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focus shifts to Munawar Faruqui’s second spouse, Mehzabeen Coatwala

In a private and meticulously orchestrated affair, well-known comedian and reality TV personality Munawar Faruqui has purportedly tied the knot with professional makeup artist Mehzabeen Coatwala.

Reliable sources close to the comedian have verified the marriage, which was held at the opulent ITC Grand Central in Mumbai.

As reported exclusively by Times Now, the couple’s nikah was conducted in an intimate ceremony, with just 100 attendees—50 representing each side of the family.

Following the wedding, the reception was characterized by strict privacy protocols, with a ban on photography and a prohibition on mobile phones or cameras.

Mehzabeen Coatwala, a prominent makeup artist in Bollywood, boasts an impressive resume, having collaborated with celebrities such as R. Madhavan and Varun Dhawan.

Apart from her professional endeavors, she offers makeup tutorials, generously sharing her expertise with budding artists. This marks Coatwala’s second marriage, and she is the mother of a 10-year-old daughter from her previous union.

Despite recently clinching victory in the 17th season of the renowned Indian reality show ‘Bigg Boss’, Faruqui has kept his personal life under wraps. His romance with Coatwala flourished over the preceding months, culminating in their decision to tie the knot.

The duo’s wedding has sparked considerable curiosity on social media, with fans avidly scouring for visual evidence and confirmation.

Nonetheless, the event’s stringent privacy measures have resulted in a lack of images and limited information.

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