John genelia dating

It looks like 2012 will be the year of some real Bollywood romances culminating in grand weddings.

And they might turn out to be more entertaining than many other Bollywood shaadis, both on and off screen.

Real life couple Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D'Souza who are readying to tie the knot in February, had mutually decided to keep their relationship under wraps and feel that they complete each other.

However, being an actor and a politician's son, he knows it's not possible.

The panditji is blackmailing Vipul Shah to keep mum about John-Genelia 'wedding'.

There was much hullabaloo about how John Abraham and Genelia D'Souza's marriage scene in Force apparently turned out to be a 'real' wedding.

“In a relationship the most important thing is to respect the other person and that’s what will get you unconditional love. Love and respect will lay a good foundation for a great relationship.”and soon fell in love. Their journey from being friends to best friends to now fondly being called Mr. Riteish and Genelia’s marriage story is one of the best examples of a perfect inter-faith love marriage, where both the families gave equal respect to each other’s traditions and rituals.

Their wedding saw a beautiful amalgamation of both the traditions right from the pre-wedding bash to the wedding ceremony itself.

Riteish Deshmukh is a Maharashtrian Hindu, while Genelia D’souza is a Mangalorean Catholic.

Recommended Read: The Love Story Of Riteish Deshmukh And Genelia Deshmukh The grand sangeet ceremony held at the Taj Lands End hotel in Bandra on January 31, 2012, was a star-studded event. The fun part of the event was the skit that Aftab Shivdasani put up using a cardboard cut-out featuring Riteish.

This grand affair was made even more special by Riteish and Genelia’s performance on a Marathi song, Must Read: Real Marriage Proposal That Outshined Movies One day before the wedding, Genelia had a traditional function called 'Umbracha Paani' at her home.

Umbracha Paani is an East Indian tradition in which women, dressed in sarees, dance all the way to a well to get water.

Genelia, looking radiant in a pink saree, to get her groom.

Our beautiful bride Genelia, also had a ceremony called Roce/Rose, another Konkani ritual.

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