Karan V Grover who is known TV actor is getting married with his ladylove. The couple marries at a private ceremony in Himachal Pradesh. Karan V Grover, who is currently taking on the role of Angada Mann in Uddariyan, is ready to marry his girlfriend Poppy Jabbal. The two have been dating for over ten years and have decided to take their relationship to the next level.
First of all, know that Karan V Grover made his debut in the 2004 television series ‘Sarthi’. He then appeared in television films such as ‘Meri Awaaz Ko Mil Gayi Roshni’, ‘Woh Rehne Wali Mahal Ki’, ‘Hum Aapke Hain In Lodge’ and ‘Punar Vivah’. In 2007, she also participated in the reality show ‘Nach Baliye 3’ with Kavita Kaushik.
According to ETimes TV, Karan and Poppy are getting married in a little-known affair. A Web source said: “Karan and Poppy are getting married on June 1st. The wedding will take place in Himachal Pradesh in the presence of family and close friends. The wedding activities have already begun. Karan and Poppy’s mutual friend is Raai Laxmi. Shama Sikander and her husband James Milliron, Sonali Segal are attending the wedding and have already left for the wedding. Karan and Poppy is getting married at a secret wedding away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The couple will also host a banquet.
Love story Karan V Grover and Poppy Jabbal, both first met in the parking lot, where they parked their car. Then they were both introduced to a mutual friend. Then begins the phase of the meeting between the two. Then the two gradually became closer and began to walk. After their relationship, they also told their families about this relationship. Let’s tell you, Karan asked Poppy for a wedding last year, but she wasn’t ready for it yet, but now the two will do it.
Their families know their relationship. In fact, Karan and Poppy have a lot in common, they both like to travel. Both also have the same constellation ‘Cancer’, so they have a strong relationship. They are often seen participating in family activities together and meeting ordinary friends in the industry.