After Gautam Rode and Pankhuri Awasthy, another television couple is all set to get hitched. It is confirmed that Sasural Simar Ka actors Dipika Kakar and Shoaib Ibrahim are finally solemnizing their relationship on 26th February. The wedding will take place in Bhopal, Shoaib’s hometown as the couple wanted it to be a private affair.
The couple has already flown to the destination and wedding functions will begin on 25th Feb. On 26th, the couple will be pronounced as husband and wife as per Muslim rituals. So yes, it will be a nikah! The couple, however, will host a wedding reception in Mumbai for industry friends; the date of which is not yet finalized.
Well, amidst this all, we got hands on the adorable couple’s wedding card. One of the couple’s friends, Abhishek Sharma posted a picture of their wedding card and wrote, “The most beautiful moment in my life. Won’t say more. Love you both @ms.dipika @shoaib2087”
The wedding card is green in colour and has Islamic aesthetics to it. But what caught our attention is the beautiful quote written on the cover. The card reads, “Zindagi ki kitaab ko khoobsurat bana rahe hain”
Awwww! When two people are in love, they indeed make each other’s life beautiful than ever. Same is the case with Dipika and Shoaib. We wish these two a blissful marital life.
Let us also tell you, the couple fell in love on the sets of Sasural Simar Ka and Shoaib went down on his knees to propose Dipika on the stage of Nach Baliye season 8.
This will be Dipika’s second marriage as she was earlier wed to Raunak Samson. But this is not at all an issue with Shoaib and his family. Talking about the same, Dipika once said, “It was never an issue between us as we have our priorities sorted. We are mature people and understand each other well. Be it work or personal life, we take all decisions together as that’s how our relationship has been formed.”
Dipika, in fact, shares a deep bonding with Shoaib’s family and his mother is more close her than Shoaib. Sharing the same, she once said in an interview, “Coming from a small town, even his parents never let me feel that. I have always longed for family. Ammi sends dabba for me when my mother is not there. I feel I am more close to his mom than him. Everything is positive and we are more at peace now.”