The last couple of weeks went by in such a haste that we still cannot believe music sensation, Neha Kakkar is now married. She literally took everyone by surprise when she announced her wedding. It was a big confusion as Neha and Rohanpreet were collaborating for Nehu Da Vyah, a music video and many deemed it a publicity stunt for the promotion of the same. However, soon pictures from their Roka ceremony and their wedding invitations went viral, putting a stop to all the rumors. The duo is in Dubai as of now, honeymooning. And they celebrated their first Diwali post-wedding in Dubai itself.
Neha Kakkar took to her social media handle and shared a video in which they both could be seen micro-blogging on their social media handles. She wished everyone on the occasion. “Best Room View Everrrrr!!! Thank Youuu @atlantisthepalm and Happy Diwali Everyone @rohanpreetsingh Love Youuu.. #NehuPreet,” Neha captioned the video. She could see planting a peck on his cheeks in the video. Check out Neha’s post below:
Neha went on to share pictures of their first Diwali a little later. The newlyweds could be seen happily posing away. “Our First Diwali Together and Most Special one. Happy Diwali Everyone!!! God bless you all,” Neha captioned the post. Have a dekko here:
Neha and Rohanpreet met on the sets of Nehu Da Vyah and hit it off. They opened up on their love story in an interview and their first impressions of one another. “My first impression of him was that he was so good to each and every person on the set. And undeniably, he was the cutest boy I had ever come across. The attraction was strong. I think it was really in those initial moments itself that I knew he was the one for me,” Neha said, reported Hindustan Times.
“For me it was absolutely love at first sight. She’s one of the most down to earth people I’ve met. One fine day, I mustered the courage to propose to her and she said yes! Shukar hai mere rabba. Really, thank you, God,” Rohanpreet revealed to Anita Dongre, who designed their outfits for Mehendi and Sangeet functions.
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