Mayank Pahwa, the son of Bollywood actors Manoj Pahwa and Seema Pahwa, will be tying the knot with actor Shahid Kapoor’s half-sister and daughter of Pankaj Kapur and Supriya Pathak, Sanah Kapur. The video of pre-wedding ceremonies have been going viral on social media.
Bollywood actor Sanah Kapur was last seen in her debut film Shaandaar along with co-actors Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Pankaj Kapur.
Actors Mayank Pahwa and Sanah Kapur will be getting married in Mahabaleshwar. The guests were seen enjoying the ceremonies in the videos that made it to the internet. Ratna Pathak Shah, along with sister Supriya Pathak danced on the song Mathe Te Chamkan during the Mehendi ceremony which took place on Tuesday. Members of the Kapur family including Shahid Kapoor and Mira Kapoor posted pictures on their social media accounts dressed up for the ceremonies.
Who is Mayank Pahwa?
Mayank Pahwa is an Indian actor who has been seen in several short films. He is the son of Bollywood actors Manoj and Seema Pahwa. Mayank was born in Mumbai and attended RIMS International School after which he graduated from MS University, Baroda.
Pahwa started his career in the entertainment industry with stage shows and plays. He is known for plays like Bhishmotsav, Impatient Seeker, Sharad Joshi Express, Happy Birthday among others. Mayank Pahwa made his debut in big screen with short film Cricket: My Religion in which he also worked as an assistant director. He also seen in other short films including Kosha, One Night Stand Up and Unfit.
Mayank Pahwa’s sister Manukriti is also an actor and is popularly known for her role in Sui Dhaaga: Made in India, while their mother Seema Pahwa, an actor and filmmaker, is known for her roles in Bareilly Ki Barfi and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan among other. Manoj Pahwa, his father, is seen in movies like Singh Is Kinng, Jolly LLB, Dil Dhadakne Do, Article 15 and many others.
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