TV actors Shakti Arora and Neha Saxena postpone wedding due to demonetisation
Popular TV couple Shakti Arora and Neha Saxena have been forced to postpone their wedding, which was originally set for November 15, indefinitely due to demonetisation
Popular TV couple Shakti Arora and Neha Saxena have been forced to postpone their wedding, which was originally set for November 15, indefinitely due to demonetisation.
While speaking to Times of India, Shakti Arora said, "I had withdrawn cash to pay to the wedding organisers, caterers and other staff as I had to give them an advance. However, they are refusing to take the old currency now. It will take me a long time to exchange the old notes with the new ones. I have no idea when we will get married now. It's definitely not happening this year."
Earlier, TV actor Karan Sharma, who was last seen in 'Ek Nayyi Pehchaan', faced problems with cash payments, thanks to decommissioning of the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. Cash crunch was the last thing on Karan Sharma's mind while planning a dream wedding with longtime girlfriend, singer-actress Tiaara Kar, a year ago.
After the government made an announcement of abolition of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 note, Karan was left bewildered. Organisers wanted payment in cash, so it was a bit difficult for Karan to make the advance payments in cash. The actor, however, welcome Narendra Modi government's path breaking decision. During the wedding he mock-begged his guests to give him change of Rs.1,000 note or queue up outside ATMs to withdraw the cash. (Read full details here!)
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