In Tirunelveli, actors Keerthi Pandian and Ashok Selvan exchanged vows in a private ceremony. On Wednesday, they shared images from the event on social media. The couple can be seen joyfully grinning in the first picture.
They both dressed in identical white clothing for their special day. The identical photo was shared on Instagram by Keerthi and Ashok, along with the statement, “Like water in a copper vessel, the heart of love is blended.” The hashtags #AshoKee and #Grateful were also added.
Check Out Keerthi Pandian And Ashok Selvan’s Wedding Pictures
They recently got engaged, and their wedding was a small gathering with only immediate family members present. In Tirunelveli’s Itteri neighborhood, close to Balayangottai, a wedding was held. Ashok and Keerthi look stunning in the official wedding photos wearing their white and golden attire. Ashok looked dapper in his traditional costume, while Keerthy wore a saree embellished with a gajra.
At a later time, the wedding celebration would be held in Chennai. Fans and many members of the film industry are wishing the newlyweds well and expressing their congrats. On social media, their wedding photos are quickly gaining popularity.
Keerthi Pandian And Ashok Selvan’s Career Update
With “Soothu Kavvum,” Ashok launched his career as a Tamil film actor. After that, he made appearances in a number of popular films, such as “Pizzaa 2,” “Thegidi,” “Savale Samali,” “Manmatha Leelai,” “Hostel,” and “Some People.”
Alongside Ritu Varma and Nithya Menen, he made his Telugu film debut in 2021’s “Ninnila Ninnila,” which was directed by Ani. I. V. Sasi. With a bad role in “Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham” in 2021, he also made his Malayalam film debut.
Keerthi Pandian, on the other hand, has acted in films like “Thumba” and “Anbirkiniyal.”Fans enjoyed his most recent film, “Bor Uyyy,” which included performers like Ritika Singh and Sarathkumar. It was not only well-received by critics but also did well at the box office. Keerthi Pandian, on the other hand, has acted in films like “Thumba” and “Anbirkiniyal.”