Masaba Gupta ties the knot with Satyadeep Misra in a simple court marriage, says ‘married my ocean of calm’


Designer-Actor Masaba Gupta & Lawyer-Actor Satydeep Misra got married today The wedding was an intimate and private affair with immediate family. Masaba wore a custom-made Rani Core lehenga of House of Masaba with her mom's jewellery, while Satyadeep sported a House of Masaba Barfi pink kurta and Pajama set with a bandi. 

Sharing her wedding post, Masaba wrote, "Married my ocean of calm,this morning.Here’s to many many lifetimes of love,peace,stability & most importantly laughter. And thanks for letting me pick the caption - this is gonna be great!"


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Revealing details about their intimate wedding to Vogue, Masaba said, "We had a simple court marriage. The idea was to keep it very small and in the presence of our immediate family. We wanted it to be very intimate because we felt that that was the right thing to do and we will not be celebrating in a big way going forward. However, there will be a party with close friends and family about 80–85 people who've had a meaningful relationship with Satyadeep and me."

On her relationship with Satyadeep Misra, Masaba said, "I met him on the sets of Masaba Masaba, and interestingly, he was playing my ex-husband's character in season 1. He's an actor himself and he used to be a lawyer for a decade before that. I think we just connected on the fact that we could have conversations; we both love comfort, peace, and a healthy lifestyle. It's been a big change in my life where I've started eating better, and I think a big part of my fitness journey has kicked off because of him. We both like simple things–coming home to each other and just talking about nothing; watching something completely ridiculous; and having a good laugh. I think that's something we crave. The reason we connected is that when we come back home, we're dead to the world–it's like anything that happens in the outside world doesn't affect us. That's always special."

(Source: Vogue)