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Pranitha Subhash, Nitin Raju tie the knot

The wedding was a close-knit ceremony with only their closest family and friends in attendance

Published: 31st May 2021

Pranitha Subhash, known for acting in films like Attarintiki Daredi, Rabhasa, Saguni, Maasu and Brahmotsavam, tied the knot with businessman Nitin Raju in Bengaluru on Sunday. 

The wedding was a close-knit ceremony with only their closest family and friends in attendance.

The duo had planned to host a grand wedding ceremony for their friends from the showbiz, but they dropped the idea due to the prevailing second wave of Covid-19.

Pranitha took to Instagram to share the news and wrote, "It is with great happiness that we would like to inform you that we got married on 30th May 2021 in a very intimate ceremony. We are extremely sorry to not have informed you about the finalized date as up until the day before the wedding we were unsure about when the wedding will take place due to the current Covid restrictions. We didn't want to put you through with the prolonged ambiguity about our wedding date."

Further, she added, "Please accept our sincere apologies as we would have liked nothing more than for our loved ones to be a part of our special day. You mean a lot to us and we hope to celebrate together when things get better."

On the work front, Pranitha will soon be making her Bollywood debut with the Ajay Devgn-starrer Bhuj: The Pride of India.

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