Imagine, the broadcaster, was planning to bring its third season, hopefully with a girl, towards the end of this year. I never expected something like this. It seems like yesterday when Dimpy and Rahul got married on our show. And so did the Mahajans.
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Before entering the show, twenty-seven-year-old Harpreet Chhabra was working as a model and an anchor. She is from Delhi and completed her studies in Delhi itself. When she was young, her father expired it was she and her mother who has been together for a long time. Though she is a Punjabi, her family settled in Delhi. Harpreet Chhabra has a younger brother for whom she is very close. This show used to air on the E24 television channel. Harpreet Chhabra also appeared in the music videos; Tohar Shoquina Di. Though very one favored her, Rahul married another participant, Dimpy Ganguly.
Jump to navigation. For better or for worse, it's clear that we have not seen the last of Mr and Mrs Mahajan. The newly-weds have been all over the media, and promise - or, if you prefer, threaten - to be back on the news radar once they return from their honeymoon. But now that the curtains have come down on the wedding show Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega , what of those who got away? Nikunj Malik, a year-old fashion designer from Faridabad, is one of the two finalists who vied on TV to be Rahul's bride. So is she devastated that the man she professed to love didn't choose her in the end? Is she distraught that her 'rejection' was telecast on national TV? Most people would consider those to be natural reactions in such circumstances - but then, there are many others who would argue that there's nothing natural about such shows, and also the people who choose to be on them. So then, it's perhaps not odd that Nikunj, back in her house in Faridabad, is now badmouthing the 'groom', the very man she had on the reality show more than once claimed to love and "respect" for life.