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Debina Bonnerjee reveals their viral wedding pictures were only for the camera

A few days earlier pictures of Debina Bonnerjee and Guru Choudhary’s Bengali wedding pictures went viral. In the pictures, the couple was seen all decked up in traditional Bengali wedding attire and they made all of us wonder if they had renewed their vows after 10 years of marriage. 

Well, now Debina has decided to shed light on the viral pictures. Speaking to Hindustan Times, The actress said, “It was just a reel wedding for our short film, but we almost kind of did it (rituals) again.”

She further continued, “Our director (Ram Kamal Mukherjee of Subho Bijoya) is also a Bengali, and he knew all the nitty-gritty of a Bengali wedding. Everything was arranged from Kolkata. The outfit which Gurmeet was wearing was a special groom’s attire that came from Kolkata. It didn’t feel like we were shooting.”

She also revealed that getting married again on-screen was like walking down memory lane. The actress said, “At that time, we both were so mesmerized. The whole evening we just kept talking and just clicking videos and pictures. In fact, I have even kept the bride’s attire from the shoot with me.”

When asked if there are any plans to renew their wedding vows, Debina responded, “No, abhi toh reel hi theek hai, abhi we don’t plan to do anything like that, and it is also not a wise decision to hold a wedding during the ongoing pandemic.”

She also talked about working with her husband again after such a long time, the actress added, “It was such a different experience from what happened 11 years ago. We were immature, used to keep laughing and fighting. While working this time, I realised that we have matured as an actor. There was no motive to overwhelm the other actor with your acting, and we were giving each other space to deliver, that was the best part.”

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