Mumbai : Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda will marry his long time girlfriend Lin Laishram today i.e. on 29th November in Imphal, Manipur and will be together forever. . The couple’s pre-wedding has started from November 28 with Haldi and Mehndi ceremony. The couple will take seven rounds of the wedding today, Wednesday, amidst their family and some close friends.
Pictures of the pre-wedding function of Randeep Hooda and his future wife Lynn Laishram are going viral on social media. In which Randeep and Lynn are seen enjoying with family and their friends. In the pictures, everyone is seen posing for the camera wearing a red colored shawl. In one picture, Randeep and Lynn are seen sitting at the dinner table with family and their friends.
Randeep gave information through post
Recently, while sharing his wedding card on his Instagram account, Randeep Hooda had shared the information about his marriage with his long time girlfriend Lynn Laishram. In which he wrote, “A date with destiny 29.11.2023 Taking inspiration from Mahabharata where Arjun married Manipuri warrior princess Chitrangada, we are getting married with the blessings of our family and friends.”
He further wrote, “We are extremely happy to announce that our wedding will take place on 29th November 2023 in Imphal, Manipur followed by a reception in Mumbai. As we prepare to embark on this journey, we seek your blessings and love for this meeting of cultures, for which we will always be indebted and grateful.” Let us tell you that after getting married in Imphal, Randeep and Lynn will host a reception party in Mumbai in which many celebs will attend. However, no date of reception has been revealed yet.
Have worked in these films
Talking about the couple’s work front, Randeep was seen in the recently released film ‘Sergeant’ and web series ‘Inspector Avinash’. His next film is ‘Swatantra Veer Savarkar’. He has also directed this upcoming film. Lynn Laishram was recently seen in Sujoy Ghosh’s ‘Jaane Jaan’. Apart from this, she has worked in films like ‘Axon’, ‘Mary Kom’, and ‘Rangoon’.