Filmmaker Hansal Mehta finally tied the knot with his long-time partner Safeena Husain in an intimate ceremony in California. The pictures from the ceremony stand proof that it was a sweet and simple ceremony.
Hansal Mehta is known for delivering impactful cinema and his longtime partner and now wife has been working in the field of education for girls.
Sharing some pictures of the ceremony on his Instagram, Hansal on Wednesday, May 25, wrote, “So after 17 years, two children, watching our sons growing up and chasing our respective dreams we decided to get hitched. As always in life this was also impromptu and unplanned. Our vows however were truthful and but for this little ceremony they would never have been said. Ultimately love prevails over all else. And it has…”
In the pictures, Hansal is seen wearing a casual T-shirt and denims along with a blazer in beige while Safeena donned a pink salwar suit. He shared quite a few pictures from the wedding on his Instagram and one photo was captioned, “Hitched. Finally,”. Another photo was captioned, “Modern Love.”.
Hansal Mehta was one of the directors who helmed a story for the recently released anthology series on Amazon Prime Video – “Modern Love Mumbai”. Hansal’s story was the episode titled, ‘Baai’.
Actor Rajkummar Rao who has worked with Hansal Mehta in movies like ‘Omerta’, ‘Shahid’ and ‘Citylights’ was quick to congratulate the couple. He wrote, “Congratulations my fav couple. You guys complete each other. I love you both.”
Manoj Bajpayee who worked with Hansal in ‘Aligarh’, wrote, “Wow! Wow!! Congratulations & best wishes to both of you lovelies.”
Actor Pratik Babbar, who was in Hansal’s ‘Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story’ tagged his wife Bhamini Oza and wrote in Hansal’s comments, “This is lovely. Well, it’s inspiring and pressurising too. @bhaminioza is already giving me heard looks.”
Fellow filmmaker and friend, Anubhav Sinha said, “Je Baat!! (This is how it should be).”
The congratulations were aplenty and it seems like Hansal Mehta’s real life love story might be just as interesting as his reel-life stories.