A growing number of celebrities appear to be copying the vogue of keeping their nuptials private before shocking their followers by posting images on social media. Here is a look at some of the most recent ones.
Actress Swara Bhasker, whose revelations are usually welcome, recently announced her marriage to political activist and figurehead Fahad Ahmad. Under the Special Marriage Act, the two privately exchanged vows in court. At a rally, Bhasker and Ahmad met due to their similar passion in activism, and they hit it off right away. The Samajwadi Yuvjan Sabha, the youth wing of the Samajwadi Party in Maharashtra, is currently led by Ahmed, a 31-year-old from Bareilly who was a student leader when they first met. During their courtship, Bhasker shared a romantic video on her social media sites showing how their friendship turned into a marriage.
Maanvi Gagroo, an actor, announced her engagement a month ago. The photographs Gagroo posted on Instagram astonished her fans, as no one had expected the wedding to happen so quickly. She wed comedian actor, author, and quizmaster Kumar Varun, who is equally widely known in the comedy world. He is well-known for hosting Kvizzing With The Comedians with other comedians and for the comedy web series Chacha Vidhayak Hamare. In March 2022, he launched a YouTube channel just for this community. Although being a Jamshedpur native, Varun spent the majority of his formative years in Bihar before moving to Delhi at the age of 12.
By sharing photos of herself and her spouse Shanawaz Shaikh on Instagram, actor Devoleena Bhattacharjee announced her marriage. Soon after the announcement, rumours regarding the man's identity started to circulate on social media, and as sometimes appearing photographs from the ceremony increased followers' excitement. Afterwards it was revealed that the groom is in fact her personal trainer. The couple reportedly dated for a long time before getting married in a courtroom, which was followed by a private celebration with family and friends. Shaikh is reportedly a native of Mumbai.
Tanya Abrol, a ‘Chak de India!’ girl, was one of many who chose an intimate ceremony over a lavish party for her February 9 wedding. Even though she wed her longtime companion Aashish Verma, her followers were taken aback by the announcement and flooded her with praise and well wishes. Abrol and Aashish, an IT specialist, first spoke at a gathering where their mutual acquaintances encouraged them to explore dating. After a year of dating, the two decided to get married.
Chitrashi Rawat, an actor best known for her role in Shah Rukh Khan's ‘Chak De India,’ wed Dhruvaditya Bhagwanani, a fellow performer, just one week before Tanya got married. For those who are unaffected, the couple initially connected while filming Premmayee, in which he played her beau. From there, an 11-year relationship that ended in marriage began. Shilpa Shukla, Vidya Malvade, Tanya Abrol, and other Chak De India! cast members attended their wedding, which also attracted a lot of attention.