Telugu actor Sharvanand tied the knot with Rakshitha Reddy in a lavish ceremony earlier this week. After several ceremonies including haldi, mehndi and music, they tied the knot on June 3 in Jaipur. The wedding was attended by many close friends and colleagues from the industry, including Ram Charan, Siddharth, Aditi Rao Hydari, and producer Vamsi. While pictures and videos from his wedding are currently going viral on social media, a video which may appear to be from the couple’s music shows actor Siddharth taking to the stage to sing the Telugu song ‘Oi Oi’. has gone
In a video, Siddharth, dressed in a white tuxedo, can be seen running towards the stage with a mic in hand to join the performers. As he begins to sing, the crowd can be heard cheering and shouting for him in excitement.
Ram Charan was also seen clapping for Siddharth in the audience. It may be mentioned that this song is from the actor’s 2009 Telugu film “Oy”.
The video has also caught the attention of social media users who have shared their reactions in the comments section. Some praised the multi-talented actor, while others threw heart emojis. One user wrote, “Multi talented”, while another wrote, “Below her real scale. Her scale is slightly higher.. Multi talented.”
“Good Siddhartha sir,” commented a third.
As for Unversed, Siddharth and Sharvanand worked together in the 2022 Telugu film “Maha Samudra” and are said to have become good friends since then. From engagement to wedding ceremonies, Siddharth reportedly attended all functions with his rumored girlfriend Aditi Rao Hydari. The pictures of both of them with the newly married couple also went viral on social media.
Marriage of Sharvanand and Rakshita Reddy
After a long engagement, actors Sharvanand and Rakshita Reddy tied the knot on June 3 in a lavish ceremony. Their wedding pictures are going viral. While Sharwanand was seen in a golden sherwani, Rakshita was colorful in a traditional zari saree.
The actor’s BFF Ram Charan also attended the wedding and was seen participating in most of the ceremonies.