PICS: 'Nach Baliye 9' Couple Prince Narula & Yuvika Chaudhary Celebrate First Wedding Anniversary With A Small Puja!
Currently seen as contestants in Star Plus' 'Nach Baliye 9', much-in-love couple Prince Narula-Yuvika Choudhary performed 'small puja' for their first wedding anniversary.
Prince Narula-Yuvika Chaudhary wedding picture (Photo: Web)
Yuvika Chaudhary took to her social media account recently and posted few pictures in which the couple can be seen performing 'havan' with their family members. In the pictures, Prince is looking dapper as always in a white kurta-pyjama whereas Yuvika is looking gorgeous in a multi-coloured dress.
Prince-Yuvika in 'Bigg Boss 9' (Photo: Web)
Posting the pictures on Instagram, Yuvika wrote, "Small puja for 1st anniversary #oneyear #12oct #privikakishaadi #privika blessed #waheguru @princenarula @rajnish5390 @akash10787"
Take a look at the pictures below (SWIPE LEFT):
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For the uninitiated, Prince & Narula met each other on the popular reality show 'Bigg Boss 9' in 2015 in which they were contestants. The couple bonded well on the controversial reality show & started dating after 'Bigg Boss'. After dating for a long time, the couple finally made their relationship official in 2017 by making an appearance in 'MTV Splitsvilla 10' as a couple.
Here's wishing belated wedding anniversary to 'PriVika'!
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