February 10, 2020, has to be Kamya Panjabi’s most special day as on that day, she married the man of her dreams Shalabh Dang. The lady is beaming with joy and happiness that is pretty evident in the pictures she has been sharing on her social media accounts. After being in a relationship for a year, the couple decided to take the plunge. In fact, their wedding photos were nothing less than a fairy tale wedding and all we were doing was swooning over them. However, there was a time when Kamya was taken aback when her then-boyfriend Shalabh gifted her a pair of expensive earrings. Read on.
While talking to Pinkvilla, about gifting a pair of earrings, Kamya revealed that she was in a relationship where she did not even get a rose, and hence receiving a gift on the first meeting did shock her. "When he came to meet me for the first time, he gifted me Swarovski's earrings and I was surprised and I was uncomfortable as well. I was in a relationship where I did not get even a rose so when I get a gift like that, I was taken back but he was adamant. I took it so that he doesn't feel bad but the next time I met him I gifted him AirPods to balance it out."
Shalabh, on the other hand, talked about his feelings when he first saw the actress, he said, "When I saw her for the first time, I realised she is so warm, sensible and giving nature. So these are a couple of things which I really loved. She was a single parent and so was I; so I realised that we can really gel."
Talking about their marriage, just like any big fat Indian wedding, the actress too had all wedding rituals, leaving everyone mesmerised. After tying the knot with Dang, Kamya even changed her name on Instagram to ‘Kamya Shalabh Dang,’ making it loud and clear about her marriage with her lover. ALSO READ: Kamya Panjabi Shares A Mushy Picture With Hubby Shalabh Dang; Calls Him Her ‘Comfort Zone’
Image source: Instagram/ panjabikamya
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