Ajay Devgn and Kajol married in a very simple manner. To keep the media away from their special day, this couple even told them a lie.
Kajol and Ajay Devgan are celebrating their 22nd wedding anniversary today.
If Ajay Devgn (Kajol) and Ajay Devgn are said to be the most loved couple of B-town, then perhaps it will not be wrong. Ajay and Kajol married on 24 February 1999. Today i.e. on Wednesday, both are celebrating their 22nd wedding anniversary. On the occasion of his 22nd wedding anniversary, Ajay Devgan has wished Kajol in a very unique way. Ajay Devgan has shared a photo of a wine bottle on his Instagram.
The bottle of this wine has a photo of Kajol and Ajay Devgan written on it, ‘Battled in 1999.’ Ie fought in 1999. Kajol and Ajay Devgan also share a bond with friends. Ajay Devgan often teases Kajol. Today he has done something similar on Anniversary too. He has termed his marriage as a battle.
How to wish fans to wish Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan’s fans and Kajol’s fans are giving a very funny response to this post. Fans like Ajay Devgan wishing Kajol an anniversary like this.
Ajay Devgan and Kajol got married in a very simple way. To keep the media away from their special day, this couple even told them a lie. Instead of telling the exact address of the place where the wedding was to be held, both of them had told the media the wrong wedding venue. Ajay Devgan has accepted this fact in many interviews. Ajay Devgan took seven rounds with Kajol on the roof of his house. Only his close friends and family members attended this wedding.
Unlike other B-town love stories, the relationship between Ajay Devgan and Kajol has been quite simple. This couple likes to stay away from limelight. Not only this, it is the couple who are the most non-controversial in the film industry, that is, this couple does not like to get into any controversy.
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