Pakistani actress Sarah Khan just married singer Falak Shabir and they have the sweetest videos + pictures for us to gaze at. This couple is ruling Instagram and how!
How their fairytale love story unfolded...
Falak fell in love with Sarah the minute he saw her and proposed on their second meeting. They met in December 2019 at a fashion show. Sarah came along with her sister Noor and Falak took the opportunity and invited them both for tea.
They met again at another show and when Falak was dropping her off, instead of confessing his love, he proposed her for marriage. It wasn't an instant 'yes' from Sarah's side, she asked Shabir to get her father's approval before hers and would reject him if her father leaves the meeting within 15 minutes.
Love always wins! Sarah's father and Falak ended up spending 2 hours together and Sarah said 'yes'. Their family met the next day and they fixed their wedding date. *chat mangni pat byah*
Falak never misses an opportunity to woo his lady love. So he did arrange for a formal proposal. Here are pictures + videos from their proposal night! Sarah looked breathtaking in a flared Anarkali suit while Falak wore a white suit set for the occasion.
Sarah and Falak's wedding ceremonies kicked off with mehendi ceremony. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, only 40 people were invited to the wedding revelries. Sarah opted for a floral kurta-palazzo set for the ceremony and went for an all-natural makeup look. Falak, on the other hand, was smartly dressed in a red kurta.
Next up was Mayoo/Ubtan ceremony. The couple dressed simply for the event. Sarah was seen in a yellow Anarkali and Falak in white kurta pajama. Their couple portraits from the function absolute couple goals.
And finally the two lovebirds tied the knot in a serene nikkah ceremony. The videos from this event, one with their cute jugalbandi and the other, where Falak so adorably sings for Sarah, will melt your heart. For her big day, our natural beauty wore a pink sharara set. She teamed it up with kundan jewellery, glowy makeup and deeply kohled eyes. Falak complemented her bride in a beige mirror work kurta.