Ever since Neha Dhupia got married to Angad Bedi, the internet has been buzzing with speculations of whether the actress had a hush-hush wedding because she was pregnant. Now, her husband and actor Angad has finally answered the intriguing question. Read inside.Text: Amidst all the hullabaloo around the Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja wedding, there was another hush-hush wedding Bollywood wedding that took place earlier this month between actors Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi. However, as soon as the couple shared pictures of their wedding which happened in a Gurudwara in Delhi, it went viral on the internet and netizens began to speculate the reason for the quiet wedding.
Among all the theories out there, the most talked about one is that may be Neha Dhupia is pregnant and hence the couple had to get married in a hush-hush way. As most fans weren’t even aware the two actors were dating each other let alone getting even the whiff of their marriage plans.Though, Neha’s father had already clarified the rumour in an interview with Dainik Bhaskar. “No, there is no such thing at all. Since the two got married early, people are thinking otherwise, but there is no such thing. People will keep talking about things and spread rumors as per their wish,” he said.
However, fans are often not content unless they hear it from the horses mouth. Meanwhile, the couple were yet to face the camera or issue a statement regarding these rumours for the longest time until, Angad Bedi finally addressed the media about the rumours of his wife Neha Dhupia at a press conference held on May.
he actor confirmed that the rumours were completely false and when they do plan on having a family, he’ll be the first one to tell the media. As of right now, they have more important things to figure out, such as moving into a new home and concentrating on their work schedule.
Earlier, Neha Dhupia, in an interview with The Times of India had revealed that Angad Bedi never proposed to her, rather he and his father Bishen Singh Bedi approached her parents with a proposal for an arranged marriage. “Angad didn’t propose to me, instead, he went with the rishta to my parents. His mother was not ready to give her nod for the wedding date, till she met me. I met her two days before the wedding and she asked me if I was sure about getting married to him and some other questions, which a to-be mother-in-law would generally ask. As far as his father is concerned, we had got strict instructions from him to keep it low-key or else the press would get a whiff of it and there would be OB vans outside the Gurudwara.”