Sana Khan gets married in a lovely traditional red and gold lehenga

After quitting Bollywood Sana Khan marries Mufti Anas in low-key ceremony

After quitting Bollywood Sana Khan marries Mufti Anas in low-key ceremony

Former TV actress and Bigg Boss contestant Sana Khan, who had shocked her fans when she declared that she is quitting the world of showbiz in order to serve humanity and follow the path of her Creator, has got married to Mufti Anas in Surat, Gujarat last night.

A few moments ago, Sana Khan took to her IG handle to share a handsome picture with her husband, Mufti Anas from her wedding.

In one of the videos, the couple can be seen holding hands and smiling for the camera while in another, they can be seen cutting their wedding cake.

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Netizens have reacted differently to the speculations about Sana's marriage. She was seen wearing a white embroidered dress along with a hijab and looked happier than ever. Sana looks pretty in a red lehenga as she posed for a picture with husband. she wrote, "Loved each other for the sake of Allah Married each other for the sake of Allah May Allah keep us united in this Duniya And reunite us in jannah Fabi ayyi ala-e rabbekumaa tokazzebaan Which of the favours of your lord will u deny #sanakhan #anassayed #nikah #married #20thnov #alhumdulillah" Sana looks lovely in her bridal look. A viral video from their low-profile wedding has now surfaced online and shows the bride and groom dressed in white. Married each other for the sake of Allah. Fabi ayyi ala-e rabbekumaa tokazzebaan. "Which of the favours of your lord will u deny #sanakhan #anassayed #nikah #married #20thnov #alhumdulillah".

Meanwhile, a few days back, Sana took to Instagram to share the message about quitting her acting career and the showbiz industry. The actor said she made a decision to leave the "showbiz lifestyle forever".

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