Singer Neeti Mohan and Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi actor Nihaar Pandya tied the knot on February 15, 2019 followed by functions such as mehendi, sangeet and engagement ceremonies which took place on February 14, 2019. The couple got married at the venue The Taj Krishna, Hyderabad and in spite of being a lavish wedding, it was a close affair.
After wedding, they wrote a similar caption and announced their wedding, “With the blessings of family, friends and well-wishers, we are blissfully married. Dad's health is getting better each day. The Mohan and Pandya family THANK YOU for your constant love and support.”
Nihaar by marrying Neeti became jiju of three salis(sister-in-law) and he has strong bond with salis Mukti Mohan, Shakti Mohan and Kriti Mohan. Yesterday, he went on a lunch date with his salis. Neeti Mohan wasn't spotted with them. For the lunch, Mukti wore her traditional best. While, Shakti sported a cool look wearing culottes and a black hat. Nihaar was spotted in blue shirt and cherry colour jeans.
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Mukti after Neeti's wedding took to her official Instagram handle and wrote, "We are 5 Now. @nihaarpandya NJ Zooooo. Yayyyyyyyy Welcome to our Mad Mohan family."
Mukti also congratulated the couple by writing, “When promises are made with an open heart, we experience the divine rain. @neetimohan18 @nihaarpandya My NeeNis I Love You more than myself. Just like the showers in your wedding, I wish you love, good health, success everything in abundance.”
Neeti Mohan while talking about the details of love between them had earlier said, “We both have strong values and quite similar ones. I think Jimmy knew that, and trust me, he was very sure that we would click. He introduced us at a wedding, where Nihaar was accompanied by his parents. They met me very warmly and there was an instant connect with not just Nihaar but also his family members.”
She also had talked about what she likes the most in Nihaar, “Well, I am beyond gauging a person based on his looks. I try to gauge the inner core of the person, which I think is so prevalent in Nihaar.”