Guneet Monga & Sunny Kapoor Marry in Lavish Ceremony

Film producer Guneet Monga tied the knot with Sunny Kapoor in a traditional Sikh ceremony, matching in sky blue.

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"we took our vows to start our forever, today."

Guneet Monga and Sunny Kapoor got married in a traditional Sikh ceremony.

The couple matched in sky blue outfits.

Sunny wore an off-white sherwani with a sky blue turban and dupatta.

Meanwhile, Guneet was dressed in a sky blue and pink lehenga, completing her bridal look with heavy jewellery and gold kaleera.

In one of the pictures, Sunny candidly posed with the guests whilst dancing.

Guneet Monga & Sunny Kapoor Marry in Lavish Ceremony

Guneet shared some pictures and wrote:

“With the unconditional love and blessings of our Guruji, elders, friends and family we took our vows to start our forever, today.

“I had my parents with me in spirit and in small details of my wedding festivities and rituals.

“I know they’re watching us from above and beaming.

“It’s surreal to have found a family so pure and warm in Sunny and his parents who have made me feel so incredibly special and loved already.

“In putting together our wedding we experienced countless moments that felt so special, we felt dearly protected and celebrated.

“It’s like the universe came together to make our divine union happen.

“Thank you for all the wishes, blessings and heartwarming messages.

“Thank you for being a part of the biggest day of our life. PS: I manifested the most popular surname ever!”

Guneet Monga and Sunny Kapoor held several pre-wedding celebrations.

On December 11, 2022, they held a cocktail party for their celebrity friends. Some of the guests included Vidya Balan, Sonali Bendre and Rhea Chakraborty.

A mehendi night was also held at Guneet’s home in Mumbai.

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Several days before her wedding, Guneet Monga admitted she felt pressure to find her soulmate after watching Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

She wrote: “DDLJ ruined me… Like every girl growing up in the 90s, I too have been on a constant lookout for my Raj ever since I was 18.

“Anyone I dated, I ran to my friends to tell them this is it, I found my partner for the rest of my life.

“Some even indulged me a couple of times but mostly rolled their eyes and wanted to say, ‘Guneet please just take your time’.

“I never wanted to take my time, my magical forever started from Day 1. I was ready to commit from Day 1!”

“Everyone would always tell me, at the right time the right person will come into my life, and this irritated me the most!

“Why on earth has my time not come? It’s 40 years already, actually 39 but a round figure sounds better.

“And every time an extended family member would ask me, ‘Beta shaadi nahi ki (you are yet not married)’, I would reply, ‘Get one for me, I will get married tomorrow’, and they would have no answer.

“Just, ‘How can we find a match for you, you are from the film industry’. Now that is also my fault.

“Honestly, I have cursed my body, my intelligence, my way of talking, my education, my middle-class life and even my job designation to be able to find someone!

“Wait, did I tell you, I have also tried missing the last Euro train but the doors shut automatically there and no one keeps their hand out to pull you in!

“Your hands will be cut my dear sisters.”



Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”



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