Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajeev Sen has been in the limelight for his wedding with the television actress and model Charu Asopa. The two were in a relationship and tied the knot in a court last Sunday. And on Friday, the couple flew down to Goa for their breathtaking wedding ceremony with all the family and friends. They had a destination wedding in Goa and the pictures from the wedding are going crazy viral.

Ever since the big event took place a series of pictures and videos went viral from their wedding what caught our attention is a video in which the doting sister Sushmita can be seen adjusting sister-in-law Charu’s mukoot. Isn’t this a kind gesture from Sushmita’s side. It seems that Sushmita has wholeheartedly accepted Charu.

For those who haven’t seen the pictures yet, Rajeev and Charu took to their Instagram accounts to share pictures from their wedding. Rajeev wrote alongside a series of wedding photos, “Just got married to the person I love & respect from my heart .. Sen family.” Charu, sharing a picture of the couple dancing, wrote, “We danced our way to a beautiful dream wedding. Beyond blessed.” She has also changed her Instagram name to Charu Sen. In the pictures, Sushmita can be seen posing with the newlyweds, accompanied by daughters Renee and Alisah, and boyfriend Rohman Shawl. She is wearing a black anarkali, while Rohman is in a suit. Take a look:

Charu had earlier confirmed the news of her traditional style wedding with Rajeev. She had said, “It will be an intimate affair with just 20-25 people each from our respective families in attendance. Our families had originally zeroed in on a date in December, but Rajeev, during a conversation with me, said that it’s too far. That’s how we advanced the date to June 16. Forget others, even our families were surprised to learn about our decision. We will have a reception in Mumbai depending on the availability of our families and friends.”

She had also shared her wedding plans in an interview. It read,  “I have always dreamt of having a white wedding. So, we plan to have a Christian-themed engagement and I will wear a white gown for it. The idea is to start with white — the colour stands for peace and purity — and then add colours to our functions and costumes, with us in red on our wedding day. We will be colour-coordinated for all our functions. While the pheras will happen according to Rajasthani and Bengali rituals, the theme for the wedding will be royal Rajasthani. I am in a shopping mode now. I haven’t taken up any new project, as I want to spend time with Rajeev after marriage.”

Here’s extending our heartiest congratulations to the newly-weds.