TV and film actress Mouni Roy has begun a new chapter in her life today. The Naagin actress married Dubai-based businessman Suraj Nambiar at a dreamy beach wedding in Goa this morning and I cannot stop adoring how beautiful that moment was.  The wedding took place at a luxury resort facing the Vagator beach in Goa. A lot of Mouni’s friends were present at the ceremony, namely, Mandira Bedi, Arjun Bijlani with wife Neha Swami Bijlani, Rohini Iyer, Aashka Goradia, Rahul Shetty, Pratik Utekar, Meet Bros Manmeet, etc.

The wedding happened in a traditional Malayali way where Suraj wore a Kurta and veshti, while Mouni donned a red and white saree along with gold jewelry. I must say, Mouni looked quite stunning as a bride.

Check out pictures from her wedding here:

Meet Bros Manmeet also shared some fun pictures with the bride which I cannot stop looking at.

Check them out:

That’s not it, the actress had quite a fun Haldi and Mehendi ceremony where she danced along with her friends to her heart’s content. In fact, Mandira, Arjun, Aashika, Pratik also grooved to some amazing Bollywood songs.

Check out the glimpses here:

According to certain media reports, Mouni and Suraj will have a Bengali wedding in the evening. The reception and cocktail party is supposed to take place tomorrow.

Well, while we know a lot about Mouni, here are some interesting things you should know about her husband Suraj too.

As per reports…

  • Suraj is an investment banker who has studied investment science and international management at Stanford University.
  • He hails from Bangalore and belongs to a Jain family.
  • Currently, he is a member of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association and a director of Capital Markets in the UAE.
  • He met Mouni in Dubai where the two fell in love.

Mouni on the other hand has starred in some big shows on Television, she has also worked in films like Made In China and her big blockbuster Brahmastra is eagerly awaited.

I wish the newlyweds a great life filled with love and happiness in the times to come.