The Archies‘ co-stars Khushi Kapoor and Vedang Raina have been making headlines even after the release of the movie for their rumoured relationship. The couple is, however, yet to come out in the open about the same.
The rumoured lovebirds were recently spotted and snapped together in the city as they stepped out for a dinner date. They made a joint appearance at a restaurant in Mumbai.
Check out the photos here:

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Khushi looked elegant in a white, full-sleeved off-shoulder top matched with a brown leather mini skirt and heels.Keeping it simple and classy, she didn’t wear any jewelry and left her slightly curled hair open. Her makeup was light, with nude lipstick and a glowing look on her cheeks.

Vedang had a casual but handsome appearance, wearing a white t-shirt beneath a black shirt, charcoal-colored jeans, and clean white sports shoes. He added a silver chain to complete the look.

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In an interview with Zoom, Raina, who played the character of Reggi in the film, shared that he is currently not in a relationship. He expressed optimism that his relationship status might change when the right time comes.
When asked about the rumors regarding his relationship with Khushi, Raina clarified that they are close friends with a strong bond. They have known each other for a long time and share common interests, including a similar taste in music.

The actor recognised that due to their close friendship with Khushi, people might always see them in a different light. He added that while their friendship might be interpreted in various ways, there is nothing more to it.

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