Kajal Aggarwal marries Gautam Kitchlu, first pic as bride and groom out

Kajal Aggarwal marries Gautam Kitchlu

Kajal Aggarwal tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Gautam Kitchlu on Friday at a star hotel in Mumbai. Their wedding was attended by immediate family members and friends adhering to COVID-19 regulations. 

Hours before the wedding ritual, she shared a photo of herself all dressed up. 'Calm before the storm 🤍#kajgautkitched' (sic.), she wrote.

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Calm before the storm 🤍#kajgautkitched

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Before leaving for the wedding venue with her family from her residence, she posed for the paparazzi with her mother and thanked everyone for the wishes. The actress looked stunning in a pink anarkali suit.

Photos from the wedding are being circulated widely on the Internet.

Kajal Aggarwal posed for the paparazzi before she left for the venue. Photo: Instagram

Earlier, the pre-wedding festivities began with mehendi and haldi ceremony. Photos and videos of Kajal having fun at her haldi ceremony are going viral on social media.


A pic of Kajal and Gautham from the haldi ceremony landed online and the duo look adorable.

In a video, Nisha with her son Ishaan Valecha can be seen welcoming Gautam Kitchlu's family by dancing to dhol beats.

In yet another video, Kajal Aggarwal is shaking a leg to popular Bollywood songs.


Kajal Aggarwal looked gorgeous in a yellow outfit with floral motifs on it.

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#kajgautkitched 💛

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The actress also shared a candid moment of hers where she’s all smiles as haldi is applied on her by her family.

Gautam is an entrepreneur and an interior design expert and reports state that the couple has been dating for a few years now.

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