Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani tie the knot in Goa #abdonobhagna-ni

Rakul Preet Singh and Jackky Bhagnani tie the knot in Goa #abdonobhagna-ni

Bollywood actress Rakul Preet Singh and actor-film producer Jackky Bhagnani tied the knot in a grand wedding ceremony in Goa today, February 21st, 2024. The couple got married twice, following both Sikh and Sindhi traditions.

Rakul shared pictures from her wedding on Instagram, writing in the caption, “Mine now and forever ❤️ 21-02-2024 #abdonobhagna-ni.”

The wedding ceremonies took place at the ITC Grand South Goa hotel, with only family and close friends invited for the intimate celebrations.

Here are some potential areas I could elaborate on

  • Wedding details: You could ask for specifics about the wedding attire, the ceremonies, any special moments, or even the menu.
  • Guests: You could ask about the significance of particular guests, any interactions between celebrities, or if there were any surprise appearances.
  • The couple’s history: You could ask about how they met, their past projects together, or how they have navigated fame as a couple.
  • Future plans: You could ask about the couple’s honeymoon plans, where they plan to live, or if they have any plans for starting a family.

Wedding Festivities

The celebrations began with a Haldi ceremony on February 19th. On Tuesday, Rakul and Jackky hosted a lively Mehendi and Sangeet ceremony with special performances by their loved ones.

On Wednesday morning, the couple tied the knot in a Sikh ceremony. Rakul opted for a red lehenga, while Jackky donned a white sherwani. Later in the evening, they exchanged vows in a Sindhi ceremony with Rakul in a pink lehenga and Jackky in a white kurta-pyjama.

Celebrity Guests

Several Bollywood stars graced the couple’s wedding, including Varun Dhawan, Shilpa Shetty, Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Arjun Kapoor, and Esha Deol.

Celebrity Guests

Rakul and Jackky’s Relationship

Rakul and Jackky had been dating for several years before making their relationship official in October 2021.


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Congratulations to the happy couple on their wedding!

Congratulations to the happy couple on their wedding!

Please note: The hashtag “#abdonobhagna-ni” seems to be a misspelled version of “#abdulnbi”, which refers to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Using that hashtag might be offensive to some, so I wouldn’t recommend using it.