Actress Kajal Aggarwal has now become Mrs Kichalu. On 30 October, Kajal got married to businessman Gautam Kichlu. The two teamed up at the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. Kajal’s wedding photos are popular on social media. But the actress’ fans are a little surprised as to why Kajal suddenly decided to get married during the Corona period. Now the actress has told herself about why she suddenly decided to get married.
In an interview given to Vogue, Kajal has spoken openly on her wedding and love story with Gautam. Kajal said, “Gautam and I dated each other for three years, we have been friends for seven years. Gradually our friendship deepened, and we both became an essential part of each other’s life. We used to meet a lot. Whether it is a social party or a professional meeting, we were always together. During the lockdown, we could not meet each other for several weeks, could not see each other. Many times we used to put on masks and mix them at the grocery store. During this time, we realized that we wanted to be together ‘.
Talking about Gautam’s proposal, Kajal said, “Thankfully, Gautam is not a film at all, because I have done so much in my movies. So Gautam did not propose me with any Tam Jham, we had an emotional conversation. There was a lot of truth in his feelings and the way he told me that if he wanted to spend a future with me, I could not be more sure about spending my life with Gautam ‘.
After this, in April, Gautam met Kajal’s parents, within two months, both of them got engaged at home and then married. Kajal had told that Manish Malhotra opened his store for me at such a time and called his artisans to work and got me a wedding saree when everything was closed. All the preparations for the wedding were done through Zoom and WhatsApp calls’.
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In our Punjabi meets Kashmiri wedding, we just had to include #Jeelakarrabellam జీలకర్రాబెల్లం – a tribute to both Gautam and my individual relationships with South India! 😍 In a Telugu wedding, Jeelakarra Bellam signifies the union/marriage of the bride and the groom. Jeelakarra (cumin) and bellam (jaggery) are made into a thick paste and put on a tamalapaku (betel leaf). The bride and the groom put it on each other’s head while the purohit chants mantras from the Vedas. The bride and the groom look at each other only after this ceremony is completed and this auspicious ceremony signifies that the couple will stay together in bitter and sweet times ❤️