Richa Chadha pokes fun at beau Ali Fazal's choice of music in THIS hilarious reel; Watch
Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal had earlier planned to tie knot in 2020, however, due to pandemic their wedding postponed.
Ever since Richa Chaddha and Ali Fazal have made their relationship official, the couple is always loved for their mushy romance and fun banter on the internet. Recently, the lovebirds took time out of their busy schedule to create a hilarious reel that left not only fans but also their industry friends in splits.
Taking to Instagram, The Fukrey actress dropped a video wherein she can be seen jokingly ranting on beau Ali for enjoying house music instead of Punjabi melody. While Ali is seen grooving to the hip hop track wearing a white long kurta paired with blue jeans and sported cap and shades. Richa wore a black top with hoop earrings as she complains about Ali in Punjabi. The video plays with a caption that reads, “ When the DJ changes the music from Punjabi to House”. In between Ali is also heard saying “Ya love you”, to which Richa hilariously says “Tenu love dikhawangi”. Alongside the video, the actress wrote, “House sunna hai toh ghar jake suno!” Have a look:
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Richa and Ali have been dating for a long time now. If the reports are to be believed that couple is all set to tie the knot soon. Earlier, the two had thought of getting married in 2020, but they had to postpone it owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently, Richa spoke about her marriage plans saying that whenever she thinks of getting married, a new variant comes. "I am telling you the truth that we had booked the venue for the wedding in 2020. We have also not taken back the advance given for Venue. Because we wish to have a good class marriage. At the same time, fewer people should be involved in this marriage and the elders of our house should remain. They should enjoy it a lot, that is our dream, so in such a condition, if we get married by risking the health of the family members, then it is not right.” she told a news publication.