Celebrity couple to postpone wedding day


Plans on hold: Kamal and Uqasha had made swift preparations for their wedding day, which was scheduled to be held in the middle of this year.

Compiled by C. ARUNO, RAHIMY RAHIM and R. ARAVINTHAN

ALTHOUGH wedding preparations for actor Kamal Adli and actress Uqasha Senrose are almost completed, the celebrity couple decided to postpone their special day due to the current Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, Berita Harian reported.

The couple, who became engaged on April 4, had made swift preparations for their wedding day, which was scheduled to be held in the middle of this year.

However, Kamal confirmed that they were forced to change their wedding date following the implementation of a full lockdown from tomorrow until June 14.

It is believed that they have already made reservations for their wedding, including the akad nikah ceremony and reception, at a hotel.

“Looking at the current situation, it looks like we have to postpone it even though all the necessary preparations and payments have been made.

“Rather than put people at risk, it is best if we postpone it, ” he said.

Kamal, 35, had asked Uqasha, 29, to marry him on stage during the Anugerah MeleTOP Era in December last year after their romance began when they were paired in the drama Setelah Terlafaznya Akad.> The daily also reported that the daughter of well-known cosmetics entrepreneur, better known as Datuk Seri Vida, had expressed her intention to enrol in a tahfiz.

Despite her “tough” and tomboy appearance, the 15-year-old budding artiste Cik B, whose real name is Nur Edlynn Zamilleen Muhammad Amin, said she wanted to join a tahfiz and further her studies in computer engineering in the United States.

Vida said she would like to enrol Cik B immediately for a diploma course upon completion of her secondary studies.

“At the moment, she is having virtual classes, ” she said, adding that Cik B’s interest in computer engineering came about because she wanted to become a rap singer.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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