Neil Nitin Mukesh to fast for fiancee Rukmini on Kavwa Chauth

Head over heels in love with would-be-wife Rukmini Sahay, Neil Nitin Mukesh is going to fast for Rukmini on Karwa Chauth. “Rukmini is quite traditional in her upbringing and I would like to support her wherever I can,” Neil said in a statement.

Neil further said that there will be a tradtional Kawa Chauth ceremony at his Mumbai residence and he will be gifting Rukmini a a special pair of handcrafted Kundan bangles..

Neil Nitin Mukesh, the grandson of legendary singer Mukesh, got engaged to Mumbai-based Rukmini Sahay in an intimate ceremony on the auspicious ocassion of Dusshera.

Neil was introduced to Rukmini by his parents. It will be an arranged marriage to be held next year.

Rukmini is based in Mumbai and she belongs to the family of aviation industry. The two families have known each other for a long time. Rukmini has studied aviation in Aurangabad and takes specila interest in environment and education.

“Rukmini is based in Mumbai, and she and Neil have been dating for a month after their parents arranged the match. Neil chose to have an arranged marriage because he is 'old school when it comes to marriage', revealed his father Nitin Mukesh.

Neil speaks high about his wife, "I think she (Rukmini) is just perfect. She is the perfect balance that any man would want in his woman. She is simple, beautiful, loving and all the awesome adjectives I can think of. She fits them all”.

Neil also spoke about his chemistry with Rukmini: "Our chemistry is outstanding. She understands that I am a little bit of a prankster. I have a habit of joking around and sometimes people don't understand my jokes. They might get offended sometimes, but she instantly understood the kind of person I am and laughed at every point."

Neil's parents Nitin Mukesh and Nishi Mukesh is quite impressed by Rukmini's simplicity and upbringing. Nitin Mukesh said, "She reflects the values and traditions that Neil has been raised with and complements him in every way possible. The celebrations to the final countdown have already begun."