Updated: December 25, 2017 2:56:45 pm
Veteran Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan had spread love with his performance at cricketer Virat Kohli and actor Anushka Sharma’s Delhi reception. The singer looked extremely happy and blessed the couple with heart-warming wishes. Maan took to Twitter to share his happiness.
“I came to shower my love on them, but they showered more love on me. ‘Mein dillon ardaas karda ke Rab hamesha enha dovan nu khush rakhey teh buriyan nazran toh bachakey rakhey’ (From the botton of my heart I wish that the couple stay blessed and may God protect them from all the negativity). May you have a long life, Virat and Anushka,” Maan tweeted.
The star cricketer and Bollywood actor hosted a glamorous wedding reception at the Taj Palace on Thursday, with Maan singing their favourite song “Sajna ve sajna”.
The reception held at the Durbar Hall of Taj Diplomatic Enclave even saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi coming and blessing the couple in person. Virat and Anushka had met and extended the reception invite to PM Modi which was duly accepted. The PM also went up the stage to wish the newlyweds and then posed for a picture with the couple before being joined in by the families.
The couple tied the knot on December 11 in Tuscany, Italy and this was the first of two receptions which were hosted. There will be another reception for Bollywood celebrities and cricketers in Mumbai on December 26.
I came to shower my love on them, but they showered more love on me ❤️Mein Dillon ardaas karda ke Rab hamesha enha dovan nu khush rakhey teh buriyan nazran toh bachakey rakhey – Virat and Anushka Jeondey Raho 🙏🏽❤️ pic.twitter.com/CSSKjRz3Wm
— Gurdas Maan (@gurdasmaan) December 23, 2017
Check out some videos from Virat – Anushka’s reception in Delhi:
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