Bigg Boss 14's Rahul Vaidya Wants To Marry His Ladylove 'Danke Ki Chot Pe; Disha Parmar Reveals Change In Wedding Plans Due To Coronavirus

Ever since Rahul Vaidya has proposed to Disha Parmar, all their fans are wanting to know when they are planning to get married. Here's the couple spilling some beans

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Bigg Boss 14's Rahul Vaidya Wants To Marry His Ladylove 'Danke Ki Chot Pe; Disha Parmar Reveals Change In Wedding Plans Due To Coronavirus
In Bigg Boss 14, while we saw many fights and drama, we also saw love. Singer Rahul Vaidya proposed to his ladylove Disha Parmar on national television. To make her birthday special, he wrote 'Marry Me' on his t-shirt and expressed his love. It was only on Valentine's day though that Disha entered the house to accept his proposal. Now, their mushy PDA posts and outings are keeping their fans hooked. Meanwhile, there is a question that every fan is waiting to get answered. When are Rahul and Disha getting married?

The couple recently spilled the beans on their wedding plans. When asked about when are they planning to marry, to ETimes, singer Rahul Vaidya said, "Well, there are some people jo chup chupake pyar karte hein but hum danke ki chot pe shaadi karenge." Disha, on the other hand, stated that they have not decided the date as yet keeping in mind the COVID situation. She said, "We haven’t put a date to our wedding yet. Honestly, we wanted to, but COVID started spreading again. We will plan the wedding accordingly."

Earlier, it was Rahul Vaidya's mother who had revealed that her son would get married in the month of June. The Coronavirus situation in India has gone from bad to worse and it seems the virus has affected Rahul and Disha's wedding plans as well.

On the work front, Rahul and Disha are soon going to be seen in a music video which has wedding as the theme.




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