Dileep Weds Kavya Madhavan, Watch Video And See Pictures
Considering that the actors chose to stay mum about their relationship, the wedding comes as a surprise to their fans.
Malayalam film actors Dileep and Kavya Madhavan put an end to a long decade of gossip and have finally tied the knot on November 25. Considering that the actors chose to stay mum about their relationship, the wedding comes as a surprise to their fans.
The wedding, held in Kochi, was an intimate affair with over 200 guests present at the venue in Kochi. Among the stars, Mamooty, Jayaram, Narain, Salim Kumar, Menaka, Joemol and Chippi and director Joshy, siddique were all present at the wedding.
Dileep took to Facebook some moments before his wedding and expressed his elation over the 'big day' of his life. He said, "I am getting married today. When I felt I wanted to get married, my family, including my daughter came to this decision. Kavya, my friend, is someone whose name has been linked with mine in several gossips and I felt it was not appropriate for me to marry anybody else.” He appealed to everyone for their blessings and also said that there should be no controversies over his wedding.
You can watch Dileep and Kavya Mahadevan's wedding video on Mathrubhumi's Facebook page.
The two of them have had a couple of hit films together in the past and will next be seen together in Runway sequel directed by Joshy. If reports are anything to go by, the couple will be heading to Dubai post their wedding.
Here are some pictures from the wedding ceremony.
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