Kapil Sharma’s Ladylove Ginni Looks Gorgeous In Red At Her Bangle Ceremony

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 05 Dec 2018

The wedding bells for Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath have arrived and the pre-wedding festivities also begin on 2nd December with an ‘Akhand Path’. The couple will enter the new phase of their life on December 12, 2018, in Jalandhar with a traditional Sikh ceremony. The soon to be a bride, Ginni donned a purple lehenga and complemented it with a pink dupatta on Akhand Path ceremony.

On December 3, 2018, her bangle ceremony took place and she looked beautiful in a red sharara which has golden work on it with heavy gold jewellery. Ginni was seen happily posing with her guests and family photographs.

Have a look at the pictures…


Talking about the pre-wedding, wedding and post-wedding functions, Kapil shared in an interview with BollywoodLife, “The wedding is on December 12 in Jalandhar. Contrary to reports, we are not engaged yet and will complete all the ceremonies in December. My mother has organized a jagran at my home on December 10, and there will be an ‘Akandh Path’ at Ginni’s house on December 30. Our pre-wedding functions will include the bangle ceremony, cocktail and mehendi. We had decided to host a reception on December 22, but it is subject to change, as we are yet to finalize the venue. We are not going on a honeymoon anytime soon, because I will start shooting for my show immediately.”


A week back, Kapil and Ginni released their wedding invites which are white with golden carvings and it also has their initials on it. The wedding invite could be read as, “With great joy in our hearts and blessings of our parents, it gives us immense pleasure to announce that Ginni and I will embark on a new journey of love, respect and togetherness on 12th of December, 2018. We would like to thank each and every one who has been a part of our wonderful sojourn and seek the best wishes and prayers of all our loved ones, lots of love.”

Ginni talking about why Kapil is one for her said, “Kapil is a gem of a person and very caring. There is no one like him and I can’t find anyone better than him. He is a family man. If he loves his mother and sister so much, it’s certain that he would love his partner, too. He is a star for the audience, not for me. He is still humble the way he was years ago and hasn’t changed at all.”

Ginni Chatrath further added, “I trust him blindly. Whatever he says, that’s the truth for me. I don’t care what the world says.” Kapil shared his transformation in thoughts from believing that ‘he would never be able to marry’ to ‘the importance of having a partner’. Kapil shared, “I used to feel that I wouldn’t be able to marry since I am not a responsible person. I love two things — my work and music. I have many friends in the music industry and I would often jam with them, without taking stock of time. Initially, I wouldn’t like anyone calling me at that hour. After a point, however, I started feeling the void. I think that with time, I realized the importance of having a partner.”

Revealing their plans for next year Kapil stated, “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 drinking.” While Ginni said, “I am looking forward to our marriage (smiles).”

Earlier, Kapil even got rejected by Ginni’s father and recalling the same he said, “When I started earning well, my mother took my marriage proposal to her family, which got rejected. Inke papaji ne bade pyaar se bola, ‘Shut up’ (laughs!). Thereafter, I got busy with work, while she pursued MBA in finance. I guess, she kept studying to avoid marriage proposals. At that time, I was settled in Mumbai, and so much was happening in my life.”


Kapil further added, “I then realised ki itna kuchh hua hai, but isne kabhi mujhe disturb nahi kiya. Itna patience kisi mein nahi dekha maine. Jab ye sab gadbad chal rahi thi, that’s when I decided that it was the right time to marry. It was my decision, because ye toh padhai kare hi jaa rahi thi (laughs!).

So, on December 24, 2016, I called and told Ginni that I wanted to marry her. My mother has always been fond of her.”

We can’t wait for this couple to get married in a proper punjabi wedding!

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