Actors Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal are all set to get married towards the end of September, according to a report by Pinkvilla. This isn’t the first time the couple, who first appeared on screen together in the 2013 comedy Fukrey, have tried to go ahead with their wedding celebrations. As Chadha explained, the new variants of the pandemic put a halt to their plans previously.
However, now, the Gangs of Wasseypur star has shared she will tie the knot with the Mirzapur actor this year.
When enquired about her wedding plans, Richa told News18, “We will get married this year, will marry somehow. We’re very excited to get married but [we are] just worried about Covid and want to be responsible. [We] don’t want to be in the news for the wrong reasons.” She added, “Plus, we’ve both gotten really, really busy when stuff opened up, and work resumed at full pace. So I’m saying we have to like do a live production job of taking combination dates and making this happen this year.”
Earlier, speaking to Mashable India, the Masaan actor said “Every time we think of getting married, a new variant [of Covid-19] arises. First, it was Delta, then Omicron. We had already booked places for our wedding back in 2020, but then the pandemic hit our country. Then again in 2021, we tried to go ahead but the destructive second wave came and the situation wasn’t that good, so we decided to hold on.”
However, the wedding buzz is stronger than ever this time around, with two ceremonies being planned – one in Mumbai and the other in Delhi – with family and close friends in attendance. The ceremonies will be followed by a Mehendi and Sangeet ceremony, concluding with a grand reception in Mumbai with a guest list of 350–400 people.
As the wedding planning is underway, fans eagerly await the couple reuniting on-screen in Fukrey 3, scheduled to release towards the end of the year.
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