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When it comes to the handsome Bollywood men who turned grooms in the year 2014, there are a lot of exciting names to reckon with. We bring to you some of our favourites who put forward a variety of stunning Indian looks true to their style, and complemented their brides to perfection.
For all the young men out there, who are getting ready to take the plunge themselves, it is a good idea for you to look for some celebrity-inspiration before finalising your outfits for the wedding. Whether it is picking the right colour for the wedding sherwani or balancing the look with subtle accessories, these Bollywood grooms of 2014, nailed it! So, take a look:
The handsome actor of the acclaimed movie Fukrey, Pulkit Samrat tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend Shweta Rohira on November 3, 2014. The couple went for a destination wedding at Goa. Shweta Rohira also happens to be the ‘rakhi sister’ of the bhai of Bollywood, Salman Khan.
It was Ashley Rebello, the personal stylist of Salman Khan, who designed the groom’s attire. For the mehendi, he wore a chequered kurta with a sleeveless pinkish-red Nehru jacket.
For the wedding, Pulkit wore a linen gold sherwani with zardozi work and a dull gold dhoti along with a rich red turban with golden hints.
Want to know all about Pulkit and Shweta's love and wedding story? Read: Revealing The Exclusive Details Of Pulkit Samrat And Shweta Rohira's Wedding
Straight from the cricket pitch to the wedding mandap, the handsome VJ-turned-actor Gaurav Kapur, does know how to carry himself stylishly. He tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend Kirat Bhattal.
In an intimate wedding ceremony on November 2, in Chandigarh, he wore a cream and gold coloured sherwani and a off-white turban, perfectly complementing his bride’s pale-pink lehenga with tinges of red and gold.
It is always nice to see the groom dressed in subtle colours and leaving the bling for the bride.
The long love story of Sahil and Dia Mirza finally blossomed to marriage in 2014, with a four-day long celebration. While the bride looked amazing in a variety of colours and that lovely smile, the groom Sahil complemented her perfectly at every occasion.
For the mehendi ceremony, as Dia chose a mustard floor-length anarkali, Sahil went with a kurta-pyjama with Nehru jacket in a contrasting maroon colour. They both looked absolutely royal and it was lovely to see him carrying a mustard-coloured pocket square matching Dia's outfit.
On the sangeet ceremony, Sahil wore a black bandhgala with a white churidaar. He again went with a purple-wine pocket square that matched Dia's purple and gold lehenga.
Sahil’s wedding outfit was stylishly subtle, just like his personality. He wore an off-white achkan, designed by Raghavendra Rathore, with complementing juttis and safa. The rich fabric was enough to dress up the groom along with the emerald green pocket square and a kalgi studded with green stone, which matched Dia's lehenga effortlessly.
So, this is a cute way to stay coordinated without actually wearing the same colours as your wife-to-be.
Read all about the heartwarming love and wedding story of this picture-perfect couple in Revealing The Love Story Of Dia Mirza And Sahil Sangha That Turned Into A Fairytale Wedding
The Chennai Express villain Nikitin Dheer, got hitched to the famous TV actor Kratika Sengar in a fun and trendy way.
The tall and handsome actor kept his choice of outfits quite simple and reserved. From an off-white sherwani on the wedding to a classic black bandhgala on the reception, his looks are more like a testimony to 'less is more'.
To be fashionable, you do not have to go out of the way to be quirky or different. Wearing the classics in your own way can also be very stylish.
Want to know which all celebrities got married in 2014? Take a look at Bollywood and TV Celebrity Weddings of 2014
Actress Anjana Mumtaz's son, Ruslaan Mumtaz, had a court marriage with girlfriend, Nirali Mehta, on Valentine’s Day, last year. Ruslaan, has acted in the TV show, Kehta Hai Dil Jee Le Zara, and a few flop films like MP3- Mera Pehla Pehla Pyar and Teree Sang. After that, the couple had a traditional Gujarati wedding on March 2.
For the wedding ceremony, the actor kept his look simply rich and tastefully traditional. He went for a simple dull gold sherwani. He also added a silver kalgi studded with green stones to his rich red safa.
Bollywood and fashion has a long-lasting connection. It is nice to see the men also surprising us with their choice of clothes and accessories to stay at the top of the fashion game. So, are you too geared up to try something different on your wedding? Let us know!
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