She styled the lehenga with two dupattas
Mahira Khan married her longtime partner Salim Karim in a low-key ceremony.
It is reported that the outdoor wedding took place at the Pearl Continental Hotel in Bhurban with only family and close friends present.
For the wedding, Mahira embraced pastel tones, wearing a design by Faraz Manan.
The actress opted for lehenga-choli, dupatta and long veil. The blouse had a wide square neckline, full-length sleeves, sequin embellishments and intricate kadhai work.
Mahira’s skirt featured a high-rise sequin embellished waist.
She styled the lehenga with two dupattas – one on her head with pleated shoulders and the other acting as a veil.
Mahira accessorised the bridal look with a gorgeous diamond choker, matching jhumka earrings and a maang tikka.
She kept her makeup simple, opting for light mascara, subtle eyeshadow, blush and glossy nude lipstick.
A centre-parted bun gave the finishing touch to her bridal look.
Meanwhile, Salim complemented Mahira in a black jacket and matching kurta.
He completed the ensemble with a pastel blue tulle pagdi.
In their wedding video, Salim becomes emotional as Mahira walks towards him. The couple then share a hug.
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This is Mahira Khan’s second wedding but who is Salim Karim?
Salim is an entrepreneur who has made his mark as the CEO of Karachi-based SimPaisa. The business facilitates the integration of payment providers with merchants.
The company reportedly facilitates merchants from different sectors in over 15 countries.
It is reported that Mahira and Salim first met in 2017 during the launch of Tapmad TV.
In 2019, they got engaged in a ceremony in Turkey.
In addition to being the CEO of SimPaisa, Salim is also reportedly a DJ.
Mahira Khan was previously married to Ali Askari, whom she has a son with.
Mahira has remained quiet about her personal life but in 2020, she confirmed she was in a relationship during an appearance on Samina Peerzada’s web show Rewind with Samina Peerzada.
The actress had said: “Yeah, I think I am in love.”
When Samina congratulated her, Mahira replied:
“I don’t know, I am so shy about it.”
Samina then asked if she knew the person Mahira had fallen for, to which she responded:
“You might, but he’s not from the industry.
“There’s a line in Humsafar which I thought was beautiful, where Ashar says to Khirad, ‘Pata nahi tum mujhay kis naiki ke badlay mein mili ho’ (I don’t know which good deed of mine led to you) and I think the same about him.
“I must have done something good in my life that God has sent him my way.”