Author and screenwriter, Kanika Dhillon recently tied the knot with her beau and fellow screenwriter Himanshu Sharma in a private, close-knit ceremony! After announcing their engagement a few weeks ago, the couple announced the news of their marriage in a sweet and simple social media post that had us all feeling all happy and swooning for the couple. Scroll down below for the details!
Introducing Kanika & Himanshu's Intimate Wedding
Popularly known for authoring books like Shiva and the Rise of the Shadows and The Dance of Durga Kanika Dhillion is also the screenwriter of famous movies like Manmarziyan, Kedarnath and Ra.One. The writer tied the knot with famous screenwriter Himanshu Sharma in a private ceremony, who penned films like Atrangi Re, Raanjhanaa and others. The couple had only announced their engagement a few weeks ago, where the bride looked amazing in a yellow Anarkali suit, while her husband to be looked at her lovingly in a sky blue attire.
The couple announced their wedding through an Instagram post a few days ago with the words, "Here is to #2021 #newbeginnings #himanshusharma."
The pictures are a collection of snapshots of Kanika and Himanshu with their family, with Kanika looking stunning in the magenta ensemble and Himanshu sporting a sapper off white kurta-pyjama set with a yellow Nehru jacket. The couple was congratulated by their friends and family for their wedding through heartwarming messages, including actress Tapasee Pannu.
Talking about their impromptu engagement and wedding, Kanika opened up, saying, "Himanshu had just wrapped up Atrangi Re. Our families were here with us at that time. We thought we may not get a better opportunity to bring everyone who matters to us together so easily. So, we decided to get married in their presence and with their blessings. Even the engagement had happened in a similar fashion because both of us are swamped with work, and in the present times, it’s very difficult to have everyone around us at the same time. COVID-19 is still here. The pandemic is still not over, and so the wedding had to be quick, and somewhat, impromptu."