Kolkata: Popular Bengali actress Nusrat Jahan, newly-elected Member of Parliament from TMC, got married to her long-time boyfriend Nikhil Jain at a grand ceremony in the Turkish town of Bodrum on June 19. She hosted a grand reception in Kolkata on July 4. In the party, we could see the who's who of Bengali film industry, politicians and business tycoons in attendance. The party was held at ITC Royal in Kolkata.

Due to the wedding, Nusrat and Mimi missed taking their oath in Lok Sabha. 

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee was seen blessing the couple along with Jadavpur MP Mimi Chakraborty. TMC bigwigs Kalyan Bandyopadhyay, Partha Chatterjee and Kolkata mayor Firhad Hakim wer also in attendance.

Stars like Dev Adhikari, Jeet, Moon Moon Sen, Prosenjit Chatterjee, Swastika Mukherjee, director Srijit Mukherji with their family were seen posing for the shutterbugs.  

The pictures went viral as soon it was shared online.

A source close to Nusrat told news agency IANS, "The cuisine was a mix of Italian, Bengali, pure vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. The vegetarian section was being planned carefully keeping her in-laws' (who are Jains) guest list in mind. But the actress took care of the Bengali food section as she loves hilsa, prawn and bhetki preparations."

Nusrat and Mimi had to miss the oath-taking in Lok Sabha on June 17 and 18 because of the wedding. A fatwa was also issued against Nusrat for wearing ''sindoor''.

Who is Nikhil Jain?
Nusrat's husband Nikhil is a city-based entrepreneur, with a thriving textile business. Nusrat was working as the face of his textile chain when the duo is said to have got acquainted with each other last year. Officially announcing her engagement with Jain, Nusrat had written on Instagram: "When reality is finally better than ur dreams, the best thing to hold on to in life... is each other..!! @nikhiljain09."

The beautiful actress had looked every bit the traditional bride in a red designer lehenga as she tied the knot with her businessman beau Nikhil Jain in the picturesque Turkish town of Bodrum on June 19.

(Inputs from PTI)