Small screen real life couple Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchantt, who have been in a relationship for more than six years, will tie the knot soon. While the wedding date has not been revealed by the couple or their close ones, Kishwer recently celebrated her bachelorette party, hinting that the wedding is around the corner.
The actress, who is currently seen in Brahmarakshas, has shared some pictures from her amazing bachelorette party on Instagram. Kishwer looked gorgeous in the pictures. Unlike a grand bash, Kishwer's party was a close-knitted affair with only her cousins in attendance. An India Forums report said that it was a surprise bachelorette party from her cousins and a star-studded bachelorette party will soon be held for the bride-to-be.
Both Kishwer and Suyyash had participated in the controversial reality show Bigg Boss 9 and turned out to be among of the strongest contestants of the season. While on the show, Suyyash had mentioned that soon after the wedding, the lovebirds plan to travel abroad for their honeymoon. "After getting hitched madam (Kishwer Merchantt) wants to go to Paris and Amsterdam, Moscow...So I have to plan all of that," the actor had told Tellychakkar.com.
Recently, Suyyash was in news when his mother Ranjana shared her pain owing to the recent decision of demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The elderly took to her Twitter handle and shared how she was upset for not being able to withdraw money for her son's wedding.
In other news, Kishwer recently received backlash from her fans when she shared a picture of her from the show and captioned it, "Wanna do somethg different today..watch #brahmarakshasInstead of #biggboss10 at 9pm on@zeetv #appumaa ya#brahmarakshas..who will be present at#rishab and #raina 's reception !!! DO NOT MISS !!!."
While it was a funny message by Kishwer, her fans didn't take it lightly and started trolling her and calling her selfish and a backstabber. Some also pointed out that she became popular only because of Bigg Boss. However, Kishwer soon shut the hate messages by saying that people should get a life and that it was a joke.