Tamil superstar Vishnu Vishal and international badminton players are setting goals ever since they made it official about their relationship who got engaged last year in September in Hyderabad have finally announced their marriage date.
Earlier in March, actor Vishnu Vishal revealed that he is going to get married to Jwala Gutta real soon and will become a Telugu Alludu (son-in-law) soon, the couple will become an official couple on April 22.
Announcing this news with their followers, the pair shared an invitation note written card which read as “With the blessing of our families, it gives us immense joy in sharing the news of our marriage, in a private affair in presence of near & dear – We are getting married. We thank you for all the love you have showered upon is over the years and seek blessings as we embark on this journey of love, loyalty, friendship and togetherness”.
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And the couple will have a simple registered marriage with their close family and friends owing to the second wave of the pandemic. Giving us deets about the wedding, the actor says, “It’s going to be a registered marriage. We wanted to be responsible at a time when the number of COVID-19 cases is on the rise. So, we chose to keep it a closed family-and-friends-only affair. We had plans of hosting a reception as well, but we have pushed that for now, until things get better.”
Further talking about reaching Hyderabad early next week, Vishnu says, “I’m shooting for Mohandas in the city. Once I wrap up this schedule, which will be either on April 19 or 20, I’ll head to Hyderabad,” adding, “There will be small pre-wedding traditions, which will be held at home.”
And the actor also admitted that Jwala is the one who looks after every single thing for their marriage needs, and Vishnu has just to go and get married, the actor says with a laugh, “Right from the trousseau to other details, she has taken care of everything. I guess I’ll just reach the venue and get married.”
Asking about do they have a plan for a honeymoon, he signs off by saying, “No. Like I said, the situation is not that great and so, we may not really go anywhere now. After our wedding, we’ll spend a few days with family and friends. And then, it’s back to work.”