Images from Randeep Hooda and Lin Laishram's wedding ceremony did the rounds of social media yesterday. The duo exchanged vows in Imphal, Manipur, in an intimate ceremony and were seen in traditional Manipuri wedding attire. Hooda was seen in an all-white kurta and dhoti, with yellow headwear. Meanwhile, Lin wore a white and pink saree paired with a black blouse. Hooda had previously told the press of his ceremony, "I felt that it's only respectful to come and marry according to the bride's traditions. I look forward to the ceremony and experiencing my partner's culture. I just hope I don't make any mistakes." Ahead of their wedding, the couple was seen visiting a temple in Imphal to seek blessings.
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