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7 Top TV Actresses Who Found Love Outside The Industry

In this world of this show-off, these TV actresses find love outside the industry.


TV actresses find love outside the industry: In the world of glamour, where new faces are launched every day, sustaining yourself for a very long time becomes quite challenging. Moreover, when you are married.

Fans demand to see a TV couple in real life too. This may be valid to some extent. Some famous TV celebs married off to their co-star. However, some actresses find their love beyond the world of glamour. In the world of this show-off, these TV actresses find love outside the industry.

TV actresses find love outside the industry

Saumya Tandon and Saurabh Devendra Singh

Still known for her iconic character ‘Anita Bhabhi,’ Saumya likes to keep her personal life private. In 2016, she took pheras Saurabh Devendra Singh, a professional banker. Before their marriage, the couple had known each other for 13 years but never got a chance to date as Saurabh went abroad for further studies. He also left and settled in India because Saumya wanted him to stay with him.

Neha Pendse and Shardul Singh Baya

In 2019, Neha Pendse and Shardul Singh Baya began their love story. At a friend’s party, Shardul and the actress first met. Several meetings later, the two realized they were a perfect match in every aspect of their lives. However, Pendse fans trolled her for marrying Shardul, but she was proud of her choice. The couple has been in a live-in relationship since April 2019. Shardul is a Pune-based businessman by profession.

Disha Vakani and Mayur Padia

The most well-known television character is Disha Vakani, aka Dayaben, from Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. Vakani married Mayur Padia, a Mumbai-based CA. In 2015, their wedding took place. Despite being entirely away from the industry, Mayur thoroughly understands his wife’s working life as she continues to entertain us on the show. Post-pregnancy, Disha Vakani took a break from the show to embrace her motherhood.

Rupali Ganguly and Ashwin K Verma

Television actress Rupali Ganguly, currently playing the lead role in the popular TV show, Anupamaa, married businessman Ashwin K Verma in 2013. It is fascinating to hear how they fell in love. They remained friends for nearly a decade before getting married, but they didn’t realize their friendship would turn into love. Five years before their marriage, Rupali and Ashwin discovered their passion for each other. Previously, Ashwin worked for an insurance company and as an ad filmmaker. After quitting his job, he moved to India to marry Rupali.

Niti Taylor and Parikshit Bawa

Ishqbaaz’s actress never wanted to marry someone from show business. She wished fulfilled when she tied the knot with an Army Captain, Parikshit Bawa. An extravagant wedding ceremony revealed Niti Taylor and Parikshit Bawa’s love affair. The high school sweethearts reconnected on Instagram, found a lot in common, and eventually fell in love.

Anas Saiyad and Sana Khan

Anas Saiyad, an Islamic scholar, is married to Bigg Boss famed Sana Khan. In 2020, the former actress married him in a private ceremony. Post her surprise wedding with Anas, Sana revealed that she had known him since 2017.

Shraddha Arya and Rahul Nagal

Kundali Bhagya fame Shraddha Arya married Naval officer Rahul Nagal in a dreamy wedding in Delhi. While nothing was known about the marriage, the actress announced it on social media with her wedding pictures. The couple is quite goofy, and their hilarious videos on social media are proof. From romantic rides to dinner dates, Shraddha and Rahul often give a glimpse of spending quality time with each other.

There are many other TV actresses find love outside the industry. Could you list some of your favourite jodis.

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