.
Arya and Sayyeshaa worked together in the comedy-drama Gajinikanth that released in 2018. Sayyeshaa has Suriyaâ€™s Kaappaan up for release later this year.
Arya, who was last seen in Gajinikanth, has three films in different stages of production. He also has the yet to release Hindi comedy 3 Dev. His production house â€˜The Show Peopleâ€™, has two big Malayalam films up for release this year â€“ Mammoottyâ€™s Pathinettam Padi and Mohanlalâ€™s Marakkar: Arabikkadalinte Simham.