Actor Shriya Saran surprised the entire nation with the news of her marriage on March 19. The mesmerising actress, who has even featured in Bollywood films like ‘Mission Istaanbul’, ‘Drishyam’ and ‘Awarapan’, seemed to have got married according to Hindu rituals.
Rumours of actor Shriya Saran getting married to Russian sportsperson and entreprenur Andrei Koscheev have been doing the rounds for a while now. And the day finally came on March 19 when the two of them decided to marry in Udaipur.
Some reports, however, say that the couple registered their marriage on March 12.
The family has been tight-lipped about the wedding. Nevertheless, pictures and videos of the ceremony have been doing the rounds on social media, put up by enthusiastic fans of the actor who has starred in films such as Sivaji, Drishyam, and several other blockbusters.
In a video posted on Twitter, Andrei can be heard delivering his wedding vows in Hindi and later translating it in English: “If someone loves you, they love you the way you are. If someone asks you to change for love, that’s not love. That’s compromise. And in love, we don’t compromise.”
As the crowd cheers him, a delighted Shriya asks, “You’re telling me you’ll accept all my madness?” Andrei replies in the affirmative. The tennis player also added that Shriya’s love had made him a better person every day.
— shriyasaran fan page 🌹🌹 (@shriyasaran1fc) March 19, 2018
Shriya Saran has a career which spans in regional as well as Bollywood and the same way her hubby Andrei seems to be a versatile person. A businessman with a passion for sports but that’s not everything as he even has a Diploma degree in general management. Know we know how he is able to manage so many things at the same time along with the love of his life who lives in another country.
Not only did Andrei Koscheev achieve success in tennis on the National level but he also became a successful entrepreneur at a young age, which opened doors for him at several institutions where he gave valuable lectures.
The bride, dressed in a red lehenga, and the groom dressed in a dark blue traditional suit with a red turban, made for a handsome couple.