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Parzaan Dastur gets engaged to Delna Shroff: Cute little sardar kid from ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’

Shah Rukh Khan’s hit ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ will not forget the actor Parzaan Dastur, who won millions of hearts by becoming a child artist. Now Parzaan has grown up and got married. Because of this, they are being discussed a lot these days. In the film directed by Karan Johar, ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ starring Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukerjee, Parzaan Dastur was seen in the role of a Silent Sikh Kid. He got engaged to his long time girlfriend Delna Shroff under traditional Parsi ceremonies. On this, Parzaan shared his picture on social media announcing the big event to his fans. 

About four months ago, Parzaan had indicated on social media that he will get married in January. He shared a picture in which he was seen proposing on his knees to Delna. In the caption, he wrote, ‘It was a beautiful day a year ago when she said yes. Now only 4 months left.’ It is worth mentioning that Parzaan has done something like this, after films like Mohabbatein, Kaho Na Pyaar Hai, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’, and more. Parzaan was seen as a lead actor in Piyush Jha’s film ‘Sikander’ in the year 2009. Parzaan also produced a short film titled Pocket Mummy, starring Madhoo.

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Sharing a click of himself and Delna, Parzaan wrote, “Thank you so much for showering all your love! We had a beautiful engagement ceremony and I can’t thank everyone enough for coming and blessing us. Time to get ready for the big day! #DelCountsDaStars. PS: Doesn’t @delnasshroff look beautiful in her red traditional Parsi Gara saree!? @namitavs (Thanks for capturing this beauty).”

Parzaan Dastur posted another picture of himself and Delna Shroff putting a ring on each other’s finger in the presence of their parents. Along with a third solo click, Parzaan wrote, “Thank you all so much for the love pouring into my messages and DMs. @delnasshroff and I are truly grateful. I’m so glad all my friends made it to see me in the traditional Parsi Dagli: a pure white attire worn by Parsi men for auspicious religious and celebratory occasions. Designed by @measureme27. On my head is the sacred ‘Pagri,’ a special cap worn by priests of the community, hand-crafted by my dad.”

Wishing these two a lifetime of happiness!

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