Dia Mirza husband Vaibhav Rekhi’s ex-wife has this to say about their wedding ceremony

New Delhi: Sunaina Rekhi, ex-wife of Mumbai businessman Vaibhav Rekhi who lately bought married to actor-environmentalist Dia Mirza took to Instagram to share her ideas on Vaibhav and Dia’s marriage.

Sunaina claimed that she obtained numerous direct messages on her social media account, inquiring on how she is and what are her ideas on Vaibhav’s marriage. “I’m Sunaina Rekhi. You could’ve heard my title, and if not, now it’s everywhere in the information. Sure, my ex-husband has gotten married to Dia (Mirza) and I’ve been getting numerous DMs and WhatsApps to ask if I’m okay, if Samaira and I are effective. Thanks for feeling I’m your personal and in your concern,” mentioned Sunaina.

Speaking about how the wedding has affected her daughter Samaira, she mentioned, “We’re completely effective, not simply effective, however my daughter may be very excited. I noticed some movies the place she was throwing flowers. It’s a very nice extension for her.”

Sunaina additionally spoke concerning the significance of youngsters witnessing love round them whereas rising up. “Additionally, I need to take this chance to say that it’s so necessary for a kid to see love of their lives. If Samaira couldn’t see that type of love between her father and her mom, when she was youthful, at the very least she sees that love now. She carries that magnificence and that vitality into her future, which is so pretty, to have the ability to see love in a wedding. I feel that’s very particular, and I’m very pleased for Samaira and I’m very pleased for her dad, and for Dia,” shared Sunaina.

Dia Mirza and Vaibhav Rekhi tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on February 15. The duo has damaged many stereotypes and patriarchal customs of their wedding ceremony.  A feminine priest solemnized Dia and Vaibhav’s marriage. In addition they didn’t comply with the follow of Kanyadaan (freely giving of the bride) and Bidaai (switch of bride from her mother or father’s household to the grooms).


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