Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Jasleen Matharu’s latest Instagram post has left fans curious, with several wanting to know if she got married to popular Bhajan singer Anup Jalota.
Jasleen, who was one of the many students of Anup, entered the ‘Bigg Boss 12’ house with the latter posing as his girlfriend. And back then, the two, who have an age of almost 37 years, made quite a controversial pair on the reality show. However, towards the end of the show, they revealed that it was a prank and the two weren’t dating and Jasleen was only Anup’s student.
But Jasleen’s latest post without a caption, wherein she has shared a photo of herself decked up as a bride in pink salwar kameez with a heavy dupatta and accessories, and Anup posing as the groom in a sherwani, has social media users intrigued.
While several fans commented on the ‘wedding photograph’ wishing the two a happy married life, others are asking ‘ye kab hua? (When did this happen?)’.
And while the picture has already gone viral on the internet, a report in Time of India claims quoting sources, that the photo is from an upcoming film ‘Woh Meri Student Hai’.
However, it seems the picture is from Jasleen Matharu’s upcoming Hindi film, Ye Meri Student Hai. Earlier, Jasleen had posted a picture with Anup Jalota and had announced about her film. Also, as per the sources of ETimes, the picture is from her film.
Jasleen Matharu has been in the news recently as she had cancelled her plans of marrying the Bhopal-based doctor, Dr. Abhinit Gupta. Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, Jasleen had said that she was happy with Dr. Gupta. She had gone there with her brother and had stayed 15 days in Bhopal. Also, it was Anup Jalota because of whom she had met Mr.Gupta. However, had said that their kundalis did not match. Jasleen had said, “Yes, our marriage will not happen. Well, to begin with, our kundlis did not match. My parents believe a lot in kundlis. I would never go against their wishes and set up a marital home of my own without their blessings. I don’t want to put them under any stress. Secondly, I realised along the way that our temperaments too did not match.”