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Athiya Shetty, KL Rahul dancing to Hamma Hamma and more at Sangeet night | Bollywood

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Actor Athiya Shetty is all set to tie the knot with her old boyfriend, cricketer KL Rahul. A video of the venue during their sangeet night has arrived on Twitter ahead of their wedding on Monday. Somehow captured through the curtains of the decoration, the video showed guests dancing to the song Hamma Hamma. Read also: Suniel Shetty assures that paparazzi Athiya Shetty and KL Rahul will pose for photos after the wedding

The video also had a blurry Rahul shaking his leg with the guests. Athiya ostensibly appears in a white outfit. Several other videos also include songs like Salman Khan’s Mujhse Shaadi Karogi and Hero No 1 song Sona Kitna Sona Hai which was part of the playlist of the sangeet night that took place at Athiya’s father actor Suniel Shetty’s farm in Khandala.

Athia and KL Rahul had been dating for several years. However, they never spoke about each other publicly but kept dropping hints on social media. They finally made it Insta official with a birthday message. They later made their relationship public during the screening of her brother Ahaan Shetty’s debut film, Tadap. Rahul and Athiya were also joined by Athiya’s family, who shares a good bond with him, at the red carpet event.

According to sources, their wedding is a three-day private affair at Suniel’s Khandala farm attended only by their relatives and close friends. It started with a ladies night. An insider previously told Hindustan Times: “It is an extremely close family affair. Only friends and relatives will be part of the wedding. It’s very likely that you won’t see many industry eye-catchers.”

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Suniel Shetty, who repeatedly denied reports about the wedding of Athiya and KL Rahul, recently spoke to the paparazzi about the same and assured them that the bride and groom will pose for pictures on Monday after the wedding. In a video shared by a paparazzo account, Suniel said, “Main kal leke aata hoon bachhon ko. Aapne jo pyaar dikhaya uske liye bohot bohot thank you (I will bring the kids tomorrow, thank you for showing me so much love).”

Athiya made her acting debut with the romantic action film Hero in 2015. Since then, she has acted in only two films: Mubarakan (2017) and Motichoor Chaknachoor (2019).

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