Actor Bala hosts grand wedding reception after getting married to Elizabeth

Actor Bala, after secretly getting married to Dr Elizabeth Udayan, hosted a grand wedding reception on Sunday.

The event was attended by friends and family. The reception was held at a resort in Thrissur. 

Bala was spotted in a creme kurta, while Elizabeth was seen in a red and golden dress.

A few celebs from the industry including Edavela Babu, Unni Mukundan, and Munna Simon, attended the reception.

Earlier, there were speculations that the actor got secretly married to Elizabeth as pictures of them together surfaced online. 

It was on Onam that Bala ad shared a video of him having traditional Kerala Sadhya with Elizabeth and family. In the video, Elizabeth was seen serving food for Bala. Reportedly, the couple was celebrating their first Onam after the wedding. 

Sources close to Bala suggest that he wanted the official wedding to be a private ceremony and chose to keep the wedding news only with his dear and near ones. But since he promised his fans that he will share the details of his next phase of life, the couple decided to host the reception as a gala affair, but following the COVID-19 protocols.

At the wedding reception, Bala also adressed the press and stated that after his first failed marriage, he had decided not to get married but Elizabeth had changed his mind. He also shared that both of them knew each other since quite sometime and that Elizabeth had been a pillar of support for him during his tough times.

This is  Bala's second wedding.

Bala was first married to playback singer Amrutha Suresh  in 2016. The couple got legally separated in 2019. They have a daughter named Avantika.

Ever since the couple got separated, there have been speculations on Bala's second marriage. However, the actor had trashed the rumours several times earlier.

On the work front, Bala recently wraped up the shoot of Tamil movie 'Annaatthe' starring superstar Rajnikanth in the lead role.

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