Tollywood actor and the first-time parliamentarian, Nusrat Jahan got married in Turkey on Wednesday. The wedding was attended by close relatives and friends.

The 29-year-old Ms. Jahan got married to a businessman named Nikhil Jain. They chose for their wedding place in the picturesque Turkish town of Bodrum. After the wedding, Nusrat Jahan tweeted a picture of the wedding along with her groom saying, “Towards a happily ever after with Nikhil Jain.”

Bengali Actor Nusrat Jahan Knot The Ties With Nikhil Jain | tnbclive.in

Nusrat Jahan who won from West Bengal’s Basirhat seat as a Trinamool Congress ticket by over 3.5 lakh votes. She is among the 17 women who were fielded by Mamata Banerjee in the last month’s national election. The new candidate had a huge win from her seat.

On a special day, Ms. Jahan wore a beautiful red lehenga designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The outfit of the groom was also designed by Sabyasachi. The newly married couple has decided to have another wedding ceremony for which she has selected an outfit which is a mix of mint green and white.

On Sunday, Nusrat Jahan’s parents, sister, and other close relatives flew to Turkey. Bengali actor Mimi Chakraborty, who is a good friend of Nusrat Jahan and also a first-time Congress lawmaker, also joined the marriage ceremony.

Both the lawmakers could not take oath this week because of Ms. Jahan’s wedding. Ms. Chakraborty shared a glimpse of the stunning venue on Instagram with the caption, using the caption, “All set #njaffair”.

On July 4, the couple will celebrate the reception at a hotel in Kolkata. A huge number of Bengali film personalities and political leaders are likely to attend the event. Nikhil Jain is a Kolkata-based entrepreneur, with a textile business.

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