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The Mehendi Ceremony of Hansika Motwani. View Photos

The Mehendi Ceremony of Hansika Motwani. View Photos
in front of Hansika Motwani's Mehendi Ceremony See Photos. Hansika Motwani married last month.

Hansika Motwani, who recently returned from Greece, will reportedly marry fiance Sohail Kathuria on December 4 at the Mundota Fort and Palace in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Pictures from Hansika Motwani’s mehendi ceremony surfaced online ahead of her wedding and quickly went viral. She wore a red gown with yellow accents to the ceremony, while her fiance Sohail wore a peach and cream gown. Fan clubs dedicated to the actress have shared the images.

See the following posts from Hansika Motwani’s mehendi ceremony:

Hansika Motwani captioned a photo she shared from her bachelorette: “The best bachelorette party ever. The best is bestowed upon you.”

Last month, Sohail Kathuria, a businessman from Mumbai, proposed to Hansika Motwani in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. She posted photos from the dreamy moment to her Instagram account, captioning them “Now and forever.”

Hansika Motwani has appeared in films in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. She made her acting debut in the 2001 television show Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand and quickly rose to fame for her role in the popular kids fantasy show Shaka Laka Boom Boom, which also aired that year.

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Hansika Motwani is best known for her roles in Himesh Reshammiya’s Aap Kaa Surroor and Hrithik Roshan’s Koi… Mil Gaya. Desamuduru, Kandireega, Maska, Kantri, Aranmanai, Villain, Singam II (Suriya’s version), Denikaina Ready, and Uyire Uyire, to name a few.

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