Wedding chimes are ringing in B’town! It’s time for another Bollywood x Cricket wedding (or we might say this year’s first celebrity wedding) as Athiya Shetty will be exchanging wedding vows with her long-time boyfriend KL Rahul by the end of this month.
If reports are to be believed, love birds will be tying the knot on January 23rd at Suniel Shetty’s family home in Khandala while the pre-wedding festivities will take place from the 21st of this month.
The wedding is said to be an intimate affair that will take place in the attendance of close family and friends.
Both families have remained tight-lipped about the details of the wedding festivities but we just can’t wait to see the beautiful pictures of the two decked up as bride and groom.
Although the wedding does not have an elaborate guest list, it is still said to be a starry affair with the presence of sports personalities from the cricket fraternity and celebrities from the film industry.
According to media reports, stars like Jackie Shroff, Salman Khan, Virak Kholhi, Akshay Kumar, and M S Dhoni among others are expected to attend the wedding.
For the uninitiated, the couple made their relationship official at the premiere of Ahan Shetty’s debut film ‘Tadap’.
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