According to Their official Spokesman, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal have been Legally Married for 2.5 years and are “Celebrating Their Union.

Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, who were once just a couple in Bollywood, are now husband and wife. The actor lovers, who had been dating for a while, married after performing their rites. Photos from their wedding have occasionally appeared online since the celebrations got underway. You may not be aware, though, that Richa and Ali have been legally wed for 2.5 years. Yes, the couple’s official representative recently announced the announcement, adding that their reunion is currently being celebrated.

The newlyweds chose ivory ethnic attire for the big day, which perfectly complemented each other for the unsaved. A spokeswoman for Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal stated in a statement that they have been married for more than two years and that these festivities are a celebration of their union. This is the most recent update.

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According to the spokesman for Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, “This is to explain that Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal have been legally married for 2.5 years as of the date of the registration of their marriage. As they stated in their announcement on September 29th, they are currently enjoying their union with friends and family. Their wedding festivities and receptions have already taken place in Delhi and Lucknow, and their final event will take place in Mumbai.

“They desired to honour both their Lucknowi and Punjabi cultures. Their ceremonies’ specifics were carefully chosen to reflect both their personality and their ancestry. The statement said, “The clothing were also created with particular touches added through ancestral jewellary and custom-made trousseau, including a saree custom crafted to commemorate their love story.

Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha travelled to Lucknow for an evening event that Ali’s family was hosting in the actress’ honour. The Sabri Brothers of Rajasthan gave an exhilarating Qawwali performance to their wedding celebrations. With golden handmade curtains and chandelier candle holders, the decor complemented the avadhi Lucknowi tradition.