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Rushad Rana and Ketaki Walawalkar’s Wedding

Rushad Rana, an Anupamaa actor, wedded Ketaki Walawalker in a modest Marathi wedding ceremony
Rushad Rana donned a green tux to the reception, while Ketaki Walawalker wore a crimson gown. Rushad Rana's Anupamaa co-star, attened the weeding.

The reception was attended by Rushad Rana Anupamaa co-stars.

Rushad Rana, an Anupamaa actor, wedded Ketaki Walawalker in a modest Marathi wedding ceremony

New Delhi: Rushad Rana, an Anupamaa actor, wedded Ketaki Walawalker in a modest Marathi wedding ceremony on Wednesday. Later, on Wednesday night in Mumbai, the couple threw a wedding celebration for their industry pals. Rushad Rana donned a green tux to the reception, while Ketaki Walawalker wore a crimson gown. Sudhanshu Pandey, Rushad Rana’s Anupamaa co-star, attended the wedding celebration. Gaurav Khanna and wife Akansha Chamola attended the event, as did actress Nidhi Shah, Aneri Vajani, and Tassnim Sheikh.

Here are some images of the newlyweds:

Guests at Rushad Rana and Ketaki Walawalker’s wedding celebration.

Rushad Rana married Ketaki Walawalker in a small Marathi ceremony on Wednesday. Rupali Ganguly, Anupamaa’s co-star, shared photos from the wedding. “Ho gayi shaaaaddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd Rushad Rana responded to Rupali Ganguly’s message, saying, “We loveee you.

Rushad Rana is well known for his roles in famous TV programmes such as Hip Hip Hurray, Kehta Hai Dil, and Sasural Simar Ka. He has also appeared in Bollywood films like as Mohabbatein, Veer-Zaara, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, and others.

Rushad Rana previously divorced Khushnum in 2010. In 2013, they divorced.

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