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Ahead of their marriage, Ankita Lokhande and Vicky Jain give a glimpse of their pre-wedding festivities

Actress Ankita Lokhande is all set to marry her beau Vicky Jain this month and the pre-wedding festivities have already begun. Taking to their respective Instagram handles, the couple has shared a few pictures, giving a glimpse of their pre-wedding rituals. Donning a simple green sari, in the pictures, Ankita is seen wearing a mundavalya, the traditional forehead ornament which is a must-have ornament in a Maharashtrian wedding. Vicky also opted for a traditional outfit for the ceremony. In one of the pictures shared by Ankita, she sat on Vicky's lap as they both smiled and posed for the camera. Sharing the post, she captioned it, 'Sacred #AnVikikahani #preweddingfestivities.' On the other hand, in the picture shared by Vicky, the soon-to-be-married couple is seen giving a dance pose. The caption was in Marathi, loosely translated it means, 'I love us BUT picture abhi baaki hai mere dost', enough to raise the excitement level of fans. Meanwhile, as soon as the picture surfaced on social media, several netizens and friends from the industry rushed to the comment section to shower their love upon the madly-in-love couple. While actress Sana Makbul wrote, 'my bestest, I m crying finally #Anvikikahani', Srishty Rode dropped red heart emoji, Nisha Rawal commented, 'Aaah! Many many blessings to u for this happy new beginning tons of love.' Recently, a video shared by a fan account of the actress, featuring the duo's wedding card went viral on the internet. As the duo headed towards their car, the camera is seen zooming inside the car on the front passenger seat where the couple's wedding invitations were kept. Meanwhile, sharing details, a source close to the couple had earlier revealed, 'The wedding invite has been shared with their loved ones. The mehendi ceremony will take place on December 12 followed by their engagement in the evening. On December 13, the couple will have a haldi ceremony and in the evening will be sangeet. The wedding will take place the next day in the morning and there will be a reception in the evening.'

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