Newlyweds Neha Kakkar and her singer-husband Rohanpreet Singh have been making headlines ever since the former made their relationship Instagram official through a post and then got married within days of them disclosing they are together. 

Now, after the couple returned from their honeymoon in Dubai, they made their first television appearance on popular comedy chat show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show‘, and since have become the talk of the town once again.

On the show, the duo entertained the viewers with their amazing chemistry and revealed yet undisclosed details about each other.

On ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, Neha revealed she first met Rohapreet in Chandigarh in August during the shoot of their music video ‘Nehu Da Vyah’, which was released days ahead of their wedding. 

Rohan added that since he was told that the song was written and composed by Neha and it would feature her, he was more than willing to be a part of it. 

During the conversation on the chat show, Neha disclosed that Rohanpreet was very cute and loving on the sets which actually set off things between them. She added he is a beautiful human being and of course, handsome. Neha also said that at the outset only she had told Rohanpreet she wanted to get married, but didn’t want to get into a relationship. 

Neha revealed Rohan told her he was just 25 and didn’t want to get married. 

But then, Neha said, one day, Rohan told her, ‘I can’t live without you, let’s get married.’ Neha joked Rohan was drunk, so, she thought he might forget the next day. But when she landed in Chandigarh for another shoot Rohan visited her at the hotel and reminded her of what he had said. Neha asked him to meet her mom who was there. And that’s how everything came together for them.

Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh tied the knot in a grand wedding ceremony on October 24 in Delhi. The wedding was preceded by several events like haldi, mehendi and then the marriage was followed up with a reception ceremony. 

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