Rani-Aditya's full love story from dating to wedding
Rani Mukerji and her beau YRF boss, Aditya Chopra, reportedly tied the knot in Italy on Monday, April 21.
The lovebirds had kept their romance a secret for long and had waited for the right time to let the world know of their affair. The pair never announced their relationship and neither tried to hide it from the ever prying media lens.
As the maker of the unforgettable movie ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge’, Aditya Chopra, and the ‘Aati Kya Khandala’ fame star, Rani Mukherjee, tie the knot here are a few memorable moments of their love story.
According to the industry buzz, Rani Mukherji was earlier rumoured to have dated a couple of Bollywood actors.
Aditya Chopra was married to his high-school sweetheart Payal Khanna. But the marriage did not last long and the couple filed for divorce in 2009. Media reports say, Rani and Aditya began dating each other around this time.
In October 2013, Aditya Chopra reportedly surprised his ladylove with the proposal at a private event, where Rani consented.
Reports say the couple had earlier planned to get married in February this year at Umaid Bhawan in Udaipur. But the wedding got postponed because of some unknown reasons.
It seems initially the Chopra family was not happy about Aditya and Rani’s affair, but later they accepted and acknowledged Rani at public functions.
It was at Yash Chopra’s funeral that Rani was seen taking care of all the arrangements like a family member, which somewhat confirmed the relationship.
Rani issued an official statement sharing the details of her fairytale wedding and how happy she was. The statement was posted on Twitter by film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
“I would like to share the happiest day of my life with all my fans all over the world whose love and blessings have been part of my journey all these years. I know that all my well-wishers who have waited for this day will be really happy for me. It was a beautiful wedding in the Italian countryside with just a few of our close family and friends with us. The one person I missed terribly was Yash Uncle, but I know he was there with us in spirit and his love and blessings will always be with Adi and me. I have always believed in fairy-tales and with God’s grace my life has been exactly like one, and now as I enter the most important chapter of my life – the fairy-tale continues.”