Mouni Roy’s first Karwa Chauth with hubby Suraj Nambiar! Actress Shares PICS Of Her Unique Shiv-Parvati Motif Mehendi Design

New Delhi: Firsts are always special! This year, ‘Brahmastra’ actress Mouni Roy is overjoyed as she celebrates her first Karwa Chauth. The actress married businessman Suraj Nambia on January 27, 2022 in Goa. She shared the photos of her mehendi on social media, writing, “Firsts are always special Happy Karwa Chauth beauties.” Mouni Roy’s mehendi designs seem quite unique. There was a picture of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati on her right palm that just looked surreal. The left palm had a design of a woman looking at the moon, showing the importance of Karwa Chauth’s ritual. The actress had donned a purple colored outfit while applying the mehendi on her palms.

As soon as she shared the photos, industry friends showed their love and support for the ‘Naagin’ actress. Actors Drashti Dhami, Surbhi Jyoti and Karan Tacker poured their love on her first Karwa Chauth through the comments section. While Drashti and Karan posted heart emojis, Surbhi wrote, “Beautiful.”

Fans of the actress also couldn’t control their excitement as soon as she posted the photos and started showering their love in the comments section. “Wow, very beautiful mehendi designs,” commented one fan. “This is so beautiful,” added another user using smileys and heart emojis.

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She also shared a photo of her puja items on Instagram stories.

Mouni Roy recently appeared in Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva’ in which she played the role of antagonist ‘Junoon’. Her performance in the film was well received by her fans. The actress regularly shares her beloved photos from her vacations with husband Suraj Nambiar.

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