There are two kinds of people when it comes to celebrating an occasion. One, who go all out and party with their friends and family. Others like to keep their moments private and make memories with their special person. And it seems like Mouni Roy falls in the latter category! The actress is celebrating her fifth month anniversary with her husband and businessman Suraj Nambiar. In January 2022, the Bollywood star wed long-time partner Suraj Nambiar in a small ceremony in Goa. And needless to say, Mouni’s simple yet stunning wedding looked like a dream out of a fairy tale! As the couple completed five months together, they were seen celebrating in a beautiful place. Mouni took to Instagram to share her memories, and among the snapshots, we could also spot their anniversary dinner.
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Mouni first shared a boomerang of Arrabbiata Pasta with pieces of garlic bread in the series of photos. Next, she shared another snap of crisp potato wedges, topped perfectly with a spice mix. Check out her story here:
Doesn’t it look delicious? Mouni often posts about her love for food, and it seems like she really enjoys having Italian cuisine. Earlier, the actress was seen having Rotini Pasta covered in pesto sauce and topped with parmesan cheese. The cuisine on the plate looks great and would tempt you to prepare it right now! In the story, Mouni wrote, “Bon Appetit!” On the same day, she was also seen enjoying herself with her friend and stylist, Anuradha Khurana. Together, they relished a delectable cheesecake perfectly covered with caramel sauce. You can read all about it here.
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On the professional front, Mouni Roy’s next project is the Ayan Mukerji-helmed movie Brahmastra. Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, and Alia Bhatt play significant parts in the film. The movie is the first part of a planned trilogy. It will be released in theatres on September 9 in five Indian languages- Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.