Usman Mukhtar kicks off wedding festivities with an intimate mayun

Mabel R. Acton

Usman Mukhtar has been lately in the news for his currently airing drama serial, Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay. And while every other drama lover is cursing his character Aswad’s arc in the story, we are aware that Aswad is conflicted and unable to decide who to favour: the deceased Mashal or the alleged murderer Mehreen. Though, we don’t know what Aswad will do, Usman has made his choice long ago in April when he got hitched to Zunaira Inam Khan.

The actor has officially kicked off his wedding festivities with an intimate mayun ceremony in Islamabad which was attended by family and close friends. However, Usman hasn’t shared any pictures or videos on his social media. So, here is a glimpse of it that is circulating over the internet:

The event had a traditional mayun decor with yellow flowers and a beautiful illustration of Mukhtar and his wife in the backdrop.



The bride and groom wore pale yellow outfits. Both of them wore shawls to complement each other’s looks. Zunairah paired her elegant anarkali with a heavy choker and earrings set.





The mayun bride even gave us a closer look at her dress when she twirled for the camera.

Read: Usman Mukhtar opens up about his wife, marriage, new drama & a lot more in Q&A session



It seems like the guests were quite generous with ubtan.



Here’s hoping that Usman and his guests will follow Covid SOPs in the upcoming shadi events, as the actor wasn’t happy about people dancing too close and posting intimate pictures during weddings in the pandemic.




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