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Asin set to marry Micromax founder Rahul Sharma

New Delhi,August 10:Bollywood's buzzing with a string of weddings back-to-back. 
Just a month after Shahid Kapoor tied the knot with Delhi girl Mira Rajut, Asin, who will soon be seen in Abhishek Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor's All Is Well, plans to get married to Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma. 

Rahul, who is almost ten years elder to Asin, founded the telecommunication company Micromax, one of the top mobile companies in the country. Born to a school principal, Rahul completed his engineering from Nagpur. Asin's Khiladi 
786 co-star Akshay Kumar and his wife Twinkle are said to have played cupid in this love story. Akshay, who is also a close friend of Rahul, was the first brand ambassador of Micromax. 

The couple has been going around for a few years and was only waiting for Asin 
to complete her prior commitments. With All Is Well set to hit theatres soon, the two say they are now ready to go ahead with their marriage plans.

"I am currently wrapping up all my professional commitments so that I can give more time to my personal life. I had anyways stopped signing new projects two 
years back itself," the report quoted her as saying.

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