Bollywood actress Yami Gautam left her fans surprised as she announced her wedding to Uri director Aditya Dhar on Friday. Soon after the couple issued a statement about their wedding, unseen pictures from her Mehendi ceremony went viral on the internet.
The duo had worked together in the 2019 film Uri: The Surgical Strike, also starring Vicky Kaushal. Taking to Instagram, Yami posted a picture from her intimate wedding and informed that the ceremony was attended by the couple’s immediate family. “With the blessings of our family, we have tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony today. Being very private people, we celebrated this joyous occasion with our immediate family. As we embark on the journey of love and friendship, we seek all your blessings and good wishes. Love, Yami and Aditya,” the newly married couple wrote in a joint statement. The couple borrowed a quote from Rumi – “’In your light, I learn to love – Rumi’” and added it in their caption.
In the picture, Yami Gautam is seen wearing a red coloured saree. On the other hand, Aditya chose to wear a white sherwani.
Soon after Yami and Aditya announced their wedding, unseen pictures from their private ceremony went viral on the internet. In a picture, Yami is seen sitting on the floor while a relative makes her wear ‘payal.’ Aditya can be seen standing behind his lady love. Take a look:
— Yami's Sruti 💫 (@yamixparadise) June 4, 2021
Other pictures show the couple taking their vows. Yami also shared unseen pictures from her mehendi ceremony and wrote, ““O dear one, why worry ? What is meant for you will always, always find you. “- Lalleshwari”.
In terms of work, Yami Gautam was last seen in Puneet Khanna’s Ginny Weds Sunny. She shared screen space with Vikrant Massey in the film, which released on Netflix. She has starred in movies like Bala, Heo, Yuddham, Badlapur, Sanam Re, Kaabil and Uri: The Surgical Strike. Her upcoming projects include Bhoot Police and Dasvi. Whereas Aditya has been busy directing The Immortal Ashwatthama, which features Vicky Kaushal, who also headlined Uri.