Sushmita Sen shared a candid picture from her cousin Gaurav Sen’s recent wedding with his girlfriend Julja along with a message for the newlyweds. The actor attended the wedding earlier this month with ex-boyfriend Rohman Shawl, daughters Renee and Alisah, her parents, brother Rajeev Sen and his estranged wife Charu Asopa and their daughter Ziana. Sushmita also announced her ‘homecoming’ for the third season of her hit web series Aarya.
On Instagram, Sushmita shared a picture posing back-to-back with sister-in-law Julja, while her cousin Gaurav posed with folded arms. While Sushmita is seen in a beige saree, Julja is in her red bridal lehenga and Gaurav is in a sherwani. In a sweet message for the couple, Sushmita wrote, “Congratulations Julja & Gaurav! WHAT A FUN WEDDING @gsen27 @andreemarie92 If this is you, moments after your vows… I can only imagine the joy and happiness that awaits a lifetime together!! ! May God bless this beautiful love, friendship and commitment! I love you both very much!!! #duggadugga #your #didi.”
Sushmita also confirmed her return to Aarya for Season 3. Sharing a video of her meeting her team, she wrote on Instagram, “The warmest homecoming” My #aaryfamily …Darlings Darlings…Stand by me!! #sneakpeak #allheart #Aarya3. I love you guys!!!”
Ram Madhvani’s Aarya marked Sushmita’s digital debut and her return to the silver screen after a long time. The actor plays the protagonist, a strong and powerful character who crosses boundaries to protect her family from the world of crime. The first season was nominated for Best Drama Series at the International Emmy Awards.
Talking about Season 3, Sushmita had earlier said, “It’s a new dawn for Aarya Sareen and she’s wild. In Season 3, she’s going places and starting her own story unhindered from the past. Reprising the role of Aarya is like slipping into old jeans, but on a whole new path.” Sushmita is also set to play the role of transgender activist Gauri Sawant in a new web series titled Taali.
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