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Miheeka Bajaj’s wedding Lehenga took 10,000 hours to make

Miheeka Bajaj’s wedding Lehenga took 10,000 hours to make


Mangalore Today News Network / NDTV

Aug 10, 2020:    Entrepreneur Miheeka Bajaj married Telugu star Rana Daggubati in Hyderabad on Saturday.


Miheeka Bajaj

 

For her special day, the bride picked a cream and gold lehenga by designer Anamika Khanna and she looked simply stunning, while Rana Daggubati complemented her in an off-white dhoti-kurta set. Speaking of Miheeka Bajaj’s outfit, designer Anamika Khanna told Times of India that the lehenga took almost 10,000 man-hours to make and said, "We decided to do a cream and gold lehenga with a coral head veil.

 

Miheeka Bajaj

 

The lehenga is a hand done zardosi with the finest form of chikankari and gold metalwork teamed with a woven gold dupatta." She added, "Miheeka and her mother Bunty Bajaj both have a really fine and subtle taste and wanted something very elegant for the wedding."

 

Miheeka Bajaj

 

Miheeka Bajaj

 

Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj’s wedding was reportedly attended by 30 guests only, to comply with COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.

We are already a fan of Miheeka Bajaj’s sartorial choices. For her haldi ceremony, she picked a yellow and green lehenga, which she accessorised with seashell jewelry. Miheeka’s mehendi look was equally stunning. She picked a raspberry pink hand embroidered jacket and lehenga from the shelves of Arpita Mehta.For one of the pre-wedding functions, Miheeka wore her mother Bunty Bajaj’s wedding outfit ( a red and grey lehenga). An emotional Bunty Bajaj captioned the post: "Baht function wearing my wedding outfit, could not stop crying my baby is all grown up."

Miheeka Bajaj is a scion of Hyderabad’s Bajaj family. Her mother Bunty and father Suresh Bajaj are the founders of a couture jewelry brand called Krsala jewels. Miheeka, who was born and brought up in Hyderabad, has a Master’s degree in Interior Design from Chelsea University and she runs an interior decor and event business called Dew Drop Design Studio.


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