Wedding bells for Shweta Basu Prasad

Wedding bells for Shweta Basu Prasad
Shweta is all set to tie nuptial knot with her long-time boyfriend and filmmaker Rohit Mittal on December 13. Photo: Instagram via @shwetabasuprasad11
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Remember Shweta Basu Prasad, who made a sensational entry to celluloid with her striking performance as a child artist in renowned filmmaker Vishal Bharadwaj’s Makdee? The comedy horror drama released in 2002 brought the little Chunni/Munni the national award for the best child artist.

Well, that was a decade-and-a-half ago, and the child prodigy is now a young damsel who is all set to tie nuptial knot with her long-time boyfriend and filmmaker Rohit Mittal on December 13. The soon-to-be bride is currently enjoying a pre-wedding bash with her beau and friends in Indonesia. She has shared photographs of her celebrations on Instagram.

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Let. The. Bachelorette. Begin!

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The Bihari beauty who ruled the television screen in popular serials including Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki and Karishma ka Karishma for some time shot to fame once again with internationally acclaimed director Nagesh Kuknoor’s ‘Iqbal’ for which got the best supporting actress award in fifth Karachi International Film Festival.

After that she made her debut in Tollywood in 2008 with Kotha Bangaru Lokam directed by Shekar Kammula and proved her mettle as an excellent actress. Though she did some successful movies in Telugu and Tamil, she was dragged into a controversy as cases were registered against her for running a sex racket in Hyderabad in the peak of her career. Though she was found not guilty in the high-profile case, she moved to Mumbai and has been working for some TV serials.

However, it is time for her celebrate and the big day in her life is just weeks away! We wish you a happy wedding life, Shweta!

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