Actor Karan Deol recently got hitched to his longtime girlfriend Drisha Acharya in an intimate ceremony that was attended by close friends and family members. Karan, who is the son of famous Bollywood actor Sunny Deol and the grandson of the legendary Dharmendra, took to Instagram to share the news of his wedding.
In his Instagram post, Karan expressed his love for his wife and thanked everyone for their blessings and well wishes. The couple tied the knot at Taj Lands End in Mumbai, where Karan looked dapper in an ivory sherwani and Drisha stunned in a bright red lehenga.
Karan Deol | Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol marries Drisha Acharya in an intimate ceremony
The wedding procession was a star-studded affair with the presence of Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, and Abhay Deol. Bollywood celebs Ranveer Singh and Kriti Sanon also graced the sangeet ceremony with their families.
The ceremony was a private affair, and the couple was surrounded by their loved ones. Dharmendra was seen dancing at the wedding procession, making it a memorable night for the newlyweds.
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Actor Karan Deol on Sunday tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Drisha Acharya in an intimate ceremony attended by family and close friends here.
Karan, son of actor Sunny Deol and grandson of Hindi cinema icon Dharmendra, shared the news on Instagram.
“You are my today and all of my tomorrows. The beginning of a beautiful journey in our lives. We are overwhelmingly thankful for the abundant blessings and well wishes that surround us!” he wrote alongside photographs from the ceremony that took place at Taj Lands End.
While the groom opted for an ivory sherwani, the bride wore a bright red lehenga.
Dharmendra was seen dancing at Karan’s wedding procession along with sons Sunny and Bobby Deol. Actor Abhay Deol and other family members also attended the wedding.
Bollywood stars Ranveer Singh and Kriti Sanon attended the sangeet ceremony along with their families on Saturday.
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