Popular singer and actor Aditya Narayan, who is set to tie the knot with girlfriend Shweta Agarwal on December 1, will start the pre-wedding festivities with Mehendi function on November 29. The duo will get married in a temple and host a reception at Mumbai in a five-star hotel. Talking about the wedding feeling Aditya told BT, “Shweta and I are extremely excited to finally get married after being in a relationship for 10 years. Due to the pandemic, the wedding will only include family and close friends. We are planning to have a sangeet function on the day of the reception, which will include performances by the entire family. Our wedding outfits are designed by Shweta because along with being an actress, she is also a fashion designer. For many years now, she has been designing my outfits.”
Praising the love of his life, he added, “Shweta is an extremely calm and polite girl. I am just the opposite, highly energetic and sometimes impatient, too. But, she has been extremely patient, and I can say she is the balancing factor in my life.” Speaking about his playlist in the wedding, Aditya asserted, “Shweta and I will dance to my father’s song ‘Pehla Nasha’ from ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’ because, for me, it was love at first sight when I met her. I recently bought a new apartment, and I am excited that Shweta and I will start our new life in the new house. The Tattad Tattad singer also revealed that he had planned to propose Shweta in Maldive but COVID-19 played the spoil sport. “Maldives was my first choice. I had planned to propose to her at the exotic beach destination in March 2020 and I had kept the ring ready since December 2019. Our flights were booked in March, but eight hours before our departure, we got the news that Maldives was under lockdown. So, I could not officially get engaged then. When we went to Lonavala, I surprised her by popping the question and slipping the ring on her finger,” said Aditya Narayan.
Speaking about his honeymoon plans, Aditya said, “Shweta loves skiing and I felt it would be ideal to go to Gulmarg in the winters. If everything goes well, we plan to go there.” When asked about his father’s comment on his marriage that he should be doubly sure, Aditya replied, “My father was just kidding when he said that I should be doubly sure. Obviously, if you are getting married, it is a responsibility that you are accepting, and he felt that I should be ready for it. People blew the entire comment out of proportion. I am the only son and my parents couldn’t have been happier that their son is getting married.”
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