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Anchor Lasya and Manjunath Wedding

It was the start of 2017 when the actress & anchor, Lasya astounded her fans with some uplifting news. The actress got connected with to infancy love of 14 years and the world came to know about it when she posted a photo of her engagement on her social networking site. At the moment she has got hitched to her beau Manjunath. The marriage was a private affair and was graced with the presence of the close companions and relatives of the couple only.

The prominent actress has met numerous big names, facilitated a few shows and took part in numerous sound shows and next she will be seen in an upcoming motion picture 'Raja MeeruKeka', directed by Krishna Kishore.


On her wedding day, Lasya has picked the Kanjeevaram saree, similar to whatever other ladies of the hour belonging to South India do on their weddings. Lovely Lasya wrapped in yellow Kanjeevaram saree collaborated with contrasting color wonderful elbow length blouse. The blouse was delightfully woven with the maggam work on the base of pink, making it work as the jewel in the crown for the saree. The Zardozi work likewise done finely on the blouse was much apparent and appealing, tending to catch the eyes of the guests.

She has accessorized the bridal look with conventional south Indian adornments including the Hyderabadi choker and the long customary diamond haram set which had exceptionally sensitive, wonderful cut work over it. The Hyderabadi neckband was studded with pearls at the bottom and the jewelry was exceedingly adorned with the precious stones; a red ruby and green emerald stone in the middle. 

She attempted to make a Marathi-south Indian blend so even spruced up like Marathi lady. The run of the mill, wedding Nose ring style of Maharashtra and conventional look of her bindi made her look more gorgeous! Like an emblematic Marathi bride, she even set up the Mundavalya on her forehead and the same was done by the groom.

The bride even donned a translucent golden dupatta on her head. The dupatta was going hand in hand with the bride’s trousseau. The border of the dupatta was having a thin lace. The lace was adorned with mirror work and the mirrors were surrounded by the pink thread which was absolutely going with the blouse of the saree. The dupatta even had sequin work done all over the body whose sparkle was making the moment shinier.

The groom Manjunath looked striking in a white sherwani with a red patch attached on the chest. This patch just over heart had golden intricate embroidery. The stole of the sherwani was also dipped in the loud red color with a printed design in golden. He even donned the traditional turban called pagdi which the grooms usually wear on their wedding.

Collecting all the good memories from the anchor Lasya and Manjunath wedding we wish this newlywed couple a lot of blessings and a happy married life ahead.

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