From Neha Kakkar-Rohanpreet Singh to Rana Daggubati-Miheeka Bajaj, 2020 saw a number of celebrity weddings.

When 2020 comes to an end, it is time to reflect on the past year. While the Covid-19 pandemic unbalanced everyone’s life, it was a year of love for some celebrities who solemnly celebrated their relationship. From private weddings to dazzling multi-day ceremonies, here’s an overview of the stars who tied the knot this year.

Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh:

Just two months after meeting on the set of the Nehu Da Vyah music video, singers Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh tied the knot. On a chat show, Neha revealed that shortly after speaking with Rohanpreet, she made it clear to him that she wanted to get married. They stopped talking for a while when he felt he was too young to settle down. However, a few days later he drunk and confessed to her that he could not live without her and expressed his desire to get married. They exchanged garlands in Delhi on October 24th, followed by a reception in Chandigarh.

Kajal Aggarwal and Gautam Kitchlu:

Although actor Kajal Aggarwal and businessman Gautam Kitchlu were friends for seven years and were in a relationship for three years, the forced distance due to the pandemic made them realize that they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. They gave up their original plans for a wedding in the destination and got married on October 30th at a wedding “Punjabi meets Kashmiri” in Mumbai. The intimate wedding ceremony, which only 40 people attended, also included Jeelakarra Bellam’s Telugu ritual in honor of her relationship with South India.

Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj:

Actors Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj, who run an interior design and events company, lived side by side in Hyderabad. In an interview with The Indian Express he said, “I never thought about it. I met her, I liked her and that was it. I found love. ”They married in Hyderabad on August 8, following the traditional customs of Telugu and Marwari. The wedding was attended by only 30 guests, including actors couple Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Akkineni, and performed live for their other friends and family VR (Virtual Reality) broadcast.

Aditya Narayan and Shweta Agarwal:

Singer, actress and TV presenter Aditya Narayan met actress Shweta Agarwal on the set of his debut film Shaapit. They were in a relationship for a decade before they were married on December 1 at the ISKCON Temple in Mumbai. Due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was an intimate ceremony attended only by family members and close friends. Then they went to Kashmir for a short honeymoon.

Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar:

It was a “lockdown love story” for actor Gauahar Khan and social media influencer Zaid Darbar. When she first met him shopping for groceries, she was averse to the idea of ​​being in a relationship. However, they clicked immediately and she felt like she met her kind of person. In an interview, she told the Hindustan Times: “I met him, we hit it off and he didn’t think he would propose to anyone, marriage was not on his mind. When he asked me it wasn’t planned. It was in the flow and after meeting me in literally over a month, he suggested me. There were no second thoughts. “They married in a Nikaah ceremony on the morning of December 25th and held a glamorous reception for their industrial friends that evening.

Sana Khan and Anas Saiyad:

Former actress Sana Khan surprised everyone when she announced her wedding to Muslim cleric Anas Sayiad. Shortly after announcing her retirement from the entertainment industry, the two married in an intimate ceremony on November 20. She shared the news on Instagram and wrote, “Loved each other for Allah’s sake. Married for Allah’s sake. May Allah unite us in this duniya. And unite us in Jannah. @anas_sayied. “You are currently enjoying your honeymoon in Kashmir.

Poonam Pandey and Sam Bombay:

After being in a relationship for two years, Poonam Pandey married director Sam Bombay in a private ceremony at their home in Mumbai on September 1. He was arrested later that month after she filed a complaint against him for allegedly attacking her. However, she reconciled with him just a week later, saying that every marriage has its “ups and downs”.

Armaan Jain and Anissa Malhotra:

Actors Armaan Jain and Anissa Malhotra’s pre-pandemic wedding on February 3 was a great affair that saw the who-is-who of Bollywood attend. Among the guests were Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Kiara Advani, Karan Johar, Tara Sutaria, Ananya Panday and Arjun Kapoor.

Shaheer Sheikh and Ruchikaa Kapoor:

Actor Shaheer Sheikh and studio manager Ruchikaa Kapoor celebrated their court marriage relationship last month. They then flew to Jammu to attend a small event at his parents’ home, followed by another informal event at their residence in Mumbai. You are planning an elaborate, traditional wedding in June 2021.

Kamya Punjabi and Shalabh Dang:

TV actress Kamya Panjabi tied the knot with businessman Shalabh Dang on February 10th. Many of their industry colleagues attended the multi-day events, followed by a grand reception. Guests included Kavita Kaushik, Rubina Dilaik, Vindu Dara Singh, Sambhavna Seth, Manini Mishra and Aman Verma.

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Niti Taylor and Parikshit Bawa:

TV actors Niti Taylor and Parikshit Bawa got married on August 13th in Gurugram. Your extended families and friends took part in the celebrations virtually. She shared pictures from the wedding on Instagram and wrote, “My trip from Miss to Mrs is complete. I want to tell all of my well-wishers that I tied the knot with Parikshit on August 13, 2020. We had a very small, quiet and intimate wedding just with our parents, also known as a Covid wedding. “

Manish Raisinghan and Sangeita Chauhan:

TV actors Manish Raisinghan and Sangeita Chauhan were married on June 30th in a gurudwara in Mumbai. They took every precaution so that even their respective parents were not present. “Everything was done virtually, from sangeet to mehendi. Even our dinners were over video calls! In Shaadi we only had five people – my sister, my brother-in-law and Sangeita’s brother, ”Manish told the Hindustan Times in an interview.

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