The National Award Winning Actress, Konkana Sen Sharma and Ranvir Shrorey got married finally !


The National Award Winning Acrress, Konkana Sen Sharma and Ranvir Shorey got engaged in 2008 and Konkana finally confirmed today that she has married her boyfriend Ranivr Shorey on 3rd September 2010 in a private ceremony in Mumbai at their Goregaon residence.

The National Award Winning Acrress, Konkana Sen Sharma and Ranvir Shorey got engaged in 2008 and Konkana finally confirmed today that she has married her boyfriend Ranivr Shorey on 3rd September 2010 in a private ceremony in Mumbai at their Goregaon residence. Very few friends were invited and among them Fardeen Khan and Shilpa Shetty were spotted.

Ranvir aged 38 , dressed as a traditional Punjabi groom and Konkana appeared clad in Bengali Sari and jewels.

Konkana has also posted on her micro bogging page Twitter that Ranvir and she got married on the 3rd September 2010 thanked her fans for all the good wishes.

Ranvir tweeted on his page " We wanted you to read it here first but … we got married. "The best wish/advice I have reecieved on marriage so far "congratulations! Do not do it again".

Konkana Sen was born in New Delhi on 3rd December 1979 to Mukul Sharma, a Science writer and journalist and Aparna Sen, a Bengali Actress and film maker.
Konkana's maternal grandfather is Chidananda Dasgupta, who was one of the founder members of the Calcutta Film Society. He was also a film critic, scholar, writer and aprofessor. Her grandmother Supriya Dasgupta was the cousin of Jibananda Das , a famous Bengali poet.

Konkana became popular in bollywood in her roles in Mr. & Mrs. Iyer, Page-3, Life in a Metro and Wake up Sid.

Ranvir made his way in bollywodd with films viz. Khosla Ka Ghosla, Mixed Doubles, Pyaar Ke Side effects and Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.

As on date Konkana has at least eight movies are in the streamline and this includes 'Sunglass' of Riguparno Ghosh – with Madhavan and Raima Sen. In addition to this, she will be seen in 'Shantaram' of Mira Nair and Vianay Shukhla's "Mirch".


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