After grand engagement ceremony Samantha Ruth Prabhu- Naga Chaityana to have picture-perfect wedding in Goa
The darling couple of Tollywood Samatha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaityana, will be taking their relationship to the next level. Yes! the gorgeous couple is all set to tie the knot. The duo met at the sets of Ye Maaye Chesave in 2010 and immediately fell head over heels for each other. They got engaged in January amid huge celebration and excitement. Now, Naga and Samantha are getting married to each other on October 6, fresh reports suggest.
Further, buzz has it that the marriage ceremony will take place in Goa. “It will be a weekend wedding with just a close bunch of friends and family – say a 100-odd people. There will be a traditional Telugu ceremony on Day 1. The following Sunday, there will be a Christian wedding at a heritage church in Goa where Sam – Chay will exchange vows”, a source was quoted as saying to Times of India.
While the lovely couple can’t stop gushing about one another, Naga’s superstar dad Nagarjuna recently shared a WhatsApp conversation with Samantha in which she was seen lauding Naga Chaitanya in his film Ranrandoi Veduke Chuddham’s trailer.
The celebration will continue with their big honeymoon plans. Reportedly, Samantha and Naga are planning to take a two month break to explore the world after their marriage. They want to make it extra special as it will be their first trip as a married couple, according to a report.
A source close to the couple revealed to the daily, “Both of them love travelling and leave no opportunity to explore new places. After checking several options, they finally zeroed in on a place.”
Naga and Samantha were first seen in the film ‘Ye Maaye Chesave’ and from here the fans started visualising them as a real-life couple. To their contentment, they got engaged on January 29 this year. The pictures of their ring ceremony went viral in no time and it was no less than a dream. Samantha looked gorgeous along with handsome superstar Naga!
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