2012 saw many high profile Bollywood weddings. Some expected and some unexpected. This year, 2013, we expect to see the same trend follow. Here is a list of some of the most awaited Bollywood celebrity weddings of 2013.
Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra
This alleged relationship has been kept under wraps since years now. Buzz had it that the camera shy couple were to tie the knot last December, but the unfortunate demise of Yash Chopra pushed the wedding to 2013. Rani is quite comfortable with the Yash family. Often times, she has been clicked holidaying with them. We sincerely hope this year is lucky for the couple both personally and professionally.
John Abraham and Priya Runchal
Bollywood hunky man, John Abraham is every girl’s dream boy. But Priya is one lucky woman who has already won his heart. If rumors are to be believed, the couple met at a gym. John is pretty open about his relationship and has also announced their wedding plans. Our hearts with definitely break but nevertheless, we can’t wait to see John in his shaadi ka joda.
Sajid Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez
Director-actor Sajid Khan and the Sri Lankan babe Ms Jacqueline have been dating from quite sometime now. Rumors are that the former has already met the girls parents and talked about their wedding plans. We seriously wish the couple ties the knot this year.
Dia Mirza and Sahil Sangha
They have been partners both personally and professionally. Sahil and Dia together run a production house called ‘Born Free Entertainment Private Limited’. The duo started seeing each other during the making of ‘Love Breakups Zindagi’, a film produced but the couple jointly. The good looking couple having been dating for years and though marriage is on their mind, they do not know when. We hope they now plan to take their relationship to the next level.
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu
Her brother’s wedding was a grand affair last year. Now, it’s time for Soha and her long time boyfriend to tie the knot. The couple recently moved in together too. Marriage has been on their mind for quite sometime now and it surely looks like the ideal time to take the next step is this year.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);