Pooja Batra secretly marries Nawab Shah

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Talking about their marriage, a source stated to Mumbai Mirror, "They have yet to register the marriage but it will happen soon". Pooja Batra shot to fame when she got crowned Miss India Asia-Pacific in 1993.

Actress Pooja Batra, who is known for her roles in the nineties hits such as "Haseena Maan Jaayegi", "Nayak" and "Virasat", has reportedly married actor Nawab Shah.

There are several videos on the social media accounts of Pooja where she has done a hot photo shoot and Nawab is giving her company.

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The news portal quoted Batra's closest friend Kashmera Shah- a Bollywood actress saying; "I wish her all the happiness in the world".

The 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' actor wrote, "A story you can make a movie on". On the occasion of Eid, Nawab had shared a picture where he can be seen holding the hand of his love life, with a ring on her finger. Nawab shared a photograph of both, and the caption of the photo was written that he obtained his soulmate 46 years later on. The duo had recently opened up about their affair but we were completely clueless about their impromptu wedding.

On the other hand, Pooja was married to a Los Angeles-based orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Sonu Ahluwalia, in 2003, but the marriage didn't last. The film also features Sanjay Dutt, Arjun Kapoor and Kriti Sanon. He is now shooting for Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer Dabangg 3. However, she is way from Bollywood since a quiet long time now.

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