Dileep, wife Kavya and Meenakshi attend Nadirshah’s daughter’s wedding. See pics
Malayalam actor Dileep, his wife Kavya Madhavan and daughter Meenakshi attended Nadirshah’s daughter Aysha’s wedding. Photos and videos from the wedding are doing the rounds.
Dileep, Kavya Madhavan and Meenakshi attended Nadirshah’s daughter Aysha’s wedding.
Malayalam actor Dileep, wife Kavya Madhavan and his daughter Meenakshi were recently spotted attending director Nadirshah’s daughter Aysha’s wedding. Meenakshi and Aysha are close friends like their fathers, Dileep and Nadirshah. Aysha tied the knot with businessman Latheef Uplas’s son Bilal in Kochi on February 10. Photos and videos of Dileep’s family at Aysha’s wedding and reception are doing the rounds on social media.
DILEEP ATTENDS AYSHA’S WEDDING WITH FAMILY
Dileep and director Nadirshah have been best friends for several years. So it was natural for Dileep to attend Nadirshah’s daughter Aysha’s wedding with his family. Meenakshi, daughter of Dileep and ex-wife Manju Warrier, performed at the sangeet and was present by Aysha’s side throughout.
For the reception, Dileep chose a black outfit while Kavya Madhavan looked gorgeous in a red salwar kameez. Meenakshi surprised everyone in a red saree with gold work throughout.
Here’s the video:
Ahead of the wedding, the bride and groom’s families organised a sangeet ceremony. Meenakshi danced along with her close friends. Namitha Pramod also took part in the celebrations, which took place at a plush hotel. Meenakshi chose a blue lehenga and looked stunning in it.
Here are some pictures and videos:
DILEEP ACCUSED IN KERALA ACTRESS ASSAULT CASE
Dileep is an accused in the Kerala actress abduction and molestation case which took place in 2017. The case has been going on for over three years. In January 2021, a special court in Kochi had summoned an approver in the case, based on the plea filed by Dileep.
In September 2020, actors Sidhique and Bhamaa turned hostile witnesses in the assault case. The two actors made contradictory statements in court in comparison to the ones they had given initially.
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