Actor-Model Poonam Pandey Tied The Knot With Longtime Boyfriend Sam Bombay- View Pictures!
Scroll down below to see glimpses of Poonam Pandey's wedding ceremony with fiance Sam Bombay.
Actor-model Poonam Pandey’s big day is finally here. Poonam tied the knot with longtime boyfriend Sam Bombay. The two shared glimpses from their wedding shenanigans on their respective Instagram accounts and we can’t help, but keep gushing over their mushy pictures. Sam Ahamad Bombay, 46, is a film director by profession.
Poonam shared a picture of them dressed as bride and groom and captioned it, “Here’s looking forward to seven lifetimes with you.” While Poonam is seen seated on a chair in a navy blue embroidered lehenga with intricate work on it, accompanied with a huge mangtika and kaleere, Sam is in a colour-coordinated sherwani as he poses alongside her.
She also dropped a candid picture from their phera ceremony, with a heart emoji in the caption. It shows Poonam donning a lehenga, with a veil failing to hide her beautiful laughter as Sam embraces her during the ceremony.
Sam had also shared a picture with Poonam on his Instagram account, probably from their mehendi ceremony. While Poonam is sporting a pastel green lehenga with a fullsize jacket as she flaunts her henna-decorated hands to the camera, Sam is seen in a black sherwani as he locks his hands around her while also holding a champagne.
The couple had broken the news of their engagement in July. Sam had shared a picture of them showing off their rings and had captioned it, “We finally did it!” Poonam had acknowledged his post with the comment, “Best feeling.”
The two were earlier booked for lockdown violation by the Marine drive police in May. According to a Hindustan Times report, they were going all around in their BMW, which was seized. The two were detained and then released after a notice. A case was registered against the two at Marine Drive police station under sections 188 and 269 of the Indian Penal Code and relevant sections of the National Disaster Management Act.