Baahubali star Rana Daggubati has recently introduced the world to his lady love, Miheeka Bajaj. She is the founder of ‘Dew Drop Design Studio’ interior design label and event management company.
She belongs to a successful, business family based in Hyderabad. The news was floating from all social media outlets to other news sources. And, the fans and the film fraternity are overflowing with joy. Congratulations messages also flooded in from various celebrities. Therefore, we absolutely can not wait for the beautiful couple to start all of the wedding madness.
It was only a few weeks ago that the internet was whiplashed by the news of the proposal of action Rana Daggubati to his long-time and pretty girlfriend Miheeka Bajaj. Rana posted a cute picture of himself and his fiancée on Instagram to share the news with the whole world. He shared images with his future wife, the actor wrote, “And she said yes”. Moreover, different celebrities, including, Sonal Chauhan, Sriya Reddy, Saina Nehwal, Anand Ahuja, Siva Karthikeyan, have congratulated the pair on their wedding day.
Baahubali Actor Rana Daggubati And Miheeka Bajaj’s Intimate Roka Ceremony
On 21st May, Rana Daggubati took over his social media to announce his Roka ceremony with Miheeka Bajaj. Daggubati’s father said it wasn’t a function of official engagement but a family tradition to finalize the engagement and wedding date. The ceremony was conducted in Hyderabad at the Ramanaidu Studios of his grandfather, i.e., Daggubati Ramanaidu. They decorated the venue with minimal floral decoration.
Bunty Bajaj, the mother of Miheeka, has shared that they are Marwari and that a Roka is part of their tradition. They commenced the day at Miheeka’s residence with a tiny Ganapathi puja and then had the Roka ceremony. We also saw actors such as Samantha Prabhu and her husband Naga Chaitanya, along with family members of Miheeka Baja and Rana Daggubati.
Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj selected a rather simple and stylish decoration but that turned out to be the best combination. Their decoration carried both traditional Indian vibes along with entirely Western touch goals. It just gives out good and positive vibes and we definitely can feel it.
We also love how gorgeously every single detail was implemented including the return gifts that they gave.
Also, there was a fantasy treat table which is one of the best things the beautiful pair had.
Our bride-to-be, Miheeka Bajaj, chose the conventional path by choosing a luminous silk woven saree by Jayanti Reddy. But by playing with the blouse style, she gave her bridal look a modern makeover. She carried a blouse which was deeply embroidered. She selected a dark pink number with elbow-length sleeves and a plunging, scalloped neckline, dusted completely with silver threadwork and embellishment. Moreover, she also adorned her sari with a pink, embroidered dupatta that exactly suited her blouse, making a dual pallu illusion. She coordinated her outfit with a statement neckpiece and jhumkas designed by her mom, who owns the Krsala Jewelry in Hyderabad. She finished her look with minimal makeup, soft, romantic curls and a little pink bindi for the occasion.
We congratulate the gorgeous pair on their engagement and expect that they can share more nice moments together. We can’t control it and we are too excited to have their wedding happen. In these extraordinary times, we can not wait to see how the pair links the knot. Do not forget to comment below to tell us your favorite picture of the beautiful couple.