TV Actress Shraddha Arya was seen exchanging rings with her boyfriend Alam Makkar in a recent episode of Nach Baliye's latest season. The exchange was after Janardhan Pandit, a well-known astrologer predicted that Shraddha and Alam will get married in a span of two years and live happily ever after. Now isn't that the sort of prediction everyone in a relationship wants?
The astrologer basically predicted that Shraddha and Alam would share a long, happy association and that they would continue to remain in the industry for a long, long time. Here's what he said, "Shraddha and Alam will get married in two years and there’s ample of happiness written in their lives. Alam has a great future in business and Shraddha will continue acting for the next 38 years even after delivering a child."
Hearing something like that is bound to make people in love start dreaming about their future now, isn't it? Shraddha and Alam went ahead and exchanged rings right there on the set! Shraddha had never admitted to being in a relationship with Alam before, it was only on Season 9 that the couple admitted to seeing one another. This isn't the first (or the last) time that there's been an engagement or even a wedding on the sets of a reality TV show. This seems to happen a lot on the sets of Bigg Boss. We all know what engagements and weddings do for TRPs and it got us wondering.... are the makers of Nach Baliye taking a card out of Bigg Boss' hat?
Shraddha was previously engaged to an NRI in 2015 but that engagement was called off due to compatibility issues between the couple. Talking about her previous relationship in an interview with a leading daily, Shraddha said, "Sometimes things don’t work out the way you plan. There was no one to blame [in that situation]. Of course, you feel you have a connect with someone but when you begin to know them better, you find out that maybe things won’t work in the long term. And then, you take a step back and decide not to go ahead with the relationship. Such a decision helps both parties. I don’t regret the decision (to not marry). Whatever happened, happened for both our well-being.”