Mumbai: On today, June 9, Actor Nayanthara tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend filmmaker Vignesh Shivan. Filmmaker Vignesh Shivan has shared the first pictures of his wedding. The couple’s wedding ceremony took place in the presence of their family members and close friends. A huge glass mandap was erected for the fairytale wedding at Sheraton Park in Mahabalipuram, Chennai.
Taking to Instagram, sharing the first pictures from the wedding, Vignesh wrote in his Instagra post, “On a scale of 10 … She’s Nayan & am the one. By God’s Grace 🙂 jus married.” Fans showered the newlyweds with blessings and compliments. “Another beautiful pic,” wrote one. “Happy wedding day Nayan mam & wiki sir,” commented another.
The ceremony was attended by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin, along with cinema personalities, including Mani Ratnam, Atlee, Rajinikanth, Shah Rukh Khan, Chiranjeevi, Kamal Haasan, and Samantha Ruth Prabhu.
Earlier their wedding, Vignesh Shivan penned a romantic post to his ladylove Nayanthara. He shared throwback pictures that encapsulate their relationship. His post read, “Today is June 9th and it’s Nayan’s. thanking God , the universe, the Good will from all the lovely human beings who have crossed My life !! Every good soul , every good moment , every good coincidence, every good blessing , everyday at shooting and every prayer that has made life this beautiful! I owe it all to the good manifestations & prayers ! Now , It’s all dedicated to the love of my life ! #Nayanthara ! My #Thangamey ! Excited to see u walking up the aisle in a few hours ! Praying God for all the goodness and looking forward to starting a new chapter officially in front of our beloved family & the best of friends.”
Nayanthara is also reported to make her Hindi film debut with Atlee’s “Jawan”, fronted by Shah Rukh Khan. A top star, Nayanthara has worked across Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam industries in films such as “Chandramukhi”, “Ghajini”, and “Puthiya Niyamam”. Shivan is best known for directing Tamil movies “Thaanaa Serndha Koottam” and “Paava Kadhaigal” (antholog