Top 6 Bollywood Celebrities Who Got Hitched In 2016

Top 6 Bollywood Celebrities Who Got Hitched In 2016


Bipasha Basu And Karan Singh Grover: This was definitely one of the most awaited celebrity weddings of 2016. While the wedding itself, which took place on 30th April 2016,  was attended only by the family and closest friends of the couple from the film fraternity, the gala reception saw the presence of who’s who of Bollywood.


Amrita Rao And Anmol: The sweet and smart Amrita Rao got hitched to her long time boyfriend, RJ Anmol on 15th May 2016. The couple, which first met when Anmol was interviewing Amrita, had been dating for seven long years before tying the knot at a totally private ceremony attended only by family members of the couple and their closest friends.


Babul Supriyo And Rachna Sharma: Singer turned politician, Babul Supriyo tied the knot with his long time girlfriend, airhostess Rachna Sharma on 9th August 2016. The grand wedding was attended by numerous Bollywood celebrities and renowned politicians. Even Prime Minister Modi also made an appearance himself at the star studded wedding event which reflected pure Bengali culture in its every aspect.


Urmila Matondkar And Mir Mohsin Akhtar: On 3rd March 2016, the Rangeela girl tied the knot with a businessman from Kashmir, who is believed to have wooed her in complete filmi style. Mir Mohsin, who is around 10 years younger than Urmila, was totally smitten by the beautiful actress, whom he first met at wedding in 2013.


Priety Zinta And Gene Goodenough: The bubbly actress and owner of the IPL team Kings XI Punjab, took her wedding woes with boyfriend Gene Goodenough on 29th February 2016. The actress had been dating the well-known financial analyst for more than 18 months before tying the knot at a private wedding ceremony in Los Angles.


Arya Babbar And Jasmine Puri: The former Big Boss contestant walked down the aisle with his beautiful girlfriend Jasmine Puri on 22nd February 2016. The wedding ceremony was organized in an inconspicuous manner in Mumbai, and was attended only by family members and the closest friends of the couple, while the couple completed the rituals according to Punjabi customs in a Gurduwara.