Actor Ahan Shetty shared unseen photos of his sister actor Athiya Shetty and her cricketer husband KL Rahul from their wedding ceremony. Wednesday to Instagram, Ahan Shetty posted two new photos featuring the trio. In the first picture, Ahan held Athiya’s hand as they walked together, seemingly towards the wedding mandap. Several people applauded as they watched. In the picture, Athiya smiled as Ahan looked at her. (Also read | Suniel Shetty writes heartfelt letter for his ‘bachchas’ Athiya Shetty and KL Rahul after marriage)
In the second picture, Ahan was kneeling at the mandap next to the havan (sacred fire). In the picture, both Athiya and KL Rahul were smiling and looking at him. Ahan looked at Athiya as he held a plate in one hand and touched her feet with the other. Sharing the photo, Ahan wrote the message, “I love you so much. Wishing you all the love and happiness together.”
Athiya responded to the post with a red heart emoji KL Rahul dropped a black heart and embracing emojis. Commenting on the post, one fan wrote, “Super cute.” “These are so special,” another person commented. “What beautiful pictures,” said one Instagram user. While Athiya shared the post on her Instagram Stories with a white heart emoji, KL Rahul simply reposted it on his account.
Athiya and KL Rahul tied the knot with her actor father Suniel ShettyKhandala farm on Monday. While Athiya opted for a neutral-toned lehenga with a heavily polki-embellished neckpiece and earrings, KL Rahul complimented his bride in an off-white sherwani.
After the wedding ceremony, Athiya and KL Rahul shared the first photos of their wedding on Instagram. They wrote, “In your light I am learning to love…”. Today we married our dearest ones in the home that has given us immense joy and serenity. With hearts full of gratitude and love, we seek your blessings on this journey of togetherness.”
A day after the intimate ceremony, Suniel wished his ‘bachchas’ in a heartwarming way on Instagram. Suniel posted a wedding portrait of the newlywed couple on Tuesday with the caption, “A hand to hold and a reason to believe because sometimes the right place is a person and the ingredients love and trust… congratulations and God bless my bachchas .”