Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha's marriage plans have been on hold for a really long time. With the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus, Richa and Ali who were going to tie the knot in April had to push their wedding date further. As we are eagerly waiting to see their dreamy wedding pictures, it seems like we have to wait for a little longer as the marriage might happen in 2021 if only things are normal and less depressing, at least that's the impression we got from Richa Chadha's recent Instagram story.
Well, the Fukrey actress played Q&A with her fans and there one fan said that his friend chuze (Varun Sharma's character name in Fukrey) saw a dream of Bholi Madam (Richa's character name in the film) getting married to Guddu Bhaiya (Ali Fazal's character name in Mirzapur) The fan wrote, "Bholi madam aj mere dost chuze ne ek Sapna dekha ki ap aur guddu bhaiya ki shadi ho rahi hai." Responding to the dream, Chadda said that all the dreams are now shattered, however, she also hoped that if things are better in 2021, then they might think of it.
She wrote, "Aur Sapna toot gaya… 2021 agar kam manhoos hoga to sochenge." Well, this means the wedding will happen in 2021 and all we have to do is wait for it.
Earlier in July, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal graced on the cover of Brides Today's June-July edition where the actress recalled the time when Ali took 3 months to say the three magical words 'I Love you' to her, she said, "We were at my house watching Chaplin, the 1992 British-American biographical comedy-drama film starring Robert Downey Jr. I was happy to see him enjoy the movie and was grateful to have found someone with similar tastes. That is when I said, 'This is really sweet, I love you' to him. It took him three months to say I love you back to me." ALSO READ: Richa Chadha Reveals Ali Fazal Took A 10-Minute Nap After Beach Marriage Proposal, 'He Didn’t Go Down On His Knee Nor Did He Have A Ring'
Image source: Instagram/ therichachadha/ APH
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