The monsoon wedding season has kick-started on a great note with lots of TV and Bollywood stars walking down the aisle. We saw many stars getting married in big-fat Indian wedding while some are getting married in a hush-hush ceremony in the past six months.
Gaurav Chopra and Hitisha, Shakti Arora and Neha Sharma, Vividha Kirti and Varun, Rochelle Rao and Keith Sequeira, Dipika Kakar and Shoaib Ibrahim, Gautam Rode and Pankhuri Awasthy among others.
The most recent wedding which became the talk of the town was Abhinav Shukla and Rubina Dialik who had a dreamy destination wedding in the beautiful locales of Shimla followed by two grand wedding receptions which one happened in Ludhiana and other in Mumbai.
The next celebrity joining the marriage club is Kunal Bakshi of Colors’ mythological show Karmphal Daata Shani fame. Kunal played Lord Indra in the show and also impressed the masses with his terrific performance.
The actor took wedding vows with his longtime girlfriend Ababeel on 28th June. The wedding was a star-studded affair as many known faces were invited for the occasion. Kunal had invited many of his co-stars and friends from his previous shows as well as his last show Karmphal Daata Shani.
Juhi Parmar and Salil Ankola who played the lead role in the show were among the known faces who marked their presence to bless the beautiful couple on this happy occasion. Juhi also shared the pictures on her Instagram account wishing the couple.
Take a look at more pics of Kunal and Ababeel’s wedding here:
Salil too shared the pic on his Instagram account giving beautiful wishes to the newlyweds.
On the work front, Kunal has previously been a part of many mythological shows like Bharat Ka Veer – Maharana Pratap, Suryaputra Karn and Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman.
Kunal met his ladylove Ababeel through common friends. The newlyweds are going to host a cocktail part for their industry pals and other friends on Tuesday.
Here’s wishing Kunal an Ababeel many congratulations and a happy married life filled with loads of happiness.