New Delhi: Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan has tied the nuptial knot with his childhood sweetheart Natasha Dalal and the first wedding pics of the couple have just been shared on the internet by the groom himself. One of the picture shows both Natasha and Varun sharing a candid smile as they remain seated for their wedding rituals, while the other picture shows couple taking pheras with the actor leading from the front, holding his ladylove’s hand.
Varun shared the pictures with a short but heartwarming caption that read “lifelong just became official.”
For their big day, the couple ditched traditional red and instead opted for trendy ivory outfits. While Natsha made for the prettiest bride in her shimmering lehenga, Varun looked as overjoyed as ever in his sherwani paired with a blue dupatta.
The couple greeted media after tying the knot and posed for the lenses as newly weds. They both looked happy(rightfully so) and head over heels in love as they flashed their biggest smiles for the camera.
Post the wedding ceremony, the customary shaadi ke laddoo were also distributed among paparazzi who were gathered in flocks outside the resort where the wedding took place.
Given the current circumstances in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, the couple opted for an intimate ceremony in Alibaugh which saw presence of family and the closest friends. According to reports, the pre-wedding festivities of the couple had already been performed back in Mumbai with ace filmmaker Karan Johar holding the mehendi ceremony.
For the uninformed, Varun and Natasha have been engaged for quite some time now even as the actor never shared much details of the event on social media or any platform for that matter.
However, the actor has fondly mentioned his then girlfriend in many of his interviews. Recently in an interaction with Kareena Kapoor Khan on her show What Women Want, recalling the moment when he fell in love with Natasha, Varun said, “I actually met Natasha in the 6th standard. We were friends till 11-12th. We were very close friends. I remember seeing her for the first time. We went to Maneckji Cooper. It was on the basketball court that I saw her and I fell in love with her that day. That was it! She rejected me 3-4 times, but I didn’t give up hope.”