Actors Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal were all set to tie the knot in April until their wedding was postponed due to the pandemic. Currently, with the lockdown imposed in the country, Richa is not spending her quarantine break with Ali Fazal and misses him dearly. As the Panga actress has been spending her time away from fiancé Ali Fazal during the lockdown, the actress reveals she was called an anti-national for asking when the lockdown ends and shares details on marriage preps.
Talking about her wedding preparations recently with Mumbai Mirror, Richa Chadha revealed that Ali Fazal and she were organizing everything themselves. She said, “Ali and I were organising everything ourselves. The invites were yet to be sent out, but we had finalised other things, which had to be cancelled.” The actress also revealed that the invites were yet to be send out, but shared that they had finalised other things which had to be cancelled in the wake of the pandemic.
The Panga actress then revealed that she was called an anti-national on Twitter. Talking about it further, Chadha said, “I was called an anti-national on Twitter for asking when the lockdown would end.” The actress then continued, “Now, we will take a call only when normalcy returns." As Richa Chadha shared that the marriage preps will begin once again once when everything gets back to normal, in an official statement issued by the couple, Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha’s spokesperson shared that they have decided to postpone their wedding functions to the latter half of 2020 tentatively.
Meanwhile, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal decided to seal the deal after dating for five long years. Just recently, as Ali was missing his girlfriend desperately amid lockdown, he wished that he could meet Richa and wanted to take the permission of the Police for that. Also Read: Ali Fazal Misses Girlfriend Richa Chadha Dearly While Under Quarantine; Wants To Take Police Permission To Meet Her
Image source: Instagram/ Richa Chadha
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