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Wedding Bells For Aditya Roy Kapur? To Marry Girlfriend Diva Dhawan As Couple To Get Engaged Soon

Wedding Bells For Aditya Roy Kapur? To Marry Girlfriend Diva Dhawan As Couple To Get Engaged Soon

One more wedding is on the cards! After constant denials, looks like Aditya Roy Kapur is set to take his personal life to the next level. If all goes well, the Kalank actor will soon tie the knot with Model and girlfriend Diva Dhawan. Yes, you heard that right! For quite some time now, the rumours of Aditya dating Diva have been doing the rounds. But the duo continued denying their relationship. Even on Karan Johar’s chat show, when Aditya was asked about his alleged girlfriend Diva he had told Karan that they just once went out for dinner and stories started.

Now, a latest report in Mumbai Mirror states that the duo, who has been dating for a year now, have decided to take the plunge. The report says, “The couple is planning to get engaged in the next couple of months and will marry next year.” After calling Diva his close friend on Koffee With Karan 6, the reports of their break-up starting making headlines. Back then a source had told DNA, “Adi and Diva couldn’t commit to each other and decided to part ways. They had not taken their relationship to a serious level so, it was a cordial split for both of them. They have stayed friends and are in touch even now."

Talking about Diva, Adi had told Karan, “She's a lovely girl and an old friend of mine. We met at a fashion show many years ago and we're good friends. We went out for dinner one night at this famous restaurant that everyone is going to nowadays, Bastian. So we got papped and stories started. Completely false stories."

If this news turns out to be true, then Adi and Diva are in line after Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt, who are planning to take the plunge next year and Varun Dawan-Natasha Dalal who are set to tie the knot by the end of this year.

Let’s wait for the couple to inform their fans and followers about the same.

Images Source: instagram/diva.dhawan/adityaroykapur

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