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The most adored couple, Jai Anmol Ambani and Khrisha Shah, had tied the knot on February 20, 2022. Their wedding had become the talk of the town, and we were stunned by the grandeur of the festivities. For the unversed, Jai Anmol Ambani is the elder son of Tina Ambani and Anil Ambani, and thus, his wedding had made Tina, saasu maa for the first time. However, it was Khrisha's elder sister, Nriti Shah, who had found it the hardest to bid farewell to her baby sister as she started her new journey with Anmol.
On February 20, 2022, while scrolling through our IG feed, what had caught our eyes was the gorgeous bride, Krisha's look on her grand wedding day. She had looked dainty in a red and golden heavily embroidered lehenga, and we were obsessed with her surreal look. She had accessorised her wedding ensemble with diamond and emerald jewellery, which had included a choker, a neckpiece, and a maang teeka. She had completed her entire look with a glam makeup and red lips.
A few moments back, Nriti Shah took to her IG handle and shared a video of her speech at her sister, Khrisha Shah's wedding. In the video, we can see Nriti taking a center stage as she took the guests on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. The doting sister gave an emotional speech and poured her heart out for her cute baby sister, Khrisha, as she was about to begin her happily-ever-after with the love of her life, Anmol Ambani. Sharing the video, Nriti penned:
"Sisterhood has a language. It’s called love. My speech for my baby sis at our wedding kickoff party."
A few days back, Krisha Shah's sister, Nriti Shah, had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared a gorgeous picture of her from Krisha's wedding. In the picture, Nriti had worn a heavily embellished lehenga adorned with crystals and diamonds, paired with a matching beautifully designed choli with a princess cut neckline and a rani pink dupatta. She had accessorised her look with a diamond choker, an exquisite diamond neckpiece adorned with emeralds in a floral pattern, matching stud diamond earrings, bangles and was seen flaunting her wedding ring. Along with the picture, Nriti had penned a long note about the importance of kanyadaan. She had written:
"For those who have the privilege of donating a girl child, nothing is more important than this. It is believed that this donation opens the way to heaven for the parents. Therefore, in Hinduism, girl donation is considered as the biggest charity."
In her long note, Nriti Shah had remembered her late father, Nikunj Shah, whom the family had lost six months ago. Nriti had mentioned the responsibility her late father had passed on to her shoulder, after his demise. Nriti's caption had revealed that she had performed Krisha's kanyadaan, and it was her only chance to do so as she has two sons. She had mentioned:
"The biggest and most meaningful gift my father could have ever given to Karan & me. To be able to give away our little sister to Anmol was nothing short of emotional & the irony … this will be the only chance we would ever get (having two sons & all) My dearest Papa. You were missed beyond words, your presence felt more than ever. And yet this might have been the closest the 5 of us have ever felt as a family."
On February 3, 2022, the new Ambani bahu, Khrisha Shah’s sister, Nriti Shah had shared a Reel on her IG handle serving major sibling goals. In the video, which was from mehendi ceremony, we could see Khrisha, Nriti and their brother, Mishal Shah performing an impromptu dance on the song, Tu Hai Toh I’ll Be Alright from the film, Dostana. From copying each other’s steps to syncing the dance moves with one another, the video was adorable. Sharing the video, with a red heart emoticon, Nriti had written:
“Just us being us! A super impromptu sibling dance for our baby sis.”
Well, we are in love with the sister-duo, Nriti Shah and Khrisha Shah! What about you? Let us know.
A chooda ceremony is one of the important pre-wedding festivities in traditional Indian weddings. At this ceremony, the bride-to-be receives chooda from her maternal family, and her doting mama-mami and mausa-massi put it on her hands. The bride cherishes her chooda for days after her wedding, and it holds a great place inRead More