Esha is my princess for life, says fiance Bharat Takhtani

Jun 26, 2012

Mumbai: From her cousin Abhay Deol to friends Sohail Khan and Genelia D'Souza — actress Esha Deol and her fiance Bharat Takhtani's sangeet ceremony saw a lot of Bollywood celebrities and the couple could not stop gushing about each other.

"I am madly in love with him, I can't take my eyes off him," Esha said about her fiance Bharat, a businessman.

Pouring his heart out, Bharat called Esha his "princess for life," and added that that he is "looking forward to having my best life and my most wonderful life with my partner."

"I am madly in love with him, I can't take my eyes off him," Esha said of her fiance Bharat, a businessman. Raju Shelar/Firstpost

A beaming Esha was dressed in a orange-red heavily embroidered lehenga-choli by designer Rocky S, while her beau flaunted a royal-blue embroidered sherwani.

A trained dancer, Esha managed to get Bharat to dance at the retro-themed sangeet ceremony.

"I love dancing and I managed to get Bharat to dance and he also finally agreed to dance," said Esha.

Meanwhile, guests from B-Town wished the couple all the best.

Abhay, who came with his girlfriend Preeti Desai, said: "I wish they live happily together and obviously it's a momentous occasion. I am very excited and happy for them."

Filmmaker-actor Sohail Khan, who is a friend of Bharat, said that he knows Bharat since years. "He is a Bandra boy and Esha has been a family friend. I just wish them all the best and they are a lovely couple."

Newly married couple Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia feel that marriage will mark an exciting new chapter in Esha-Bharat's relationship.

"I just wish them a happy married life. I am extremely happy for Esha that she found her true love and wish them both a happy married life," Riteish said.

Genelia said: "Yeah, we wish them all the best for their new life together and I am sure it's going to be an exciting new chapter in their life."

Esha's mehendi ceremony will be on 28 June followed by the a traditional wedding in a temple on 29 June and a reception the next day.


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