November 24, 2016 10:38:46 am
To make their fans a part of their wedding celebrations, television couple Kishwer Merchant and Suyyash Rai have decided to film a web series showing all the functions from their sangeet to the marriage ceremony. Suyyash revealed at the launch of actor-singer Nisha Rawal’s new single, a cover of Aye Dil Hai Mushkil, that the idea was to share their happiness with all those who have loved the couple and waited for their marriage. The web series will be titled Sukish ki Shaadi. The couple will tie the knot on December 16.
‘We are doing this for our fans. It will be a five-episode web series and each episode will be 15-minute long. It will have everything about our wedding and we hope the fans will like it because more than us, they have waited for us to get married,’ Suyyash told reporters here.
The actor-singer, who has been dating Kishwer for the past six years, said there won’t be many changes in their relationship post-marriage because after being together for so long, they feel that they are as good as married. “The only difference is that we will stay together. Else, there won’t be any change because we already behave like husband and wife. We have been together for long. But I have been hearing from my married friends that things will definitely change. The other day I met Jay Bhanushali (married to Mahhi Vij), who said, ‘Bro, your happy days are over. Now, you are dead!”’ Suyyash said.
Suyyash Rai, Kishwer Merchant begin preparations for their December wedding, see pics
The pair is getting married on December 16. They met during the shoot of their fiction show, Pyaar Ki Yeh Ek Kahaani, in 2010. After a brief friendship of four months, the couple started dating each other. The pair has done two reality shows together, Bigg Boss 9 and Box Cricket League.
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