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Celeb couples who celebrated Karwa Chauth this year

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From Cricket to Television actors, here’s a look at some well-known couples who celebrated Karwa Chauth while you were busy arranging the thalis and fasting.

1. Rohit Sharma and Ritika Sajdeh: Ritika Sajdeh, wife of Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma observed her second Karwa Chauth this year. The couple got married in December 2015.

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2. Suresh Raina and Priyanka Chaudhary: Priyanka Chaudhary, wife of Cricketer Suresh Raina can be seen in the picture celebrating the festival. The couple, who got hitched in April 2015, celebrated their third Karwa Chauth.
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3. Geeta Basra and Harbhajan Singh: Geeta Basra and Harbhajan Singh celebrated their second Karwa Chauth this year. Harbhajan Singh tweeted the picture of Geeta looking at him through the sieve, a ritual that is an integral part of the festival.
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4. Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya: Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya shared a picture of them waiting at their balcony for the moon. The couple who got married in July 2016, observed their second Karwa Chauth.
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5. Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant: The television star couple Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant posted this lovely picture and celebrated Karwa Chauth amidst much festive charm.
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6. Kavita Kaushik and Ronnit Biswas: The FIR actress Kavita Kaushik, celebrated her first Karwa Chauth with husband Ronnit Biswas calling the festival romantic.
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7. Drashti Dhami and Neeraj Khemka: The Madhubala actress Drashti Dhami shared a picture of herself with friends on the occasion dressed simply. She is married to businessman Neeraj Khemka.
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8. Karan Patel and Ankita Bhargava :Yeh Hai Mohabbatien actor Karan Patel’s wife Ankita Bhargava shared her Karwa Chauth moments on Instagram, while giving a glimpse of their tech-savvy way of observing the festival.
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9. Sandeep Sejwal and Pooja Banerjee: The Chandra Nadini fame actress Pooja Banerjee who wed Sandeep Sejwal in February, made a comprehensive video giving hair and make-up tips to all married women out there.
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