Actor danish got married

Famously recognised for his character of Mr. Nags from the RCB Insider series, Comedian Danish Sait announced his marriage to fiancee Anya on social media yesterday. The couple, who had a simple registered marriage among close friends and family on Wednesday, looked happy-in-love in the photos released.

Danish Sait took to his social media handles on Thursday to announce his wedding with his fiance. His caption, paired with two photographs of the event, read, “Anya and I exchanged rings today in the presence of 15 of our closest family and friends, following our registered wedding yesterday. As we embark on this journey of love and togetherness, please bless us and send us your love.”

Actor and Comedian Danish Sait and Anya Rangaswami

His sister, Kubra Sait, also famous for her acting and hosting skills, congratulated the couple with a post and caption that read, “The babies are married…wish you both the best forever to come”.

“This indeed is such a special occasion and they are so happy with each other. Of course, these are times of social distancing, but love will always keep us all close”, said Danish’s good friend and director Saad Khan to the Times of India. He was one of the chosen few attendees of the wedding.

Danish and Anya had gotten engaged in December last year. Anya works as a graphic designer in Mumbai. Their wedding was a closed one with just 15 attendees adhering to the COVID-19 norms of the country

Danish Sait Tweeted about his marriage

Talking of Danish’s professional life, he last starred in Pannaga Bharana’s ‘French Biriyani’. After beginning his career as an RJ, he starred in Saad Khan’s ‘Humble Politician Nograj’ and a web series named ‘Afsos’. He also works as a stand-up comedian for ‘The Improv’.

He has hosted several events such as the Pro Kabaddi League, the RCB insider series and the Cricket World Cup in 2015. As of now, he is all set to be seen in ‘777 Charlie’, a kannada movie starring Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri and Raj B Shetty.

Krithika P V

By Krithika P V

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