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Exclusive! Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath wedding rituals have begun and here are all the pictures for you

Exclusive! Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath wedding rituals have begun and here are all the pictures for you

is no doubt about the fact that Kapil Sharma is one of the most loved and popular comedians that our country has got. He is soon going to make his comeback through Television in the form of The Kapil Sharma Show season 2 which will air on Sony TV. But now the air is filled with love in Kapil's life as he is soon going to get married to his girlfriend Ginni Chatrath and the pre-wedding functions for the same have begun.

The couple is soon going to get married in Jalandhar on December 12, 2018 and the events started with an Akhand Path on December 2, 2018, later followed by a Path ka bhog. Further, the functions include Mata Ka Jagaran, which will be held on December 10 and the reception will be held on December 14 at The Grand Cabbana and the next reception for Mumbai friends will be held soon.

Kapil and Ginni

The beautiful bride Ginni, during the Akhand Path ceremony, wore a purple coloured lehenga with a pink dupatta. On 3rd December 2018, the chooda ceremony took place at her home in Hardev Nagar in which she wore a beautiful and blingy red sharara with golden work and golden ,. Her pictures from the ceremony have gone viral on the internet where she is seen enjoying with her family, dancing and taking selfies around.

Check out the pictures from the event here:


Ginni, recently in an interview opened up about the reason why she chose Kapil as her life partner and said, "Kapil is a gem of a person and very caring. There is no one like him and I can’t find anyone better than him. He is a family man. If he loves his mother and sister so much, it’s certain that he would love his partner, too. He is a star for the audience, not for me. He is still humble the way he was years ago and hasn’t changed at all."

With both the bride and the groom so happy, we just can't wait for them to get married to each other.

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