Rani Mukherjee and Aditya Chopra tie the knot in Italy

Published April 22, 2014
Rani Mukherjee. — Photo by AFP
Rani Mukherjee. — Photo by AFP

Popular Bollywood actor Rani Mukherjee has tied the knot with Aditya Chopra, son of late iconic filmmaker Yash Chopra, according to the Indian media.

The wedding — a private affair — took place in Italy on April 21.

The couple had reportedly been dating for a long time with frequent speculation surrounding their relationship.

Mukherjee established herself as a leading actress by doling out commercial hits like Hum Tum and Bunty aur Babli among others.

She earned universal critical acclaim when she enacted the role of a deaf and blind girl in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2004 movie “Black”.

Chopra, who has maintained a relatively low profile, directed the 1995 blockbuster Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge starring the legendary Shahrukh-Kajol duo which is being played in Indian cinemas even now.

He has written and directed several movies under the Chopra production banner, establishing himself as one of India's most bankable directors.


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