The show Anupamaa has acquired a massive fan base since it aired on national television. It revolves around a housewife, Anupamaa played by Rupali Ganguly, whose husband, Vanraj played by Sudhanshu Pandey is cheating on her with Kavya, played by Madalsa Sharma. Finally, after a lot of drama, Vanraj and Anupamaa got divorced. The recent episode of Anupamaa showed Kavya discussing marriage plans with Vanraj. On Friday, Sudhanshu Pandey shared a picture with Madalsa Sharma from the sets of Anupamaa. They have tied the knot on the show.
Sudhanshu Pandey shared a picture from his on-screen wedding with Madalsa, with the caption, “I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where, I love you directly without problems or pride: I love you like this because I don’t know any other way to love, except in this form in which I am not nor are you, so close that your hand upon my chest is mine, so close that your eyes close with my dreams.” —Pablo Neruda” He added, “This marriage will change everything forever.” The actor then went on to ask fans to ‘Keep Watching’ Anupamaa.
Take a look at the post below:
Reacting to the picture, Anupamaa fame Nidhi Shah congratulated the on-screen couple. Anagha Bhosale and Madalsa Sharma also reacted to the post. Sharma commented, “This is beautiful.” Meanwhile, fans of the show have mixed reactions on Kavya and Vanraj getting married. One wrote, “PLZZ kavya se sadi mat kijiye,” while another commented, “Worst decision ever by vanraj. never expected this to happen in the show.” A third fan also said, “No one can recreate ANURAJ magic in the show. Congratulations on ruining the show with this wedding.” A fourth fan was pleased with the marriage, and wrote, “Oh wow !! Is this a dream!!” Also Read: Bigg Boss 14’s Rakhi Sawant Reacts To Rahul Vaidya’s Song ‘Aly’; Talks About Aly Goni And Jasmin Bhasin’s Bond-WATCH
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