The guest list of famous stand-up comedy star Bharti Singh is finally out and we cannot keep calm for it will be an immensely star-studded gathering. The well known and established comedienne Bharti Singh is all set to step into matrimony with her longtime boyfriend Harsh Limbachiyaa.
The laughter queen is currently on a break from her work schedule in order to kick off her wedding bells and plans with full excitement and enthusiasm. With only one month left for her wedding, Bharti Singh just amazed her fans by disclosing the guest list of her wedding.
Salman Khan & Shahrukh Khan To Be Seen Together At Bharti’s Wedding
The countdown for the most beautiful phase in a girl’s life has begun for comedian Bharti Singh who is pacing up to tie the knot with her longtime boyfriend Harsh Limbachiyaa. The destination wedding is all set to take place on 3rd December’ 2017 in Goa. Bharti Singh, who is a celebrated television celebrity does not only have a good reputation but also has established good contacts with Bollywood celebrities as well. The Karan-Arjun duo that is Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan along with Bollywood beauties like Madhuri Dixit, Malaika Arora and director Karan Johar will personally be invited by Bharti Singh.
Bharti Singh who met Harsh Limbachiyaa on one of her comedy shows expresses how he never leaves any stone unturned to impress her by his actions and gestures. The big fat Punjabi wedding’s expenditure is being borne equally by Bharti and Harsh. These two are definitely goals in today’s era.
Post-Marriage Plans For Bharti Singh
The soon to be married comedian Bharti Singh has been a popular face in the television industry for the past 8 years. A marriage which is on the cards for Bharti with her longtime boyfriend Harsh Limbachiyaa in the month of December and she is in the mode of absolutely no work during this phase and after a while. Bharti might take up one or two-day events or any kind of award function but will not take up any full-fledged show. Also, post marriage in December, Bharti can be expected in the back to work mode in mid-January.