Bollywood actor Mouni Roy's beau a Malayali? No clue; wedding on Jan 27

Mouni Roy
Mouni Roy. Photo: PTI

Even as actress Mouni Roy is gearing up for her marriage with Dubai-based businessman Suraj Nambiar, reports say that the big day event of the TV celeb-turned actor will be held in Goa. The wedding is scheduled on January 27.

According to reports a five-star resort has been booked for the ceremony and the actress' close kin and friends have received the invite. The guests will have to carry full vaccination certificates to the venue.

Social media posts of the couple had generated several stories saying that the two are in a relationship since 2019. However, Roy has always managed to keep the details or images of her fiance very personal.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) had last year issued a Golden Visa to the actress who used to stay in the country for long periods.

'Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi', that shot Roy to fame, tops her TV soaps among shows that include 'Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev' and 'Naagin'.

Akshay Kumar-starrer 'Gold' was her Bollywood debut and she is also known for films 'Made In China' and 'Romeo Akbar Walter'

Mouni Roy will be seen next in Ayan Mukerji directorial 'Brahmastra' starring Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt Nagarjuna Akkineni among others.

Suraj Nambiar, who?

An investment banker based in Dubai Suraj originally hails from Bengaluru. After earning a B.Tech degree in Civil Engineering from from R V College of Engineering he studied Investment Science and International Management at Stanford University.

It's said that Suraj comes from a Jain family and though he bears the Malayali surname, 'Nambiar', there has been no clue to whether he has any roots in Kerala.

Suraj embarked on his career investment banking as an intern at Ashoka India and later became Capital Markets' Director head in the UAE.

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