PHOTOS: Manish Malhotra opts for a black and gold outfit as he gets snapped at Varun & Natasha's wedding

Manish Malhotra was snapped outside the main gate of the wedding resort in Alibaug as he waved out to the paparazzi before sitting in his car.
PHOTOS: Manish Malhotra opts for a black and gold outfit as he gets snapped at Varun & Natasha's wedding.
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Designer Manish Malhotra, who has dressed up the Dhawan's for their son Varun Dhawan's wedding, was snapped at the wedding venue on Sunday afternoon. The designer was snapped outside the main gate of the wedding resort in Alibaug as he waved out to the paparazzi before sitting in his car. Manish opted for a black and gold outfit for the celebrations and the designer looked dapper. 

In the photos, Manish can be seen wearing the customary mask, white pants and a black and gold kurta. The designer also had shared his photo from inside the resort on Saturday as the Sangeet celebrations kicked off. Manish's appearance outside The Mansion House on Sunday afternoon hints that the marriage ceremony might be over as Pinkvilla had exclusively revealed that the wedding muhurat was slated between 12:15 PM to 12:55 PM. 

Check out Manish Malhotra's latest photos below:   

Meanhwile, Karan Johar was snapped on Sunday afternoon at the Gateway of India as he took a speedboat to Alibaug amidst heavy security. The filmmaker was seen surrounded by a bunch of bouncers as he made his way to the speedboat. Apart from Karan and Manish Malhotra. the wedding venue only has close friends and family members present. 

Several media reports had earlier stated that Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor will be attending the wedding celebrations. But looks like the Dhawan's and Dalal's have kept the guest list an extremely private and restricted one.  

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Anonymous 1 month ago

Who wears black go an auspicious occasion?

Anonymous 1 month ago

sir...