Richa Chadha wants to celebrate her wedding day with close ones, says ‘We won’t get married in these conditions’

Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal have postponed their wedding plans this year because of the coronavirus pandemic

This COVID-19 pandemic has brought many uncertainties and confusions with it. Plans and important functions are either being postponed or cancelled. The same happened with actors Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, who were planning their wedding this year.

Bollywood’s lovely couple Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal were planning to get married this year, but unfortunately, it looks like the couple will have to wait a little more to tie the knot. Speaking to ETimes, Richa shared, “Yes, it is unlikely that we will get married this year, because the pandemic is far from over. We would not like to endanger anyone due to our celebration. It is only wise to wait for the vaccine.”


She added, “This was inevitable. There’s nothing we could do to control this, so we took a sensible decision. In the second week of March itself, we had decided that we won’t get married in these conditions. People travelling would face a health risk and safety is most important right now.”

Preparations for the couple’s wedding were in full swing, and Richa says it is a bit disheartening that they will have to postpone it. “The idea is to celebrate our special day with people close to us – our friends and family. Once things settle down and when the time is right, hopefully, we will come back and the new world will celebrate with us. I don’t know what kind of wedding celebration it will be now, given the new norms, but let’s see.”

Richa and Ali were all set to marry in April this year, but the COVID-19 outbreak and the lockdown made them cancel their plan. Fazal had then announced, “It has been delayed until further notice. I think we will celebrate with the world when everything is open again. We have something to celebrate… some good news hopefully, that everyone will get and we’ll make sure to bring that along with our wedding. Until then, we’re following all the rules of the lockdown and awaiting the next steps.”