After breakup with this beauty, Aadar Jain fell in love with whom, expressed it like this – The Daily Connection

Aadar Jain has recently ended his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Tara Sutaria. Only a few months had passed since their breakup, now on the special occasion of Diwali, he surprised everyone by revealing the name of his new girlfriend. On one hand, people were busy in decorating their houses during Diwali, while on the other hand, Aadar was also busy in decorating his life. Or rather, he was successful in reconnecting his broken heart once again.

Actually, on the day of Diwali, happiness was seen on the faces of the fans when Aadar introduced everyone to his new girlfriend Alekha. After which it seemed as if everyone was surprised. Aadar, who is active on social media, gave this news on his official Instagram handle. Where he expressed his love by posting a lovely, heart-touching picture. As soon as he posted the picture, the fans immediately made that picture viral. Aadar’s fans also showered a lot of love on that picture. It got a lot of likes. More comments are coming

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It is clearly visible in the picture how Aadar and Alekha are seen holding each other’s hands, as if they are promising to maintain a relationship for seven births. Aadar also gave a lovely caption to this lovely picture in which he has written: That ‘”Light of my life,” means the light of my life. Brother, one thing is clear from the caption that Alekha has entered to brighten Aadar’s life on the occasion of Diwali.

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A few months ago the star of respect had broken. After which now he is moving ahead in his life. Let us tell you that Ranbir Kapoor’s sister Riddhima Kapoor has also commented on this post of Aadar. In which his excitement is visible. At the same time, many friends have expressed love by making heart emoji. Let us tell you that recently Aadar was seen with his girlfriend at Kareena Kapoor’s Diwali party.

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