Nikhil Siddartha Marriage: Nikhil Siddhartha tied the nuptial knot with his longtime girlfriend, Dr Pallavi Varma on (May 14) in a private wedding ceremony. Following the government measures, the wedding took place at a farmhouse in Hyderabad.
The Tollywood actor tied the sacred thread at around 6.30 in the morning. Close family and friends attended a private wedding. Photos and videos from the wedding are going viral on social media.
Nikhil and Pallavi
In the Nikhil Siddartha Marriage, Groom Nikhil wore a gold-coloured sherwani for the wedding, Bride Pallavi Varma decided a red silk saree for her big day.
The pre-wedding celebrations began on (May 13) evening with the Haldi ceremony. Nikhil picked a yellow kurta for the occasion, and Pallavi looked gorgeous in a pink and violet silk saree.
Nikhil and Pallavi had first planned an extravagant wedding on April 15 and 16. However, due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the couple had no option but to postpone the wedding.
Considering that the lockdown is expected to extend, Nikhil and Pallavi’s families chose to have an intimate wedding with close family members. There might be a grand reception for their extended family and industry co-workers once the lockdown is raised.
A day after his vast wedding, Nikhil took to Instagram to share unseen photos and videos from his marriage ceremony. Providing a sneak-peek into his wedding, Nikhil shared a couple of pictures and wrote, “Ready for the Next Adventure in life with @pallavi.varma.
Nikhil took to social media to thank his fans and friends who wished him personally and on social media. He was surprised seeing the messages on social media and wrote, “Thanks for all the wishes pouring in… my phone and social media have been overwhelmed with Blessings and Love. I also wanna thank the team behind the Wedding (sic).”
Nikhil Siddhartha also revealed that they adhered to the government rules during the wedding. He shared a video in which the guest, who is joining the venue, can be seen getting his temperature screened. Sanitizers and masks were kept at the place for the guests to use.