Richa Chadha has Ali Fazal’s name tattooed on his wrist. See photo | Bollywood

Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal celebrated their marriage with grand receptions, parties and ceremonies in Delhi, Lucknow and Mumbai. Richa recently gave a glimpse on social media of her hand covered in mehendi, where her new tattoo with Ali’s name written in Urdu is visible. The actor had Ali’s name inscribed on his wrist during their recent wedding celebrations as she wanted it to be a surprise for him. Previously, Richa had inked her parents’ name on her other wrist. Read also : Hrithik Roshan and Saba Azad pose together at Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal’s reception; Vicky Kaushal hugs the hosts

The couple legally married in 2020 but were unable to celebrate their union for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic and personal reasons. Ali proposed to Richa Chadha in 2019 after seven years of dating, and they registered their marriage in 2020. Finally, the two celebrated in grand style with multiple events in three cities. Earlier this month, Richa and Ali’s wedding reception in Mumbai was graced by their co-actors, friends and family. Among the attendees were several celebrities like Tabu, Hrithik Roshan, Saba Azad, Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal among others.

Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal during their wedding celebrations.

Ali and Richa made their first appearance as a married couple at actor Ayushmann Khurrana’s recent Diwali party in Mumbai. In a recent interview, Ali shared that he hasn’t seen many marriages work out in real life. He said he intended to do the opposite in his case.

In a chat with GQ, Ali shared his views on marriage, when asked to name the biggest marriage myth he hopes to bust. Ali said: “I have seen very few marriages work in my life, so I would like to refute that… But other than that, there is something spiritual that I share with Richa. And I thank her for that because she made me more spiritually more aware than I was before. I was everywhere; happy, but not centered, and I think that’s the whole idea; to find that and flow with it.

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