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  1. HK at | | Reply

    Awww Manisha!! Congratulations! You look so beautiful, just like Saudagar days!

  2. lolita at | | Reply

    Congrats to the lovely couple! She looks gorgeous…lucky man!

  3. sh at | | Reply

    manisha looks lovely. it’s nice to see them keep to their traditional outfits. many congratulations to the couple. the groom’s a good handful of years younger. good for her!!

  4. pdaervo at | | Reply

    Awww, I LOVE the mustard sari :) Congratulations to both of tem.

  5. padma at | | Reply

    Congrats to her !! She looks lovely, was always a favorite from the time I saw her in Bombay (the movie).

    Love the yellow saree.

  6. Saya at | | Reply

    Nepali Brahmin i see! When i read traditional brahmin, i was expecting a pic of Manisha in Madisar to load. HA! Both colors are loud but it looks nice on her.Congrats to the couple.

  7. Dits at | | Reply

    Love the engagement pics! She looks gorgeous!Congrats to the couple

  8. Fancy Nancy at | | Reply

    Awwwww she looks so cute!

    Congrats Manisha!

  9. Arati at | | Reply

    She is glowing… very nice… Congrats to the newly weds…

  10. RS at | | Reply

    The face that launched a thousand sighs…..!!She was so fresh in Saudagar and Khamoshi and looks just as pretty now. She looks genuinely happy here and love the mustard sari.

  11. bongbabe at | | Reply

    aaaaaaaaaaaaaw manisha! congrats! she looks so pretty!

    thank god she kept things traditional and didnt, you know, go all shilpa shetty.

    1. jane at | | Reply

      i think im the only who thinks that her dress is rather tacky and bright to make u blind. and whts with grass necklase and the humugous bindi on their heads.

      1. Kay at | | Reply

        The grass necklace and the humongous bindi on their foreheads might look strange to the uninitiated eyes but they are both important to all traditional Nepali Brahmin weddings.

        The humongous bindi is called Tika and is a mixture of abir(a red powder), yoghurt, and grains of rice which Nepalese wear on special (or religious) occasions and it symbolises the third eye, or mind’s eye, that is associated with many Hindu gods and the idea of meditation and spiritual enlightenment.

        The green necklace are made of special particular leaves and symbolise good luck in Nepali culture. They are also used in prayers, in a similar manner to how flowers are used at temples. Also, garland made in that manner with those leaves do not get droopy quickly.

      2. SK at | | Reply

        no need to make fun of tradition … “grass necklace!!!” maybe u shud do some research on nepalese weddings.
        and humungous bindis are back in fashion!

        1. jane at | | Reply

          not makin fun here…. just wanted to know why they wore it. i nevr seen anyone wear this before.:)

      3. duh at | | Reply

        it’s a tradition, don’t u have one? if u have one then some will find it tacky and strange too. have an open mind

        1. jane at | | Reply

          im christian and from south india and no i dont know anyone who dress like this for their wedding. its weird to me cuse i never seen this “tradition” before and thats why i asked.

          1. duh at |

            came to straight line

    2. Kish at | | Reply

      hahhahahahaha go all shilpa shetty! LOL

    3. swati at | | Reply

      Shilpa’s wedding attire was very traditional as well. The jewellery included standard items worn by Bunt brides and also seen in other south Indian weddings. The less said about her reception dress/lehenga whatever it was the better.

      I would love to see more of Manisha’s sarees .. hope she wears them again sometime and we get a better view!

    4. HK at | | Reply

      But Shilpa was traditional too…your point is?

      1. swati at | | Reply

        yup :)

      2. reema at | | Reply

        manisha is nepali and Shilpa is Indian

      3. duh at | | Reply

        her point is, shilpa shetty is all about show off and bling bling bling

        1. Akshara at | | Reply

          The red saree and the traditional stuff that Manisha seems to be wearing in the pic above is not bling bling? Oh come on. Also,It’s not an indian wedding, the weird comparison with a nepali wedding reeks of ignorance.

          1. duh at |

            i also think it is weird to compare. the bling bling in manisha’s sari is what u see in every nepali wedding. i understand the person who talked about shilpa although there was no need to compare. but u don’t seem to get it or refuse to get it. i don’t want to further elaborate on shilpa.

  12. cherry at | | Reply

    Beautiful couple …many many congratulations

  13. Usha at | | Reply

    She has such an innocent face.Love her in the mustard saree.Hope to see her continue the cheerful colors for some more time.The prev jeans and white kurta had put me off

  14. Grisha at | | Reply

    She looks so so happy. Congrats to the couple.. nd wish her best of her wedding llife.

  15. Kelly at | | Reply

    The face that launched a thousand sighs…..!!She was so fresh in Saudagar and Khamoshi and looks just as pretty now. She looks genuinely happy here and love the mustard sari.

  16. envy at | | Reply

    i feel bad…but I am the only one who thinks she looks old?

  17. suveksha at | | Reply

    congratulations Manisha and Samrat!!..Manisha is glowing with happiness and why not its her big day!Personally i love the traditional touch the wedding has ..from the grooms’ nepali oufit to the “traditional neplai band playing nepali folk songs …that i watched in some video.” And the grass garland is traditional as well..i think ..its considered auspicioius” in nepali wedding.I also liked that actor Jackie shroff wore a traditional nepali “daura suruwal”as it is known in nepal a traditional outfit that nepali men wear.It looks all good although I thought Manisha could have chosen subtle warm colors for her reception party

  18. SK at | | Reply

    they look happy :) and thats a good lookin bloke she got there! :) best wishes to the couple.

  19. Bibek Rana at | | Reply

    wow wow wow…….manisha looks very happy.and her husband is good looking too…..Best of luck guys.

  20. Rounak Agarwal at | | Reply


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