Popular Comedian couple Sanket Bhosale and Sugandha Mishra tied the knot last week. It was an intimate wedding ceremony with just family and close ones in attendance. Nonetheless, it was one lavish wedding affair. Both Sanket Bhosale and Sugandha Mishra dished out couple goals with their amazing chemistry and attires. And now, The Kapil Sharma Show actress has been enjoying the early days of her marital life with Sanket and his family. Now, y’all would know the rituals continue for a couple of days after the wedding too. So, Sugandha Mishra was busy with her post-wedding rituals to which she added a mix of Punjab. For the unversed, Sanket is a Maharashtrian while Sugandha is born in Jalandhar, Punjab. As a part of the Maharashtrian post-wedding ritual, Sugandha had to cook a sweet dish for Sanket and his family. Hence the actress thought of making a mix of Punjab and Maharashtra.
When asked about participating in the post-wedding rituals, Sugandha said, “I am understanding and inculcating the traditional Maharashtrian ways. I am excited about being a Maharashtrian baiko (laughs!),” reports, Times of India. For the sweet dish she made Panjiri, a Punjabi sweet dish alongside a Maharashtrian sweet dish. She said, “It’s a traditional Punjabi sweet dish, which we make during a puja. It’s served as prasad. I am glad that everyone liked it. Eventually, I prepared a Maharashtrian sweet dish as well. It was a great mix of Punjabi and Maharashtrian dishes on the table.”
On the other hand, Sanket Bhosale is busy being a doting husband to Sugandha. He said, “I am adapting to the new role of being a doting and responsible husband. I have promised Sugandha to be the best version of it.” Earlier, Sanket had opened up on what’s it like to be married. He had said, “Being married is a wonderful and beautiful feeling. It’s all the more special, because I have Sugandha by my side. I suddenly feel extremely responsible. We are in a happy space.” He also added, “It has been amazing and hectic at the same time. We have been busy with rituals at home ever since our arrival in Mumbai.”