Suniel Shetty said on the matter of marriage of Rahuk and Athiya – marriage cannot happen in a day


Veteran star Suniel Shetty reacted to the rumors of impending marriage of his daughter Athiya Shetty and Indian cricketer KL Rahul in a latest interplay with the media. Speculations are rife that the ‘very a lot in love’ couple is planning to get married anytime quickly.

Suniel Shetty instructed InstantBollywood, “I feel as quickly as the youngsters determine. Rahul has his schedule. Proper now there’s Asia Cup, World Cup, South Africa tour, Australia tour. When Bachao will get a break, the marriage will occur. Cannot get married in in the future?”

He additional added, “Right now papa wants a girl to get married, but once Rahul gets a break, decide the kids because… you will be scared if you look at the calendar. There is a gap of one day for two days, and Marriage can’t happen in two days. So this is it, planning will happen when time is available. So this is it, planning will definitely happen when time is available.”

There have been experiences of their couple getting again collectively in 2019 as there have been rumors that they had been relationship one another. Their social media interactions and PDA usually made headlines. Athiya Shetty and KL Rahul had joined collectively through the premiere of Ahan Shetty’s debut movie Tadap final 12 months.

KL Rahul’s full identify is Kannur Lokesh Rahul and hails from Mangalore, Karnataka. He’s the captain of the Lucknow Tremendous Giants and the vice-captain of the India nationwide staff.

Athiya Shetty made her Bollywood debut in 2015 with ‘Hero’ reverse Sooraj Pancholi. She later acted in ‘Mubarakan’, Nawabzaade and was final seen in Motichoor Chaknachoor reverse Nawazuddin Siddiqui. She is going to reportedly subsequent be seen within the biopic movie Hope Solo of footballer Afshan Aashiq.


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