By Atul Mishra Last Updated:
Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath got married on December 12, 2018 in Jalandhar. A star-studded wedding, it was one of the most-awaited weddings of the year. The two got married following Punjabi rituals in a holy Anand Karaj ceremony. (Also Read: Ranveer Singh's Wedding Mehendi Had An Unbelievable Relevance To Deepika Padukone And His Family)
Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath are hosting their second wedding reception today on December 24, 2018 at JW Marriott, Mumbai Sahar. Bollywood celebrities like Anil Kapoor, Karan Johar, Kriti Sanon, Annu Mallik, Salim Khan, Sohail Khan, and many others have arrived at the venue. Take a look:
Earlier, confirming his wedding, Kapil told IANS, “The wedding is on December 12 in Jalandhar. That’s Ginni’s hometown. We wanted to keep it low key. But Ginni is the only daughter in her family. Her folks wanted the wedding to be on a lavish scale. And I completely understand their sentiments. My mother also wants the wedding to be lavish.”
Kapil and Ginni had told Bombay Times before their wedding that they did not date in a conventional manner. Kapil was quoted as saying, "We did not have the usual dating scenario as both our families are conservative. Last year, when I was going through a low phase, she was there with me throughout. That’s when I felt that if she is with me during my low phase, then she is the one for me. I can rely on her." (You May Like: Newly-Weds Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas Enjoy A Dinner Outing With Their Family, Pics Inside)
Kapil also opened up about his love story and said, “My friend told me that Ginni likes me, but I rubbished him. One day, I directly asked Ginni, ‘Tu mujhe like toh nahi karti?’ and she denied. Later, at a youth festival, I introduced her to my mother as one of my students. Then I came to Mumbai for the 'Laughter Challenge' audition and by then, I had also appeared on a Punjabi TV channel. Ginni was impressed with me because I was studying and working at such a young age. When I got rejected for 'Laughter Challenge', I called her and said, ‘Please don’t call me’. I felt that our friendship has no future, as her financial condition was better and we belonged to different castes. So, we took a break. When I got selected for Laughter Challenge after auditioning again, she called to congratulate me.”
Earlier, when Kapil was asked about his plans of 2019, he had said, "I would like to balance my personal and professional life. I will take breaks regularly aur ghoomna hai. I will take time out for myself, it’s important. I have decided to not trust people blindly. I have also quit alcohol." While Ginni said, "I am looking forward to our marriage (smiles)." (Suggested Read: Asin Shares Daughter Arin's First Christmas Pictures And It Is A Perfect Start To Our Holiday Season)
Kapil and Ginni's Mumbai wedding reception is truly fun-filled, right? Stay tuned in here for more follow-ups.