Naga Chaitanya, Samantha’s first picture as husband-wife

In a private yet lavish wedding in Goa, Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu got married in the attendance of close family members and friends. Now the first picture of Samantha and Naga Chaitanya post wedding was circulated on net. Samantha was seen wearing a mangalsutra and clicked with hubby Naga and Dr.Majula, one of the top members in Samantha's Pratyusha organization.

On Friday, October 6th, Samantha Ruth Prabhu tied the knot with her long time boyfriend Naga Chitanya in a lavish wedding in Goa. The pictures of their dual wedding were circulated all over net.

At first the duo was wedded according to Hindu rituals and then next day they are married according to Christian rituals.

The wedding was held at Hotel W in Goa and was graced by Venkatesh, Suresh Babu, Rahul Ravindran, Vennela Kishore, Sushanth and Adivi Sesh among others. Members from the Daggubati family — Venkatesh, Suresh Babu — were one among the few family members who present at the wedding.

For the Hindu ritual wedding, the bride wore a beautiful saree which was owned by Naga’s grandmother. Designer Kresha Bajaj has done some work on it.  She was decked with maching jewellery including a maang tikka. While the groom wore white silk dhoti and kurta.

Samantha looked like a dreamy Christian bride in a light purple gown, designed by Kresha Bajaj and she is accessorised with a diamond necklace and matching earrings while Naga Chaitanya complemented his bride in a black tuxedo. Naga puts a ring on Samantha’s finger.

On Sunday, a lavish reception for their industry friends was thrown in Hyderabad.

A few days before her wedding, when Samantha was asked about her wedding, she said, “I have always wanted my wedding to be a private affair with only close friends and family members attending it. It was important for both Chay and me to see people smile, laugh, and have a good time. And what’s the point in having a lavish wedding where you don’t even know how each one of the guests felt at that moment (smiles). Besides, our wedding is just a formality because in our heads, we are already married to each other (laughs).”