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Wedding plans cancelled? What wedding?

Posted March 27th, 2020, 10:22 AM IST

Wedding plans cancelled? What wedding?

Sections of the press are abuzz with rumours that Varun Dhawan’s wedding with Natasha Dalal in Thailand in June has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus threat; but the truth is that there was no confirmation about any such wedding plans to begin with.

Commenting on the rumours, a source very close to the Dhawans said, “Shaadi bhi fix kar di, wedding date bhi, aur venue bhi (The wedding, the date and the venue were fixed) without any confirmation from the family.

And now they’re cancelling the wedding too, on the family’s behalf. Arrey bhai, where is the question of cancellation when there were no wedding plans in June in the first place?”

According to the rumours flying around, the Dhawans have asked for a refund of the money paid for hotel bookings for the wedding in Thailand.

This, say sources close to the family, is the height of make-believe.

“Please, Dhawan parivar ko refund ke receipt bhi dikhado (show the Dhawan family the refund receipts),” laughs a friend of the family.

The truth about the Varun-Natasha wedding is, there is no wedding in sight yet. And in light of the current crisis, it will definitely not happen this year.

Varun’s father David Dhawan says, “Kaun si shaadi, kaisi shaadi? Media ne date bhi pukki kar di? Jegah bhi chun liya. Jegah cancel kar diya. Abb Varun ke bachchon ke naam bhi bataa hi dalo. (What wedding? The media has fixed the date, chosen the venue, and cancelled it. Why not name Varun's children as well)."