Nimrat Kaur’s ‘dream come true’ moment at sister’s wedding 

New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Nimrat Kaur, who was in the capital earlier this week for her younger sister Rubina’s wedding, says she it was always her dream to see her “baby sister” as a bride.

“I had a wonderful time at the wedding and it was indeed a perfect winter wedding. It was something she (her sister) had dreamed of ever since she thought of having a wedding and it was also what I had dreamed of for her.

“It was a beautiful intimate ceremony with our loved ones and everything was just perfect. I had always wanted to see my baby sister as bride and the dream had finally come true,” Nimrat told IANS.

The actress, who is basking in the success of her latest Bollywood outing “Airlift” wore a custom-made ensemble from designer duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula for Rubina’s Anand Karaj ceremony (traditional Sikh wedding) here on Wednesday.

Talking about her ethnic attire, Nimrat said: “It was a traditional Punjabi sharara in a mint green colour with antique gold work on it all around and it was absolutely perfect. I have been swamped with compliments ever since. I felt like a complete bridesmaid and could not have wished for more. I just can’t stop looking at the pictures.”

The designer duo have described Nimrat as the “perfect” muse.

“Dressing the beautiful Nimrat was a sheer pleasure. As Sikhs ourselves, we understand the sentiment and feel of a Anand Karaj in the morning. The colour was perfect keeping the weather in mind and the silhouette classic yet comfortable,” they said in a joint statement to IANS.

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