Prakash Raj announced on Twitter that he has married Pony Verma for the second time.
By Vaishali Pandey/The Newster
Prakash Raj and his wife Pony Verma celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary on August 24. Vedhant, their son, requested that his parents marry in front of him, and the couple agreed. Prakash Raj and Pony Verma remarried on their 11th anniversary. It was different this time since he was with his children. Meghana and Pooja, his children from his first marriage, were also in attendance.
Prakash Raj Has Married Pony Verma For The Second Time
In Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, Prakash Raj is presently filming Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan.
On August 24, he and his wife Pony Verma celebrated their eleventh wedding anniversary. The couple married again, as per their son Vedhant’s request.
Prakash Raj announced on Twitter that he has married Pony Verma for the second time. Vedhant, the couple’s kid, expressed his desire to attend his parents’ wedding. In front of their children, the couple fulfilled his desire of exchanging rings and kisses.
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Prakash Raj captioned the images on Twitter, “We got married again tonight..because our son #vedhant wanted to witness it. Family moments #bliss (sic).”
It can clearly be seen in the photos that the actor got down on the knee and exchanged rings with her wife. After swapping rings, he can also be seen kissing her.
Meghana and Pooja, Prakash Raj’s children from his first marriage with Lalitha Kumari, were also present at the event along with Vedhant.
Prakash Raj Wishes His Wife Pony Verma Marriage Anniversary In His Own Way
On August 24, Prakash Raj shared a flashback photo of him and Pony from their wedding ceremony on Twitter. They’re both staring into one other’s eyes in a shared photo.
“It turned out so right.. for strangers in the night” .. thank you my darling wife .. for being a wonderful friend.. a lover and a great co traveller in our life together.. #happyweddinganniversary @PonyPrakashraj (sic)” he commented with the photo.