Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi Turn Into Raj and Simran From Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge || SIKH VOGUE

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  • Dec 11, 2019

Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi with Sikh Vogue

Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi know the art of surprising others. The two surprised everyone when they decided to get married. In fact, only their close friends knew about the wedding while the public only got to know of this surprise when the wedding pictures came out. Married in a traditional Punjabi Sikh wedding, Neha Dhupia dressed in a powder pink lehenga with Angad Bedi standing by her side in a white sherwani gave couple goals to everyone who knew this couple. They got married in May 2018 and were blessed with a baby girl named Mehr Dhupia Bedi soon after.



Recently, the couple appeared in an interesting avatar at a birthday party in Mumbai. Both dressed as Raj and Simran from Dil Wale Dulhania Le Jayenge. Neha Dhupia was dressed in a green silk kurta and dhoti with golden embellishments. With her head covered, Neha Dhupia also wore golden teeka and a choker like Kajol. Angad Bedi, dressed as Raj (Shah Rukh khan), wore a white shalwar kameez with a waistcoat in hued of red. Remember Mehendi Laga Kay Rakhna song?


Although Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was released some twenty-four years ago in 1995, this film and the iconic Raj and Simran’s charm will never get old. Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Raj while Kajol was his Simran.

Neha Dhupia and Angad Dedi through mutual friends in Mumbai. Although they had known each other much before but had not been close friends. It was after moving to Mumbai that the two found comfort in each other as both of them were away from home.


Angad Bedi knew from the day he had first seen Neha Dhupia that she was the one. Neha Dhupia, however, was completely oblivious to his feelings. Angad Bedi asked for Neha Dhupia’s hand from her parents in a traditional manner. However, Neha Dhupia was already dating someone else. Karan Johar played the love guru and guided Neha Dhupia about Angad Bedi’s love for her. When the decision to get married was finally made, Angad Bedi wasted no more time and decided to get married in two days as he did not want Neha Dhupia to change her married. The love birds got married and the rest is history.


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