Harman Baweja becomes engaged to Sasha Ramchandani, the image of the couple’s roka ceremony goes viral

Harman Baweja, who was once with Priyanka Chopra, got engaged to Sasha Ramchandani. The two exchanged their rings at their roka ceremony held in Chandigarh in the presence of their family members. Also Read – Harman Baweja-Genelia D’Souza’s “It’s My Life” skips the theatrical and OTT releases and will premiere at Zee Cinema

Harman’s sister Rowena Baweja shared the picture of the Roka ceremony and welcomed Sasha to the family. “Congratulations to both of you! Welcome to the @sasha_ramchandani family! I can’t wait for the festivities to begin. We love you #rokka #family #celebrationtime #chandigarh #harmanbaweja,” Rowena wrote on Instagram. Also read – Harman Baweja, Girish Kumar, Jackky Bhagnani – 11 star kids whose failed careers prove that nepotism doesn’t always rock

For the uninitiated, Sasha Ramchandani is an integrative nutritional health coach. She runs a page on Instagram called Better Balanced Self. She is apparently friends with actress Sagarika Ghatge, who also went to Instagram to wish the couple their engagement. Also Read – We Just Can’t Deal With Harman Baweja’s Shocking Transformation – Look At Pictures!

Harman Baweja, Sasha Ramchandani

Harman made his debut with Priyanka in Love Story 2050 in 2008. The film was declared a flop at the box office. He continued to work in films like Victory, What’s Your Raashee? and Dishkiyaoon. However, all failed to make a mark at the box office.

The actor hasn’t been in showbiz since 2014. He’d packed eyeballs when spotted in a restaurant and looked unrecognizable when he’d put on weight.

Harman Baweja and Genelia D’souza starring Its My Life, a father-son relationship drama, had skipped theatrical release and TV premiere. The film, directed by Anees Bazmee, is a remake of the 2006 Telugu hit Bommarillu.

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