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Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani get snapped for the first time post wedding, see pic!

Updated on: 22 February,2024 09:05 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: Tuhina Upadhyay |

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani make their post-wedding debut in newly released photos. The couple looks stunning in the first snapshots captured after tying the knot

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani get snapped for the first time post wedding, see pic!

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani

After showcasing her beautiful bridal look, Rakul Preet Singh surprised fashion enthusiasts with her post-wedding appearance. Moving from the stunning Tarun Tahiliani lehenga as a bride, she embraced a more casual style. Rakul has always been inclined towards effortless and vibrant fashion choices.

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani get snapped for the first time post-wedding

Once again, she demonstrated that floral patterns are still very much in vogue. Her post-wedding radiance was evident in a relaxed and simple casual outfit. In a sweet moment, she posed with her husband Jackky Bhagnani. Rakul wore a white floral playsuit adorned with colourful details, paired with stylish slip-on flats. Not to forget, her pink chooda added a romantic touch. Jackky complemented her look with a loose-fitting tropical printed shirt and shorts.

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani got married in a beautiful beach wedding in Goa on February 21. They chose pastel pink and ivory outfits designed by Tarun Tahiliani, a popular choice among celebrities like Anushka Sharma, Alia Bhatt, and Kiara Advani. The colours of their attire looked stunning against the backdrop of the beach.

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani get snapped, take a look:

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About Rakul-Jackky's wedding attire

Rakul Preet Singh's bridal outfit was a hand-embroidered lehenga with 3D floral motifs in ivory and blush hues. Her blouse had sheer tulle sleeves with pearls and crystal detailing. The tulle veil cascaded like flowers and was adorned with stars and Swarovski crystals. Tarun Tahiliani designed it to incorporate a modern touch with floral elements, reflecting Singh's vision.

Jackky Bhagnani wore an ivory chikankari sherwani with the intricate 'chinar' motif, a design that took six months to craft. The ensemble included Tahiliani's iconic pleated stole, and every detail was meticulously hand-embroidered using chikankari techniques and authentic zardozi from Tahiliani's design house. Tarun Tahiliani paid homage to the craftsmanship inspired by the beauty, culture, and artistry of Kashmir in this creation.

Prime Minister congratulates the newlyweds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the day of the new Bollywood couple, film producer Jackky Bhagnani and actress Rakul Preet Singh, by extending his "heartiest congratulations and greetings" to them.

In a letter to Jackky's parents, Vashu and Pooja Bhagnani, PM Modi wrote, "As Jackky and Rakul commence the journey of trust and togetherness for a lifetime, heartiest congratulations and greetings to them on the auspicious occasion of their wedding. "The years to come are an opportunity for the couple to discover each other, while also embarking together on the path of self-discovery."

He went on to say, "May the couple's hearts, minds and actions be one. Being there by each other's side at all times, holding each other's hands in their quest to realise their dreams and aspirations, assuming responsibilities thoughtfully and affectionately, may the groom and the bride be perfect partners in the voyage of life by accepting each other's imperfections and learning from each other's virtues.

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