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Anuj Saxena marriage turns out to be a star studded affair

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MUMBAI: While marital bliss isn't a likely option for his reel character Abhay Kapoor, Kusum's on and off screen hubby Anuj Saxena is all set to settle down with his new bride Ishmit Dhadial nee Saxena.

Doctor turned actor Anuj tied a knot to his girl friend Ishmit Dhadial on 12 February 2004. The newly wed bride is from a New Delhi business family and has done a course in International Finance from Harvard University, Boston. She has also worked with real estate giants Richard Ellis and Standard Chartered Bank.

Reel family meets real family- Cast of Kkusum congratulates the newly wed

The attendee list was predominated by the Anuj's co-stars and other industry celebrities like Juhi Parmar, Poonam Narula, Nausheen Sardar Ali, Shruti Uulfat, Shradda Nigam, Raja and Jyoti Mukherjee, Viveck Vaswani, Rakesh Bedi, Kirron Kher, Karishma Tanna, Manish Goel, Kishen Mulchandani, Manish Goswami, Sai Deodhar, Raymon Singh, Nitin Trivedi, Pratim Parekh, Ashish Kaul, Manisha Kanojia, Ekta Sharma, Tasneem, Rupa Divetia, Bakul Thakkar and Rajesh Kumar.

Only real life is better: Anuj - Ishmit with Anuj's co- star Nausheen

Like a typical punjabi wedding, the festivities started with dance party at Yeshab at Khyber Restaurant, Kala Ghoda on 9 February, where the groom and the bride to be boogied with the guest till wee hours in the morning. While sangeet ceremony was held at May Fair Rooms, Worli on 10 February with special song presentation by a Punjabi group, Ishmit's mehendi ceremony was held at Palki Restaurant, Colaba on 11 February.

The newly weds with actors Jyoti Mukherji, Kirron Kher and director Ashok Gaikwad

The marriage at Hotel J W Marriott on 12 February was followed by grand reception at Pier radio club, Colaba on Friday, 13 February, which saw Anuj's co-stars in full attendence.

Says Anuj, " I feel very happy on this occasion. Ishmit is the right woman for me. Getting married is the wisest decision of my life. I am looking forward to spending time with my wife."

Ishmit says, "In one day my life has changed. I am Mrs Anuj Saxena now. I am sure Anuj is going to be a very caring husband and we will be happy in each other's company. So many things change for a woman after marriage in one go. I feel ecstatic as Anuj is making sure that I feel comfortable in the new environment."

According to a release issued by Saxena's public relations an elaborate menu with the cuisines included Italian, Indian, Continental, Chinese and Mughali was hit with the attendees.

As for his screen assignment, Anuj has apparently canned episodes for his serials in advance.

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