Celebrity weddings is always a grand media affair. Weddings of Bollywood stars had made it big in the news. But there are some who choose to be different and keep their wedding a private affair. Here are some Bollywood celebs who got hitched silently…
Once a Casanova, Akshay Kumar shocked all her female fans when he announced his marriage with Twinkle Khanna. Rumours suggest that Twinkle was pregnant when these two got married.
Sanjay Dutt and Manayata married in Goa in a secret wedding. Reports indicate that he didn’t even invite his sister to the wedding.
After getting divorced with Payal Khanna in 2009, Aditya Chopra secretly tied the knot with actress Rani Mukerji in 2014.
Kunal Kapoor married Amitabh Bachchan’s niece in a secret ceremony in Seychelles. The marriage was a private ceremony only attended by families of the bride and the groom only.
John Abraham got married to Priya not very long after he broke up with Bipasha Basu, whom he had dated for almost 10 years. The date of marriage is still not sure but the handsome hunk declared his marriage through micro-blogging site Twitter.
Aftab Shivdasani married his fiance in a secret wedding which was only attended by the family of the bride and the groom.
Minissha Lamba got married to her long time fiance Ryan Tham in a quiet ceremony in Mumbai.
After allegedly having an affair with Mithun Chakraborty in the ’80s, Sridevi is now married to producer Boney Kapoor. Her affair with ‘Disco Dancer’ was a secret one and so was her marriage with Boney Kapoor.
Though the dimpled beauty of Bollywood, Preity Zinta, tried her best to keep her marriage a secret, she failed to do so. She tied the knot with her American boyfriend Gene Goodenough in Los Angeles in a low-key affair. Not many celebrity guests were a part of her marriage except Sussanne Khan.
Urmila Matondkar’s marriage with model Mohsin Akhtar Mir came as a pleasant surprise to all. The lady who had disappeared from the limelight made up for an extremely beautiful bride and her groom matched up with her perfectly.