Sonakshi Sinha brought a big surprise for the fans in the morning. Today, on Monday, the hue and cry started to be posted on the Bollywood actress’ Instagram. So is this actress sitting on the wedding pedestal? The same question will come to your mind when you see the picture. He has shared three pictures of himself on social media. The presence of one man is evident in each picture. And there is a big diamond ring on the left hand ring finger.
The presence of a man next to her and Sonakshi’s finger ring and two by four her fans have matched. Fans are filled with congratulatory messages instead of comments on his post thinking that he is engaged. So are you really marrying the enemy’s daughter?
He did not say anything clear about it. Sonakshi wrote in the caption of the pictures, ‘A good day for me. One of my life’s dreams is about to come true. I was looking forward to share with you. I never thought the job would be so easy.
Sonakshi’s love affair with ‘notebook’ actor Zaheer Iqbal is not new. It is heard that they are secretly making love behind everyone’s back. From taking pictures together to moving around, they have nothing to hide. However, when the topic of love arises, the two of them tighten their locks. In a recent interview, Zaheer opened his mouth about Sonakshi.
“I am just tired of talking about this,” he said. Now I have stopped saying anything. Whatever you think, you can think. Keep thinking If you are happy thinking that I am in love with Sonakshi, then so be it. But if this thought makes you sad, then I’m sorry. Stop thinking about it. ‘
Sonakshi made her Bollywood debut in 2010 with Salman Khan opposite Dabangg. He has also acted in films like ‘Holiday’, ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’, ‘R Prince’ and ‘Mission Mars’. Sonakshi was last seen with Ajay Devgn in ‘Bhuj: The Pride of India’. Zaheer is new to the industry compared to Sonakshi. The actor made his Bollywood debut in 2019 with the film ‘Notebook’. The two will be seen together in the movie ‘Double Excel’.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .