Pics: Shriya Saran Finally Marries Her Russian Boyfriend in Udaipur, Latter Recites Dialogue from Mohabbaten

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Pics: Shriya Saran Finally Marries Her Russian Boyfriend in Udaipur, Latter Recites Dialogue from Mohabbaten

There were many rumours doing the rounds that the Drishyam actress is getting married to her longtime Russian Boyfriend, Andrei Koscheev. Earlier Shriya denied such plans and had said, “It’s false, I’m not getting married.”


While later on March 12, again reports stated that the couple got married at Shriya’s Mumbai residence in a private ceremony, in which only Manoj Bajpayee and Shabana Azmi were invited from the film industry.



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Yesterday, on March 19, the couple finally tied the knot at a grand palace in Udaipur and the pictures and videos are obviously a proof for that.


See the beautiful pictures and videos from last night:




Shriya and Andrei have been dating for long and have kept their relationship very private as they are never seen together at award shows and events. Andrei is a National-level tennis player, an entrepreneur and also owns a restaurant chain in Moscow, Russia.



Apart from Bollywood, Shriya has also done movies in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. She made her acting debut from a Telugu film and made her Bollywood debut in 2007 from Awarapan opposite Emraan Hashmi, for which she was critically acclaimed. The actress made her mark in Bollywood through Drishyam opposite Ajay Devgan which was critically praised and performed well at the box office.


Andrei trying hard to recite a dialogue from Mohabbaten in Hindi is definitely giving us some couple goals.




She also featured in the British-Canadian film Midnight’s Children, directed by Deepa Mehta which was an adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name, in 2012.


We wish the newly married couple all the best for their future!


Published by Shruti Kumari on 20 Mar 2018
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