Nepal | May 27, 2020

Rana is officially taken!

Baahubali star engaged to love Miheeka 

IANS
Share Now:

HYDERABAD: After recently confirming his relationship with Miheeka Bajaj, Telugu superstar Rana Daggubati has now made it official with a roka ceremony.

The actor took to social media on May 21 to share moments from the private function with his fans and followers.

‘”And it’s official,” the Baahubali star wrote on Instagram while sharing a happy picture of the couple.
For the daytime ceremony, the couple opted for a colourful, floral decor and fairy lights.
In the photographs, Daggubati is seen beaming with joy in a white shirt with a matching white dhoti.

Bajaj looks stunning in an orange-gold sari with yellow and pink border, teamed with a heavily-embellished blouse and chunky ethnic jewellery. She left her hair open and wore subtle make-up.
Bajaj also took to Instagram to share her “beginning of forever” moment. She also put a photograph on Instagram Story, writing: “Officially mine!”

While many speculated that the couple got engaged, Daggubati posted a screenshot of a chat on Instagram Story to share that it was a roka ceremony.

Early congratulatory messages were posted by actors Shruti Haasan, Sriya Reddy, Sonal Chauhan, Shriya Pilgaonkar, and Lakshmi Manchu.

Earlier this month, Daggubati had made his relationship with Bajaj public. Sharing a photo with his her, the actor wrote on Instagram: “And she said yes! #MiheekaBajaj.” He used a red heart emoji along with his caption.


Follow The Himalayan Times on Twitter and Facebook

Recommended Stories:

More from The Himalayan Times:

Armyworm severely affects maize production

Kathmandu, May 25 The American armyworm has severely affected maize farming across the country this year as compared to previous year, hitting farmers who have already had to bear the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic. According to Centre for Crop Development and Agro Bio-Diversity Conservatio Read More...

Budget expectations

The government is all set to announce the budget for next fiscal year on Thursday and people involved in different sectors have various expectations. Amid this, The Himalayan Times spoke to a few tourism entrepreneurs who were not satisfied with the government’s policies and programmes to learn ab Read More...

Over 10,000 Nepalis enter country from Jamunaha border point in four days

NEPALGUNJ: Over 10,000 Nepalis have entered the country from Jamunaha border point in Banke district amid nationwide lockdown imposed by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19. A large number of migrant workers returning from India have been gathering at the border point with the easing of Read More...

UN virus therapy trial pauses hydroxychloroquine testing

GENEVA: The World Health Organization said Monday that it will temporarily drop hydroxychloroquine — the anti-malarial drug US President Trump says he is taking — from its global study into experimental COVID-19 treatments, saying that its experts need to review all available evidence to date. Read More...

PMEP to be promoted as major source of employment next fiscal

Kathmandu, May 25 The government is preparing to promote the Prime Minister Employment Programme (PMEP) as the major source of employment for those who have lost or will lose their jobs due to the COVID-19 and for returnee migrant workers through the budget for the next fiscal year. The Minist Read More...

NRB directs BFIs to categorise banknotes based on quality

Kathmandu, May 25 Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has directed banks and financial institutions (BFIs) to categorise banknotes based on their quality — new, clean and useless. Issuing a nine-point circular on Sunday, the central bank directed BFIs to categorise banknotes accordingly and maintain the Read More...

Trump honours war dead in events coloured by pandemic's threat

BALTIMORE: President Donald Trump honoured America’s war dead Monday in back-to-back Memorial Day appearances coloured by an epic struggle off the battlefield, against the coronavirus. Eager to demonstrate national revival from the pandemic, Trump doubled up on his public schedule, while threa Read More...

Jimmy Cobb, 'Kind of Blue' drummer for Miles Davis, dies

Jimmy Cobb, a percussionist and the last surviving member of Miles Davis’ 1959 “Kind of Blue” groundbreaking jazz album which transformed the genre and sparked several careers, died Sunday. His wife, Eleana Tee Cobb, announced on Facebook that her husband died at his New York City home from Read More...