Banoo Main Teri Dulhan actor Manish Naggdev tied the knot with girlfriend Malika Juneja on Thursday in Goa. Joining as baraatis were his good friend and co-stars Divyanka Tripathi and Kamya Punjabi. Their husbands Vivek Dahiya and Shalabh Dang, were also seen joining the revelry. The wedding happened by the beach, where the newlyweds took their vows.Kamya took to Instagram to share a few photos from the beautiful wedding and wrote a heartfelt note for the couple. “An evening we will cherish for life, mere dost khush reh hamesha, there was a moment when I got too emotional n about to cry (khushi ke aansu) saari dua aur khushiyaan tere liye mere yaar ❤️ @manishnaggdev, @malikajuneja05 welcome to the family🤗,” she wrote. The Shakti actor’s note left Manish emotional as he replied on the post thanking her and Shalabh for joining them on their special day. “Kal ek moment pe main bhi @shalabhdang tum dono ko dekhkar emotional hua tha. You guys are PURE LOVE.❤️💥🙌😘🤗,” a part of his reply read. A post shared by Kamya Shalabh Dang (@panjabikamya) As fans started dropping congratulatory messages, comedian Rajiv Thakur welcomed Manish to the husband club. He wrote, “Congratulations bro @manishnaggdev .. welcome to the club husbands..🤗🤗🤗.” Others like Jaya Bhattacharya, designer Neerusha Nikhat also wished the newlywed couple.While bride Malika Juneja dressed up in a pink sequined lehenga, Manish was seen in a blue tuxedo. Kamya Punjabi looked gorgeous in her in a black and red floral pant suit with a black bikini top. Divyanka Tripathi on the other hand opted for a green and white stylish gown, and husband Vivek complemented her in his white linen shirt. The Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actor also shared some candid pictures of Vivek, Manish and her parents enjoying the weather of Goa. A post shared by Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya (@divyankatripathidahiya) Apart from Dulhan, Manish Naggdev has also been part of shows like Begusarai, Madhubala, Udaan, Pavitra Rishta, Geet among more. He was earlier dating Srishty Rode, who parted ways with him after her Bigg Boss 12 stint.
Panaji: The likely northward shift of an upper air cyclonic circulation now lying over the interior regions of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, and the possible persistence of a north-south trough across interior Karnataka, are likely to bring an increase in rainfall activity over Goa on May 19 and 20. The India meteorological department (IMD) has warned that these weather features are very likely to affect weather over Goa in the coming 48 hours. “In continuation of previous forecasts, rain and thundershowers are very likely to continue over Goa in the coming five days. Heavy rainfall of 64.5-115.5mm in 24 hours is very likely at a few places on May 19 and at isolated places on May 20. Winds speed touching 30-40kmph are also very likely,” the IMD warning stated. Based on latest observations and numerical weather prediction model guidance, the IMD has also warned that thunderstorms accompanied with lightning are very likely at isolated places over Goa. As a result, fishermen are advised not to venture along and off the South Maharashtra-Goa coast on May 19 and 20. The IMD has warned that there is a possibility of cloud to ground lightning, fall of weak trees or weak structures and rough sea conditions along the coast. Due to the intensity in rainfall, the IMD has also said that there is possibility of traffic congestion, short term water logging and inundation in urban and low-lying areas, disruption to municipal services, like that of water, electricity, etc, and localised mudslides.
Panaji: The India meteorological department (IMD) has forecast light rain and thundershowers at isolated places in Goa till May 18 and thundershowers at a few places on May 19 and 20. Partly cloudy skies are also expected to prevail. “Thunderstorm and lightning with gusting winds are likely from May 18 to May 20 and heavy rainfall is very likely at isolated places in Goa on May 20,” the IMD said. A fishermen’s warning has also been issued. “Squally weather with wind speed reaching 40-50kmph gusting to 60kmph is likely to prevail over along and off South Maharashtra-Goa coast on May 18. Fishermen are advised not to venture along this coast during this period,” the IMD forecast stated. There is no large change in the maximum temperature for 24 hours. Maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 34 degrees Celsius and 27 degrees celsius, respectively, until the morning of May 18. However, a gradual rise by one to two degrees celsius is expected in the subsequent two days, the IMD alert stated. The highest maximum temperature of 34.2 degrees celsius was recorded at Panaji on Monday.
Panaji: The India meteorological department (IMD) forecast indicates rain and thundershowers over Goa for a couple of days from Friday, November 12 onwards. As per IMD forecast, a low-pressure area has formed over the southeast Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood and it is likely to concentrate into a depression over southwest and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal. The depression over the east-central Arabian Sea lay weakened into a well-marked low-pressure area on Tuesday. It is likely to move west-southwestwards during the next couple days thus bringing rain to Goa. Weather warnings have been issued for fishermen for one more day over parts of east-central Arabian Sea.