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Gurgaon celebrates wedding of small screen star Shaleen Malhotra
Gurgaon has a new reason to celebrate. The MTV Video Jockey (VJ) and the Star Plus's show Arjun's lead, Shaleen Malhotra, tied the knot with his childhood friend Diksha Rampal, who is an accessory designer from Delhi.

Born and brought up in Delhi, Shaleen Malhotra is a versatile television actor and Indian VJ. He was also a contestant of MTV Roadies (2006) while he was just 18 years old. He has also hosted audition episodes of shows like Stunt Mania, MTV Rockathon and MTV Roadies. He was last seen in Arjun as A.C.P. Arjun Sehrawat Rawte.

''Our honeymoon will be a little later. I want Diksha to know how I work. We shoot for almost 12 hours a day. Diksha's got to adjust to my absence,'' Shaleen told

Shaleen and Diksha know each other since last 12-13 years, but have been dating for the last one and a half years. Shaleen speaks that trust is the basic ingredient in any relationship and long distance relationships usually have trust issues. But he acknowledges that he is lucky to have Diksha as she understands Shaleen's profession and the responsibilities that come with being an actor.

The duo got married on 4th June in Gurgaon with the full Punjabi Tadka. Shaleen's says, ''I think I will also dance, even if I'm not prepared. It is a Punjabi wedding.'' The honeymoon, however, has not been planned as Shaleen wants Diksha to come to Mumbai with him. He wants her to experience the different culture. Shaleen adds, ''We will go for small trips, but a major trip will happen next year, either to the US or to Africa; I really want to go to Africa.''

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