Bride-to-be Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

Bride-to-be Dia Mirza looked beautiful in a blue and gold Anita Dongre lehenga as she walked hand in hand with fiance Sahil Sangha to attend her sangeet ceremony. Here are the photos.

FP Staff October 19, 2014 15:15:44 IST
Bride-to-be Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

 

Bridetobe Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

Dia Mirza attended her Sangeet ceremony with fiance Sahil Sangha who wore a simple full length Nehru suit. IBNLive

 

Bridetobe Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

While most stars want to shy away from cameras on and before their big day, Dia Mirza posed for the paparazzi. IBNLive

 

Bridetobe Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

Dia Mirza's wedding festivities began with a mehendi ceremony on 16 October 16, followed by sangeet which took place on 17 October in Delhi. IBNLive

 

Bridetobe Dia Mirza rocks a Anita Dongre lehenga at her sangeet ceremony

Dia Mirza looks stunning in a blue and gold Anita Dongre lehenga at her Sangeet ceremony. The actress chose a simple mehendi design and kept her make up minimal. IBNLive

 

 

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