Move over Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor's wedding plans as it is another duo that is going to ring the wedding s in Bollywood and it is none other than Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl. The latest buzz is that the Main Hoon Na actress is apparently going to tie the knot with her long-term boyfriend, Rohman Shawl, in November- December. A few days ago, there were wild speculations that there might be some trouble in the paradise of Bollywood actress and her beau. The rumors started after Rohman shared a few stories that hinted at the couple hitting a rough patch. However, Shawl took to Instagram and his recent stories have silenced these rumors.
Rubbishing all rumours, Sushmita even took to Instagram to post a gym selfie with Rohman, and said the magic words – I Love You! “He’s lean...she’s mean 😉😄I love you @rohmanshawl💋💃🏻❤️ #backtobasics #gym #home#dubai #wegotthis 💪 I love you guys!!!😍,” she wrote.
But amidst all these reports, now the latest buzz in Bollywood is that the Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya actress is apparently going to tie the knot with her long-term boyfriend, Rohman Shawl, in November- December. If recent reports are to be believed, the planning and the discussions have already started doing the rounds and planning is going on in full swing. Although Sushmita and Rohman are yet to officially announce the same, so if this is actually happening, we certainly can't wait for more deets regarding this wedding.
As Rohman has clearly put aside all rumors that were flying about their breakups with this super cute social media PDA, for now, all we wish Sushmita Sen and Rohman love and happiness!
Just recently, the couple had the best time at the wedding of Rajeev Sen and Charu Asopa and Sushmita Sen. They spent some quality time and even danced together at the wedding. Sushmita Sen later shared several pictures and videos from her brother’s wedding.
Image source: Instagram/ Sushmita Sen
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