Deepika Padukone and Amrita Rao are now related to each other! Find out how
Bollywood actresses Deepika Padukone & Amrita Rao are now related as their cousins got married last week.
- Deepika and Amrita are now relatives as their cousins got married last week
- The two tinsel town divas attended the wedding with their respective husbands
- Amrita and Deepika posed happily for the cameras
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It was Deepika Padukone’s cousin brother’s marriage, and the bride was Amrita Rao’s cousin sister. Yes, you read that. The newly married couple tied the knot in a traditional Konkani wedding.
The ‘Vivaah’ actress was also present at the wedding along with her husband RJ Anmol. Deepika, Ranveer, Amrita and Anmol posed for the cameras and gave us a picture-perfect photo.
The two Konkani Bollywood actresses- Deepika and Amrita are relatives now as their cousins got hitched last week. Check out their photo from the wedding!
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Here’s a photo of Deepika and Amrita in which they can be seen exchanging pleasantries. The two tinsel town divas even spoke in their native language- Konkani.
On the professional front, Deepika has recently wrapped up the shooting schedule of her film ‘Chhapaak’ in Delhi. The Meghna Gulzar directorial is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.
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Talking about Amrita, the actress was last seen in the movie ‘Thackeray’. The ‘Main Hoon Na’ actress has ‘The Legend of Kunal’ and ‘Satsang’ in her kitty.
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