Dubai girl Drisha Acharya is actor Sunny Deol's daughter-in-law: All you need to know about her

She recently got married to Karan Deol at the Taj Lands End Hotel in Mumbai

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Published: Tue 20 Jun 2023, 1:17 PM

Last updated: Thu 22 Jun 2023, 7:20 AM

Karan Deol and Drisha Acharya recently tied the knot at Taj Lands End Hotel, Mumbai, while Bollywood's who's who graced the ceremony.

The actor, who happens to be the son of Sunny Deol and the grandson of veteran actor Dharmendra, took to his Instagram to share pictures of himself and the bride as they took their wedding vows. Karan wrote, "You are my today and all of my tomorrows ❤️ The beginning of a beautiful journey in our lives. We are overwhelmingly thankful for the abundant blessings and well wishes that surround us!"

All you need to know about Drisha Acharya

Drisha Acharya, who's the great granddaughter of the renowned filmmaker Bimal Roy, is the Head of Accounts at BCD Travel, a company run by her father Sumit Acharya, the MD of the company. According to a source close to the couple, their relationship can be described as a childhood romance.

Drisha's lineage connects her to Bimal Roy through her grandmother, Rinki Bhattacharya, who was married to filmmaker Basu Bhattacharya. Furthermore, Drisha's mother, Chimoo B Acharya was formerly the head of advertising and marketing at Landmark Group and moved to Dubai in 1998, where she founded an event management company, L'attitude, and a design studio, Designs by Chimoo Acharya, both of which are highly successful in the UAE.

Drisha completed her schooling from Jumeirah College in Dubai and went to study at York University in Canada.

On the other hand, Karan stepped into the Bollywood industry in 2019 with his debut film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. The movie was both written and directed by his father, Sunny Deol, and was produced by Sunny Sounds Pvt Ltd and Zee Studios. Karan's upcoming project is Apne 2, in which he will share the screen with his family members, including his grandfather Dharmendra and uncle Bobby Deol.


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