Comedian Bharti Singh and husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa after their bail release in drugs case are busy attending celebrity weddings and parties. After Aditya Narayan's wedding reception, Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa are busy attending Khatron Ke Khiladi winner and choreographer Punit J Pathak's wedding ceremonies. Punit is all set to tie the knot with his fiancee Nidhi Moony Singh today (December 11). And pictures from the pre-wedding celebrations have surfaced online on several fan clubs of the choreographer.
Right before the wedding, pictures of the couple dressed in traditional attires are making the rounds. Punit is seen in a white kurta and Nidhi is all glowing in red. They have also been captured sharing a moment to themselves amidst the festivities.For the mehendi ceremony, Nidhi wore a pretty green outfit with a floral blouse and pretty jewellery. The Haldi function saw her beaming in yellow in her mother's saree. Punit and Nidhi got engaged on August 26. Punit Pathak shared pictures from the engagement ceremony on social media to share the good news with his fans. As soon as Punit shared the news, his account was flooded with congratulatory messages. Punit Pathak and Nidhi Moony Singh met on the sets of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Later, they worked together in Dil Hai Hindustani. The couple was in a relationship for more than two years before deciding to get engaged.
Speaking about Bharti and Harsh, the two were granted bail by a metropolitan magistrate’s court on Monday. The couple was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) following the alleged seizure of ganja from their house. Through their lawyers Ayaz Khan and Zehra Charania, the two said that the quantity alleged to have been found with Singh and Limbachiyaa amounted to a very small quantity for personal consumption. It was argued that the recovery was lesser than the “small quantity” as prescribed under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act making it a bailable offence. The court accepting the contention granted them bail on a personal bond of Rs 15,000 each