Shriya Saran's 'wedding photos' surface on social media; actress refuses to confirm reports of nuptials
While some reports claim that Shriya Saran's wedding took place at her residence in Mumbai, the others state it was a hush-hush affair in Udaipur on Monday.
Wedding pictures of Shriya Saran's wedding to longtime Russian boyfriend Andrei Koscheev have surfaced on social media but there is no official word of confirmation on her nuptials.
Koscheev is a hotelier who owns a popular restaurant chain in Moscow, along with being a national level tennis player. International Business Times (IBT) reports that the wedding was a hush-hush affair as only family members and close friends were invited.
The Times of India reports that the couple also threw a Holi party on the same day as the Haldi and Sangeet ceremonies, on Sunday. While the report states that they got married in Mumbai, IBT reports that the wedding took place in Udaipur.
When Deccan Chronicle reached out to Saran for a confirmation, she said, "I don’t want to comment on it." When Firstpost interviewed her in February, she had a similar curt statement to offer on her wedding aspirations, "It’s none of anyone’s business."
Actress #Shriyasaran Got married to her Love @andreikoscheev ❤️ Pic from her mehendi 💕 A post shared by Lovely Telugu (@lovelytelugu) on
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