Writer Kanika Dhillon, who has penned the script of the movies Manmarziyaan and Judgementall Hai Kya, has obtained engaged to her beau Himanshu Sharma. She took to her Instagram on Monday to share the photographs and revealed that the duo obtained engaged in November in a non-public ceremony. For the unversed, Himanshu can be a writer and has written script of the movie Raanjhanaa. He can be the ex-boyfriend of actress Swara Bhasker.
Taking to Instagram, Kanika wrote, “#Famjam and more .. with #himanshusharma” In the photographs, Kanika may be seen donning a vivid yellow coloured conventional go well with with a giant maang tika and mushy curls to praise her look. On the opposite hand, Himanshu wore a kurta pajama with a white Nehru jacket. Check out the photos here-
Kanika and Himanshu have been relationship for greater than a 12 months. Announcing their engagement, Himanshu instructed Pinkvilla, “After being in a relationship for a while now.. we are happy to announce we are engaged and getting married soon. Looking forward to a happy and great life ahead.”
Last 12 months in August, Kanika Dhillon introduced her separation with husband Prakash Kovelamudi, who directed the Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao-starrer Judgementall Hai Kya. In a joint assertion, the duo acknowledged, “Yes, we did split but not during Judgementall Hai Kya. It happened 2 years back before the cameras rolled on the film.”
Kanika and Prakash had tied the knot in 2014. Last 12 months when Dia Mirza introduced that she is getting divorced from her husband Sahil Sangha, Kanika’s title had popped up being the explanation behind the couple’s separation. However, Dia quickly put an finish to the rumours and acknowledged, “This is to clarify and put to rest all kind of speculation that is being bandied about by a certain section of the media regarding my separation with Sahil. It is most unfortunate to see the level of irresponsibility exercised. What is even more unfortunate is that our colleagues names are being tarnished and maligned by this media. As a woman I will not stand for another woman’s name being used so irresponsibly to perpetuate a lie.”