Wedding Bells for Nargis Fakhri and Uday Chopra?

So, is the couple finally tying the knot?

Updated29 Nov 2017, 07:19 AM IST
2 min read

They have been an off and on couple for five years now. More off than on, since Nargis, a self-confessed gypsy was unable to pin herself down to Bollywood and her relationship with the Chopras.

But now it seems like it’s all sorted. Nargis, who was away from Mumbai since many months and who had apparently quit Bollywood after her dizzying spell of uncomfortable  gyrating with Varun Dhawan in Main Tera Hero and her completely unsuccessful attempt at playing the Banjo in Ritesh Deshmukh’s company, in director Ravi Jadhav’s film, is back in town.

And if  sources close to  the Chopra family are to be believed, Nargis is all set to become Rani Mukerji’s  sister-in-law.

A  close family friend  of  the Chopras says, “There is definitely a wedding on the cards. In fact, from what we’ve been told, it may happen any time early next year. At least that’s where it stands at the moment. Uday is fully committed to marriage. He wants to make it legal with Nargis for the last two years. But she’s commitment-phobic, both professionally and personally. She keeps running off to her home in New York. But now this time we’re told she’s in Mumbai to make the relationship legal.”

The fact that Uday Chopra’s mother, Mrs. Pam Chopra dotes on her future Choti Bahu is definitely in Nargis’ favour.

“They get along famously. Neither of Mrs. Pam Chopra’s sons would marry a woman their mother doesn’t approve of. Luckily  for Aditya and Uday, their mom gets along with Rani and Nargis,” says the family friend. The source also mentioned that Nargis has been staying with the Chopras in their Juhu bungalow.

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Published: 29 Nov 2017, 07:12 AM IST

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