At Masaba Gupta's Wedding - Father Viv Richards And Stepdad Vivek Mehra. See Family Pic

Masaba Gupta shared this image. (courtesy: masabagupta)

New Delhi:

Designer Masaba Gupta has shared a household portrait taken this morning at her marriage ceremony to actor Satyadeep Misra and it contains her father, West Indies cricketing legend Vivian Richards. Both Masaba’s dad and step-father Vivek Mehra have been on the marriage ceremony and are within the image. Also within the picture, aside from the bride and groom, are Masaba’s mother Neena Gupta, Satyadeep’s mom Nalini and his sister Chinmaya. Everyone is wearing co-ordinating shades of pink and yellow; the marriage outfits are courtesy the bride’s label House Of Masaba.

In the household album shared by Masaba, one image is of her along with her dad Viv Richards and the final with mom Neena Gupta. For the primary time ever – My entire life got here collectively. This is us. My lovely blended household Everything from right here on is simply bonus,” Masaba captioned the put up.

Soon after she shared the put up, Soni Razdan commented, “Lovely,” whereas Gauahar Khan wrote, “Heartwarming.”

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Masaba was born to Neena Gupta and Viv Richards, who by no means married, in 1989. Neena Gupta married Vivek Mehra in 2008.

Masaba and Satyadeep Misra had a court docket marriage ceremony on Friday morning. They introduced their marriage ceremony in a put up on Instagram. In the marriage pictures, Masaba appears fairly as a bride in a pink and inexperienced lehenga, whereas Satydadeep appears dapper in a pink sherwani. Both outfits are from the House of Masaba. In the caption, she wrote, “Married my ocean of calm, this morning. Here’s to many many lifetimes of affection, peace, stability and most significantly laughter. And thanks for letting me decide the caption – that is gonna be nice.”

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Masaba Gupta and Satydeep Misra reportedly began courting in 2020 after assembly on the units of her present Masaba Masaba.

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