Since early this year reports of Haryanvi dancer Sapna Choudhary marrying boyfriend Veer Sahu have been doing the rounds of social media. And the duo never came out in the open to confirm or deny the same. Early last month, former Bigg Boss contestant Sapna Choudhary and Veer Sahu welcomed the first bundle of joy, a baby boy. Veer Sahu shared the good news on his social media pages which even got him in a verbal spat with netizens. Veer Sahu and Sapna Choudhary were slammed and trolled for a welcoming baby without being married.
Now for the first time ever Bigg Boss 11 contestant Sapna Choudhary has confirmed her marriage with Veer Sahu and posted pictures of herself sporting sindoor and mangalsutra. On the occasion of Karwa Chauth 2020, new mommy Sapna observed fast for the long life of her husband, Veer. Shining like a bright star, Sapna stunned in a red saree followed by a red suit. The first picture sees her during the Karwa Chauth Puja, while the next snap sees her feeding her husband.
The last picture sees a sindoor and mangalsutra clad Sapna Choudhary flaunting her million-dollar smile while opting for a choker and bright red lipstick. Well, these set of pictures have left her fans asking, ‘Shaadi kab hui.’ While another wrote, “OMG Shaadi bhi hogayi???’ Check out these pictured below:
Earlier, shutting down the trolls, Veer had posted a video which he had captioned, “Today, not an artist but a common man is speaking who has been tortured for his personal life. I have the list of everyone who is accounted for it." “People's interference in anyone's personal life is not right. We have married on our own free will, people should not make any difference from it”, Veer said during his live chat. (ALSO READ: Ex-Bigg Boss Contestant Sapna Choudhary’s Husband Veer Sahu Lands In Legal Trouble; Case Registered For Violating COVID-19 Guidelines)
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