Neha Kakkar to Rohanpreet: You are worth every happiness in the world

Singer Neha Kakkar on Tuesday celebrated the birthday of her husband Rohanpreet Singh.

The birthday post

The just-married Neha shared a photo with Rohanpreet on her verified Instagram account. The couple can be seen holding "The Kapil Sharma Show" coffee mugs in the photograph. Neha informed in her post that they are going to feature on the show very soon.

Wishing hubby Rohanpreet, the singer wrote: "Tujhse Shuru Hui, Tujhpe Hi Khatm Ho Duniya Meri! Happy Birthday to the one bcz of whom I feel life is worth living. Most Caring Loving Husband @rohanpreetsingh You are worth every happiness in the world!!! Every Every Happiness!!!! I love you my Partner for Life, My Pati Parmeshwar."

"#NehuPreet on #TheKapilSharmaShow Soon And NehuPreet's Styling again done by Meee Yours Truly #NehaKakkar," she added.

What Neha told Salman Khan about marriage with Rohan

Meanwhile, the singer appeared on Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 14. She revealed that she fell in love with Rohanpreet when she first met him on the sets of her song 'Nehu Da Vyah' and instantly decided to marry him.

When Salman asked Neha if she got married because of the song or first did the song then decided to get married she said that she had nothing like marriage in her mind. Neha told Salman, "Maine life mein pehli baar gaana banaya aur mujhe pata nahi tha ki main actually apni future likh daalungi (I composed a song for the first time and didn't know that I would predict my future)."

Neha further added, "I am sure about everything. Even when I go shopping. I take no time in picking my outfit. And Rohu (Rohanpreet) is such that whoever sees or listens to him would become his 'deewana'. And, that's what I am. I am his deewani and I had to marry him."

The wedding

Neha tied the knot with Rohanpreet in October, following which she added Mrs Singh to her name on her Instagram account. The couple also released a song titled "Nehu da vyah" to celebrate their wedding.

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