Kanika Dhillion And Himanshu Sharma Tie The Knot In An Intimate Ceremony

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Writers Kanika Dhillion and Himanshu Sharma tied the knot in an intimate ceremony. Their wedding was a close-knit affair with only family members and close friends attending the ceremony.

Dhillion shared the news via an Instagram post. In the photos, the couple is seen holding hands. She wrote, “Here is to #2021 #newbeginnings #himanshusharma”


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The couple got engaged earlier on December 14. Their engagement ceremony was also an intimate one. Dhillion had shared pictures of the same on her Instagram. Both of them could be seen posing with family members. Read more about it here.

Dhillion and Sharma made their relationship public in June last year. The couple had started dating earlier that year. Dhillon was earlier married to filmmaker Prakash Kovelamudi. They, however split in August 2019. Sharma too was reportedly in a relationship with actress Swara Bhasker. They decided to part ways.

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Who Is Himanshu Sharma?

Himanshu Sharma is the written films like Tanu Weds Manu, Tanu Weds Manu Returns and Raanjhanaa. Besides, he is also the writer for Sara Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar and Danush’s upcoming film Atrangi Re.

Who Is Kanika Dhillion?

Kanika Dhillion is an Amritsar-born novelist and screenwriter. She is known for writing films like Ra.one, Size Zero and Manmarziyaan, Kedarnath and Mental Hai Kya. Kiara Advani’s Netflix film Guilty is also written by her. Haseen Dillruba starring Tapsee Pannu, is her upcoming project.

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Dhillion has also written novels, Bombay Duck is a Fish, Shiva and The Rise of the Shadows and The Dance of Durga.

During one of her interviews with SheThePeople.TV, she talked about writing films, gender notions #MeToo and more. Read more about it here