The wedding was an intimate and private affair with immediate family. Masaba wore a custom-made #RaniCore lehenga of House of Masaba with her mom's jewellery, while Satyadeep sported a House of Masaba Barfi pink kurta and Pajama set with a bandi Masaba Gupta is married now. She tied the knot with Satyadeep Mishra on Friday morning in a secret ceremony.
Vicky Kaushal commented, “Congratulations Masaba and Sattu.” Shibani Dandekar commented, “Oh my god! Congratulations. so much love to you both.” Soha Ali Khan wrote, “Congratulations beautiful people. wishing you all happiness in the world !!”
Masaba is the daughter of actor Neena Gupta and former West Indies cricketer Vivian Richards. She is a successful fashion designer and now also an actor. She was seen in Masaba Masaba season 1 and 2 with her mother and in Modern Love Mumbai.
Satyadeep Mishra made his Bollywood debut with 2011 film No One Killed Jessica. He also holds a degree in law and has worked as a corporate lawyer for some time. He was recently seen as senior inspector in Vikram Vedha and as a spy in the web series, Mukhbir. He just saw the release of another web show, Tanaav.
Married my ocean of calm,this morning.Here’s to many many lifetimes of love,peace,stability & most importantly laughter. And thanks for letting me pick the caption - this is gonna be great! 😄
‘Shringar’ - A marriage is a celebration of stability,movement & balance..much like life and Manjit Bawa’s work which has hade a huge impact in my life … and this artwork provided the inspiration for my bridal line. In the @houseofmasaba Barfi Pink ‘paan-Patti’ lehenga paired with two dupattas - one in a Lime Green Wallflower Print dupatta with a sequinned border & the other with ‘open hearts’ embellished on it in rani pink.The custom border has the first ever Masaba Motif - ‘the palm’ & the ‘chidiya’ which celebrates the union of tradition & freedom. A sign that women can believe in the institution of marriage yet follow their hearts & voice their thoughts freely. • Jewels • I wanted a customised ‘Chand Taara’ inspired by South Indian headgears because the sun is energy - the protector & giver of life. And the various phases of the moon affect us in ways we don’t even recognise We are driven by nature & energised by it. May we never forget that. 💞💫