Avinash Sachdev And Palak Purswani's Kachi Misri Done; Couple To Get Married Next Year- EXCLUSIVE

Good news for Avinash Sachdev and Palak Purswani fans. The couple held a Kachi Misri ceremony recently to formalise their relationship

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Avinash Sachdev And Palak Purswani's Kachi Misri Done; Couple To Get Married Next Year- EXCLUSIVE
SpotboyE.com was the first one to tell you about the love brewing between TV actor Avinash Sachdev and Palak Purswani. The two had also participated in dance reality show Nach Baliye 9 in 2019 and had announced their love for each other to the world. Now, the couple has decided to take this relationship ahead as they held a small ceremony (Kachi Misri in Sindhi tradition) yesterday. 

Talking about it exclusively, Palak told us, "In presence of our family, we had a ceremony called 'Kachi Misri' in which both the families exchange shagun and decide the wedding date. The ceremony took place at my house and was attended by our immediate family members. Because of this ongoing pandemic, not many people could travel from our home cities- Baroda and Nagpur. Hence, it was an intimate affair but the day was extremely special as we launched our restaurant together on the same day." ALSO READ: Avinash Sachdev Finds Love In Actress Palak Purswani After Divorce?

Palak reveals it was their mutual decision to get married, "For now, we just had this small ceremony and may do a Roka soon. However, our marriage has time as we will get married by the end of this year or start of the next year. I am in a very happy space as we have been deciding this for a long time. We had planned this for 2020 but the whole pandemic thing screwed our plans but finally we have managed to launch our restaurant as well as doing this ceremony. It's a step ahead for both of us on the personal and professional front." ALSO READ: Nach Baliye 9: Madhurima Tuli-Vishal Aditya Singh, Avinash Sachdev-Palak Purswani To Enter As Wild Cards- EXCLUSIVE

While opening about his relationship with Palak, Avinash had earlier told TOI, "Palak is also a Sindhi and for the first time, I am in a relationship with someone from the same community. We have similar tastes, too. Life is looking good again, but I want to give this relationship more time before I take the plunge. All I can say is, we are more than friends, but we haven’t thought of anything beyond that.” 

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