The Details Behind The Secretive Fardeen Khan Wedding

Fardeen Khan is one of the renowned Bollywood hunks who made an instant impact in the late 90’s with his lead role in the movie “Prem Aggan”. While the movie itself didn’t go on to hit the heights director Feroz Khan would have liked, Fardeen Khan on the other hand received instant fame and recognition in the form of a Filmfare award for Best male Debut, kick-starting his journey to stardom. With his fabulous acting skills and mind boggling looks, the film Industry has always appreciated this Khan for his good work, and he remains among the few actors who are well qualified as well as stunningly handsome.


Born on 8th March 1974, to veteran actor Mr Feroz Khan, who himself had ruled the industry for years (same killer look and mesmerising acting skills), Fardeen had to live up to his father’s expectations and he certainly did.

A graduate in business management from the coveted University of Massachusetts, he is among a small group among his counterparts who possessed the faculty to take up acting over education. But still, it wasn’t too long before he was driven to acting. Like a consummate professional, he first pursued his dream of being an actor by training in the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute and then moved on to his true calling, acting in movies.

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Fardeen Khan Wedding: The Beginnings


After 7 years of doing extremely well in the movie industry, Fardeen Khan decided to take the next big step in life, that of his marriage. Now, as one of the most eligible bachelors in the entire industry, speculation was rife with regards to who the lucky girl may be. He was linked to many celebrities during the course leading up to his wedding, most notably to Celina Jaitley, his leading lady in many movies, and his fans certainly approved of her, thinking that she would be perfect for him. But, to everyone’s surprise he didn’t get hitched to any of his lady counterparts from the industry.

The Proposal

It came as shocking news to his legion of adoring fans, when Fardeen announced his marriage with Natasha Madhvani, daughter of former actress Mumtaz, who had herself been one of the most famous actresses of the golden yesteryears of Bollywood. Mumtaz had always been rumoured to have had an affair with Feroz Khan as she had romanced him on-screen in most of his movies, but like most other rumours, this turned out to be a hoax and they confirmed they were best of friends off-screen.


Natasha was born and brought up in England, where she spent most of her life. She had visited India only a few times, and no one knows the specifics of when these love birds fell in love, or how they met… they sure hid their story well!

Fardeen’s marriage was an initiative that his father took up as he wanted his son to now be settled in life, and what better way than marriage, and who could be better for that than his best pal’s daughter.

Fardeen and Natasha decided to tie the knot on December 14th 2005 in Mumbai, India in the presence of their close family and friends.

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The Sangeet

The Sangeet Ceremony was held at Grand Hyatt Santa Cruz on the 13th of December, followed by the wedding and reception ceremony in the J W Mariott, Juhu on the 14th & 15th of December respectively.

Being an inter-religion marriage there was no nikaah, no Muslim or Hindu rites whatsoever. It was a registered marriage, with the father of the bride walking her up to the aisle. No priest, but the marriage registrar who did all the deeds of the holy matrimony.

The theme for the sangeet was pink and cream for the guests. Fardeen looked his handsome self waering an ink and electric blue silk sherwani, with delicate sesham cotton thread work; while his princess Natasha looked beautiful in a pink and silver spaghetti-strapped ghagra choli designed by ace couturier Tarun Tahiliani, and also wore pink flowers in her hair, looking quite the picture of perfection.

The Wedding

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For the wedding, Fardeen wore a fawn hand-woven, silk fabric with drill work, high-collared kurta with an Aligarh pyjama; while Natasha’s dress added a more personal touch by wearing a golden and red lehenga designed by Fardeen’s mother Sundari Khan herself.

All the ceremonies were attended by renowned stars from the film fraternity – truly a star studded affair.

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Happy Ending

The newly-weds were showered with love and blessings from all the family and friends and it sure was one of the grandest weddings Bollywood has witnessed.

We wish Fardeen and Natasha many more years of love and togetherness. Long may they live a very happy life together!