Indian Idol 11 judge and host, Neha Kakkar and Aditya Narayan have got everyone hooked with their marriage news. The fans of the singing reality show used to love their flirtatious banter but when their marriage news broke out in the media, they were really looking forward to watching their marriage. Though the couple’s onscreen affair has been grabbing all the kinds of attention and for the channel, clocking in TRPs, this is all just for fun but the show has gained immense profit out of the same. Not only this, Aditya’s parents and Neha’s parents even graced at the show to give approval for their wedding, while also stating that the marriage will happen and viewers will see it on Television on February 14, 2020. Well, speaking of which, the couple has finally taken the plunge as they got married on the sets of Indian Idol 11.
Don’t believe us, then we have got our hands on a video as proof. We got a video where we can be seeing Aditya and Neha are gearing up to exchange garlands while we see all the baratis surrounding them. That’s not it, we also see Aditya near the havan khud, getting ready to get married to Neha who is simply seen blushing in the video. Well, this video is enough to create some noise and we can’t wait to see this episode airing on TV since the wedding is going to happen tomorrow. Without further ado, watch the video below: ALSO READ: Amidst Neha Kakkar- Aditya Narayan’s Valentine Wedding Rumours, Her Ex Himansh Kohli Talks About 'Happy Vibes Only'
Meanwhile, Aditya and Neha have released a new single titled Goa Beach featuring Neha Kakkar, Tony Kakar, Kat Kristian and Aditya Narayan. The track is a foot-tapping number. This song was released ahead of their marriage ceremony which gained a lot of attention for all the right reasons. ALSO READ: Indian Idol 11: Udit Narayan Shells Out Truth; Neha Kakkar - Aditya Narayan's Wedding Is A ‘TRP Gimmick’
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