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Ali Fazal Comments on His Wedding With Richa Chadha

Below are the words that Ali Fazal used to express himself after his and Bollywood Actress: Richa Chadha’s wedding got postponed again, allowing the ongoing never-ending nationwide coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus lockdown that came into effect in Mar, and was set to expire today i.e. 14th April, has been extended till 3rd of May, 2020 and that expiry date is also temporary.

Bollywood citizens: Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha were all set to tie the knot in April but the event was put on hold due to the coronavirus lockdown. These future soulmates are maintaining a long-distance relationship as they are staying at their respective houses. Sometime back they had even shared videos of their virtual calls to each other. Also, Ali had recently shot for a Netflix film titled House Arrest in which he voluntarily indulges in lockdown.

Recently, during a F2F with HT Cafe, Ali was asked about his wedding with Richa. To which he said,

“Sabki life postpone ho gayi hai, shaadi toh… let’s see what comes out of this in the new world. I hope we come out as better people, a better system, a better climate. I think there’s a major churning happening above, below, inside and outside… everywhere. It’s definitely a time to reflect.”

When asked to say something about missing Richa, the actor went on to say that he has been penning poems for her.

In the recent past, Ali shared a video in which he was Facetiming with Richa. He captioned it with the words,

“Social Curfew. Error 404 So here’s me recording our little vaartalaap and a few do’s and don’ts such as the wonderful fashion faux pas I am displaying on my couch!! But then.. main gharpe hoon.. and I got zinc!! Hehe. God. @therichachadha had some very funny insights and so this is the other end of the call. Have fun. #chalocurecorona #socialdistancing”.

Talking about work, Richa was last seen in Kangana Ranaut starrer Panga.

Also Read: Sunny Leone Has Her Plans in Place After The Coronavirus Lockdown Ends 

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