It’s official. Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda and Lin Laishram are now man and wife after the two tied the nuptial knot at Imphal on Wednesday.
The couple got married in a traditional Meitei ceremony in the presence of family members and a few friends. Ahead of the wedding, Randeep had expressed his excitement on getting married in Laishram’s Meitei traditions.
The couple took their wedding vows in the Shannapung resort. Randeep performed the rituals wearing a white kurta-pyjama as his wife Lin looked dazzling pretty in a white and pink saree paired with a black blouse. She completed her look with gorgeous gold jewellery.
Randeep and Lin have been in a relationship for a long time. Lin has been a part of films such as ‘Mary Kom’, ‘Rangoon’ and recently in ‘Jaane Jaan’.
Randeep was last seen in ‘Sergeant’. His upcoming film is ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’, which also marks his directorial debut.
Earlier, Randeep and Lin had announced their marriage on Instagram, saying, “Taking a leaf out of the Mahabharata where Arjuna married Manipuri Warrior Princess Chitrangada, We are getting married with the blessings of our families and friends.
“As we embark on this journey, we seek your blessings and love for this union of cultures, for which we are forever indebted and grateful.” Randeep had also shared that a reception will take place at a later date in Mumbai.
On Tuesday, Randeep and Lin visited a temple in Imphal. Sharing the photo on Instagram, Lin penned a lengthy note in her regional language, which read, “To the Great Lord Marjing’s abode, who is shining in the Golden land Kanglei, we who had come far away from other place had prayed and worshipped you, and in the process if we had committed any mistake unknowingly, please forgive us as your own children. And we seek our blessings from you by showering with all the happiness with endless wealth in our newly married life. And my life partner being from a different community, he might had missed what to say and what to do and also might have said or committed mistakes without knowing the ascent of Kangleirol, we seek our forgiveness from the all the people of Kangleipak, and do hereby pray on the feet of Great Lord Marjing. And show our due respect to all. Hail to Meitei Land Kangleipak Manipur.” (IANS)