Friday, 11 June 2021 | Team Viva
It was in 2019 when actor Yami Gautam and filmmaker Aditya Dhar worked together on Uri: The Surgical Strike, and from there began a beautiful love story. The couple recently tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony and left the netizens excited with their big happy news. As their wedding pictures continue to brighten up our feeds, we decoded Yami Gautam’s complete bridal look.
Speaking of Yami’s bridal ensemble, she wore her mother’s 33-years-old traditional maroon silk saree with the drape featuring intricate gold work. Meanwhile, it was the blouse that really stood out for us as it had floral motifs all over. Making for the perfect bridal look, her entire ensemble was layered with a matching dupatta which was especially gifted to her by her maternal grandmother. Even though Yami’s grandmother couldn’t be a part of the wedding celebrations, she sent her blessings to the beautiful couple.
The entire look came together with heirloom jewellery as she wore an antique regal gold choker set, maang tikka and kalire decorated with cowries and coconut, along with the traditional Pahaadi-Himachali nose ring (nath), which was again gifted to her by her grandmother.
Staying true to her personal style of being subtle and low-glam, Yami chose to do her own makeup and kept it minimal. Impressively, that not only suited her face but enhanced her features as well. Simple black khol and red lips with some soft blush completed the look. For the unversed, Yami’s hair was done by her doting sister Surilie Gautam.
Opening up about the same, a source revealed, “Yami truly made for the prettiest bride. It was everything that Yami wished for it to be — simple, intimate and radiating pure love. She always dreamt of having a very intimate wedding ceremony and it seems like that is exactly what she manifested. Due to the ongoing pandemic in the country, the couple decided to opt for a low-key wedding with only their respective families present on their special day.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Yami has some interesting films lined up like adventure comedy Bhoot Police, Behzad Khambata’s directorial A Thursday, Maddock Films’ Dasvi and Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s Lapata among others.