Kangana Ranaut with sister Rangoli and brother Aksht.

Kangana Ranaut gives a glimpse into brother’s destination wedding in Udaipur: ‘Lovely time for my family and me’

Kangana Ranaut’s brother Aksht is all set to get married later this month in a vacation spot marriage ceremony that may happen in Udaipur. Announcing the start of the celebrations, Kangana gave a glimpse of the household’s plans on social media.

The actor mentioned she is internet hosting the marriage in Udaipur. “This is such a lovely time for my family and me, I am hosting my brother’s destination wedding in Udaipur where Ranauts originally hail from, leaving for my parents house now, because of corona it’s a small intimate gathering now but excitement is the same,” she wrote on Twitter.


The marriage ceremony will happen over 2-days and can embrace mehendi and sangeet. It goes to be an intimate group given the coronavirus pandemic, together with the household and some choose friends. The record of friends was fairly lengthy until earlier this yr however was pared down to make sure social distancing. While the pre-wedding ceremonies will happen on November 11, the marriage is scheduled for the subsequent day.

Kangana Ranaut’s brother bought engaged final yr.

Earlier, Kangana and sister Rangoli had launched Aksht’s fiancée Ritu after their engagement ceremony final yr. “Friends are asking if Ritu is pahadi, no she is from Haryana, she is from Jaat community and we are Rajputs, first inter caste marriage of our family, didn’t I tell you all Aksht is a rule breaker,” Rangoli had written.

The household celebrated the haldi and badhaai ceremonies in October, as per the customs. Kangana had shared photographs and movies from the ceremony as she together with different members of the family smeared turmeric paste on her brother’s face.

She had additionally shared photographs as she invited numerous personalities for the marriage. “Today at Nana’s house in Mandi for Aksht’s Badhai, it’s flagging off wedding invites, a ceremony arranged by maternal grandparents,” she had written.