Ananya Panday and Aditya Roy Kapur have been in a relationship for quite some time now. While their social media PDAs, dinner dates and outings speak volumes about their love affair, they are yet to come out in the open about the same.
Recently, a fan page of the actress, shared a video collage of Ananya and Aditya and speculated their marriage this year.They also coined the couple name ‘Adinya‘ for the lovebirds.
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As soon as the post was shared, likes and comments poured in from all sides. And amongst the people who liked it was also Chunky Panday! Yes, you read that right! Apparently, the senior actor liked the idea of his daughter and Aditya being together and getting married.

While one fan wrote, ‘Ananya and aditya would look soo good in traditional on their marriage cant wait’, another one added, ‘She is so lucky to have the sexiest man to be her husband they will look so good’.

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Earlier, in an interview with Zoom, Ananya reacted to Aditya calling her ‘joy of his life’ in one of the interviews. When asked what Aditya is to her, the actress replied by saying that the actor is someone who makes everyone comfortable in their own skin and they can be themselves around him. According to Ananya, she likes that about Aditya.

In an interview with India Today, Ananya Panday disclosed that she abstains from using dating apps and has no inclination to publicize her relationships on social media. Elaborating on this stance, Ananya conveyed that she would experience a sense of possessiveness if her partner engaged with appealing pictures of other girls on social media platforms. Furthermore, she clarified that she doesn’t maintain a finsta, a fake Instagram account, for discreetly following or monitoring people online. Ananya’s candid remarks highlight her preference for privacy and her straightforward approach to relationships in the age of social media scrutiny.

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