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Shaheer Sheikh marries to girlfriend Ruchika Kapoor at court marriage

‘Yeh Rishta Hai Pyaar Ke’ fame actor Shaheer Sheikh has married the court with his girlfriend Ruchika Kapoor. Earlier on Tuesday, Shaheer posted a photo of Ruchika, in which Ruchika is seen flaunting his engagement ring. Now in an interview, Shaheer confirmed the marriage and talked about his relationship with Ruchika.

Speaking to the Times of India, Shaheer said that Ruchika is honest in expressing her feelings. The best thing about our relationship is that we are friends first. Being an actor, I have to act in front of the camera, but now I have found a partner with whom I can live. I have always been saying that I am a stroller and now I have found the perfect partner. I am looking forward to a never ending journey with him.

In this report, it was told that due to panademic, both of them decided to do the court marriage. Will marry the traditional customs in June next year. Both have court courts in Shaheer’s hometown Jammu. After this, he will also perform a function at his home in Mumbai.

Discussing Shaheer’s vocation, he made a TV debut in 2009 with Kya Mast Hai Life. He picked up prominence by playing the personality of Nana Saheb in the TV show Jhansi Ki Rani. In the Mahabharata show that circulated from 2013 to 2014, Arjun’s character raised Shaheer’s prominence. He is as yet recalled today for this character. Other mainstream serials of Shaheer incorporate Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi, Dastan-e-Mohabbat Salim Anarkali, Yeh Rishta Hai Pyaar Ke. Shaheer has additionally worked in the Indonesian media outlet.

Simultaneously, Ruchika is an innovative maker and leader VP at Ekta Kapoor’s organization Balaji Telefilms. As an inventive maker, he has worked in a few movies, including Veere Di Wedding and Laila Majnu. It is being said about Shaheer and Ruchika that both will get hitched soon.

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