By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Finally, the day is here when the two lovebirds, Payal Rohatgi and Sangram Singh, will tie the knot and start their forever journey together. For the unversed, Payal and Sangram's love had begun on a reality show, Survivors India. And after dating for 12 long years, the couple is finally going to take the plunge and join the tribe of married couples.
Payal Rohatgi rose to fame after her stint in Lock Upp. The madly in love couple also mentioned their marriage plans when Payal was inside the Lock Upp. It was at that time when the duo had announced that they would soon get married. Later, after the show ended, they shared a poster informing their massive fanbase that they were going to get married in July.
The D-day is finally here, and the soon-to-be-married couple is enjoying every moment of their wedding. A few moments back, videos and pictures from their haldi ceremony have made it to the internet and have been doing rounds on our social media platforms. The bride-to-be looked absolutely breathtaking in a shiny yellow-coloured outfit, featuring a tulle lehenga and a sequinned choli which she paired with a sheer dupatta and yellow and red floral jewellery. In the video, Sangram can be seen getting smothered with haldi as his friends were applying layers of it, and Payal was enjoying every bit of it. Check it out:
A few hours back, Payal shared glimpses from her sangeet night, and it was everything glittery. The bride-to-be looked gorgeous in a pastel pink-coloured silk lehenga along with an intricately embroidered sleeveless choli with beads detailing at the hemline. She completed her look with kundan jewellery, smokey eyes, nude makeup and a sleek ponytail. Perfect for all the dancing. On the other hand, Sangram decked up in a black kurta and white pyjama, which he paired with an embroidered jacket.
Payal and Sangram's wedding is taking place in Agra. On July 9, 2022, Payal also posted a series of pictures from their mehendi ceremony. In the pictures, the duo looked absolutely mesmerising in their respective attires. While the bride-to-be wore a mehendi green-coloured heavily embellished lehenga choli with floral jewellery, Sangram donned a royal blue-coloured outfit.
We can't wait to get our hands on the first glimpse of their wedding. What about you?