Mouni Roy takes the Deepika Padukone, Patralekhaa route for her bridal veil, who wore it better?

Mouni Roy gets inspiration for wedding veil from Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa
Mouni Roy follows in the footsteps of Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa (Photo Credit – Instagram)

Mouni Roy makes her fans’ hearts beat faster every time she posts a photo of her wedding. The wedding celebrations of Naagin actress are in full swing. After a bang of her haldi and mehendi ceremony, on January 26, Mouni married her old friend Suraj Nambiar the next day, i.e. January 27. Mouni and Suraj first exchanged wedding vows after Malayali rituals and later in the evening, they tied the knot according to Bengali traditions. After slaying it in a red and white sari, like a South Indian bride, Mouni chose a red lehenga for her Bengali wedding. Shortly after photos of her destination wedding went viral, fans couldn’t stop gushing over them.

Mouni Roy, inspired by Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa, chose to be a Sabyasachi bride as well. With sheer elegance and panache, the Devo Ke Dev Mahadev actress rocked red couture like no other. Mouni paired her heavy Sabyasachi lehenga with matching dupatta and kundan jewelry. The actress looked mesmerizing as she opted for a not-so-heavy Kundan choker, statement earring, matha patti and a little nath. Mouni kept her makeup light and elegant, parting her hair in the middle and tying it in a bun decorated with Gajra.

We couldn’t take our eyes off her surreal wedding photos, but what also caught our eye was her bridal veil, which she seems to have been inspired by former B-town brides. Yes, not Anushka Sharma, but we are talking about Deepika Padukone and Patralekhaa. Take a good look at the photos of Mouni Roy and you’ll know what we’re talking about.

Following in their footsteps, Mouni chose some beautiful words to write on her bridal veil. The edge of her veil was inscribed with Sanskrit words, “Aayushmati Bhava”, which means ‘blessed’. Speaking of Patralekhaa’s bridal veil, it had a Bengali quote embroidered on it: “Amar poran bhora bhalobasha ami tomae shomorpon korilam, that means I transfer my heart-filled love to you”.

Deepika Padukone, on the other hand, also had a Sanskrit quote ‘Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava’ engraved in gold on her veil. The quote means ‘May you always have happiness as a married woman’. Check out these photos:

Coming back to the embroidered veil trend started by the Bollywood actress, who do you think succeeded? Well, we think they’re all winners. No one can pull off this wedding look with such sheer panache like her. Do you disagree?

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