Actress MP Nusrat Jahan dazzles at her Kolkata wedding reception

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Kolkata: Amidst a serene floral setup and multi-cuisine menu, newly-wed couple Nusrat Jahan and Nikhil Jain exuded charm as they personally welcomed a slew of eminent guests at a reception party here.

The actress-turned-MP looked beautiful in a wine-coloured velvet lehenga, while her husband opted for a velvet Bandhgala of a dark shade as they hosted the party at ITC Royal.

The event, held under high security, was graced by West Bengsl Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Nusrat Jahan's best friend-cum-fellow MP Mimi Chakraborty was by her side wearing a dark-green lehenga.

"We have come a long way. I am very happy to make it till here as we have had a lot of road-bumps and a lot of roller-coasters on the way. But I am very happy to have her by my side and support her in everything she does. Whatever makes her happy, I want to do that," Nikhil told reporters during the reception party at ITC Royal.

Asked about any special gift for the occasion, Nusrat said: "We gifted each other our entire lives, that is the most special gift that any person can gift the other person."

In a candid moment, she asked: "Shaara ta jibon ekta manusher shaathe katate hobe, chaap ta bujhte parchen ki? (Can you understand the pressure of spending the whole life with a single person)" to which her businessman husband assured "there will be no chaap (pressure)".

The actress took this as a vow from her husband in the presence of so many media persons.

"Everyone is the witness now. Hope you gave a thought before uttering the words," Nursat asked her husband.

The beautiful actress had exchanged wedding vows with Jain in the picturesque Turkish town of Bodrum on June 19.

Nikhil is a city-based entrepreneur, with a thriving textile business.

The 29-year-old actress was working as the face of his textile chain when the duo is said to have got acquainted with each other last year.

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