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They finally tied the knot! The much-talked about Bollywood couple, Rani Muhkerji and Aditya Chopra were married in a secret wedding on April 21 in Italy.
The happy affair was kept under wraps and was attended by close friends and family.
The not-so-happy part is that it happened so suddenly because of the poor health of Rani’s father Ram Mukherji.
According to reports, Karan Johar was the only one from the film fraternity that was a part of the small circle of wedding guests; he is Rani’s mentor and Aditya’s childhood friend.
The following day, he tweeted his congratulations publicly: “And finally….Mr and Mrs Chopra….Love you both….”.
Shahrukh Khan who is another close friend of the couple also tweeted: “May Allah bless my friends Rani & Adi.
“May u enjoy the small things my friends for in the end they r the big things. Happy union…love you.”
SINGH is condom spokesman
Well, you got more than pictures for this next story, as a matter-of-fact, you got a video. Ranveer Singh’s rumoured condom advertisement is finally out.
Yes, you read that right, Ranveer is brand ambassador of Durex condoms, and did a fun, rockstar-esque commercial recently which saw him even rapping to promote safe sex.
It was everything that was the actor’s personality, but sadly not as raunchy as Sunny Leone’s condom promotion; there was kissing, but not by the handsome actor.
The video titled Do The Rex saw the Ram-Leela star do a dance move by the same name with other dancers.
The ad was not as risky as the campaign itself, as no other Bollywood A-lister has done this, but Ranveer pulled it off well and we look forward to seeing what he is up to next.
Congratulations again to the newlyweds, we hope some photos surface soon!
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