Singer-host Aditya Narayan is soon to marry Shweta Aggarwal, the co-star of his film ‘Shapit’. Recently during a conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Aditya’s father Udit Narayan shared some things related to his son’s marriage.
Corona dodged all wishes:
Udit Narayan says, “There is talk of preparing for Aditya and Shweta’s marriage and if all goes well, we will get her married on December 1.” To be honest, this year we did not want to get Aditya married. We had a wish that if there is only one boy, then he will marry her with pomp, though Corona has shed water on all these desires. After much thought, we decided that this year we entrust him a new responsibility. All the rituals of marriage will be played in Mumbai among lesser people. To be honest, I sincerely wish that marriage should be done in the most lavish manner, about 300 people should be involved in it, but I will not go against the order of the government. I hope the situation gets a little better by December so that I can enjoy my only son’s marriage. ”
We also tried to show him girls:
On Aditya’s decision to marry, Udit Narayan says, “I knew him for many years but only as Aditya’s friend. Obviously, like every parent, we also wanted Aditya to settle as soon as possible. We had also tried to show her many girls but she did not agree.
If anything happens later, don’t blame the parents:
I remember on 31 August, he came to me and said that Papa, I have decided to get married. He was a little shocked to hear but then gave a chance to keep his whole talk to her. Then Aditya told me about Shweta that they have known her for 10 years and want to make her her life partner. I only told him that if anything happens later, don’t blame the parents.
If he used to say, I would find a good girl for him:
I have done a lot for him so far, if he had called, he would have also found a good girl. But now they have grown up. We are happy in his happiness. Just what will the boy-girl agree, what will the Kazi do? ” Let me tell you, on December 1, Aditya and Shweta will get married in a temple in Mumbai, in which only 50 people will be able to attend.