new Delhi: ‘Singham’ actress Kajal Aggarwal married the love of her life, Gautam Kichlu on October 30, 2020. Gautham is a Mumbai businessman and the couple got married in a private ceremony at the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. In keeping with the current COVID-19 epidemic, the couple invited only their family members to their wedding. The bride Anamika Khanna looked stunning in lehenga and the groom wore Anita Dongre.
Kajal Aggarwal shared stunning pikes with her ‘Punjabi Meets Kashmiri Shaadi’, says ‘I married my best friend and soulmate’
Celebrities from the South Indian film industry extended their heartfelt wishes to Kajal and Gautam as they embarked on a new journey in their lives.
Anushka Shetty took to her social media and shared a picture from Kajal-Gautam’s wedding ceremony. Sharing the picture, the ‘Baahubali’ actress wrote, “The happiest on earth is the joy of marriage … two souls but the same thoughts; two hearts that beat as one ….. dear @kajalaggarwalofficial and Gautam wish for a happy married life, both #KajGautKitched “
Rana Daggubati shared a picture from his turmeric ceremony and wrote, “Congratulations … my best wishes to you both.”
Tamannaah Bhatia shared a loving picture of the couple and wrote, “Feeling so happy for both of you @kajalaggarwalofficial and @kitchlug Congratulations and best wishes for a fun future together.”
Meanwhile, the bride shared some unseen photos from her wedding ceremony. Her caption read, “And just like that, from MS to MS! I married my confidant, partner, best friend and soulmate. So I’m glad I found all this and my house in you @kitchlug #kajgautkitched”
Dulare Salman congratulated the pair and wrote, “Huge congratulations to both of you !!! Happy lifetime to both of you “
In another post, he elaborated on a wedding ceremony. Kajal Aggarwal wrote, “Our Punjabi Kashmiri meets in marriage, all we had to do was to include #Jayakarrabelam rab – a tribute to my different relationship with Gautam and South India!” In a Telugu wedding, the Jilakarra Belam signifies the union / marriage of the bride and groom. Jilkar (cumin) and bellum (jaggery) are made into a thick paste and placed on a tamalapaku (betel nut). The bride and groom hold it on each other’s head while the priests chant mantras from the Vedas. The bride and groom see each other only after the completion of the ceremony and this auspicious ceremony indicates that the couple will live together in bitter and sweet times ”
On the professional front, the actress will next be seen in the sequel to the Tamil film ‘Indian’. s. Directed by Shankar, the sequel ‘Indian 2’ stars Kamal Haasan and Nedumudi Venu reprise their roles from the first film.
Unseen by Kajal Aggarwal and Gautam Kichlu’s wedding ceremony
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