NEW DELHI: Punjabi singer Rohanpreet Singh amazed his wife and Bollywood singer Neha Kakkar with the greatest present by having her title completely tattooed on his forearm. On Valentine’s Day (February 14), Neha took to Instagram to share her happiness about the shock with a series of pictures. In the image, we can see the tattoo ‘Nehu’s man’ positioned on Singh’s forearm and Neha lovingly seeking at Rohanpreet.
With the pictures, she also wrote a heartfelt caption, “My Valentine gave me the Finest Present Ever!!!! Itnaaaa Pyaar Child??? I asked him little one Ache hua hoga? He replied: Not at all, I stored singing Your Songs Nehu Babu @rohanpreetsingh Yes You are #NehusMan and I’m Yours Now and Permanently!!! Adore You The Most Babyyyy!!!” To this, Rohanpreet dotingly replied, “I adore you a lot more my queen. My babu doll!!” Actress-model Urvashi Rautels commented, “This is seriously the sweetest issue I noticed on Online now.”
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Rohanpreet had also posted photos of the tattoo on his Instagram account and wrote that he’s proud to be Neha’s guy. In the caption, he wrote, “Hey My Adore Content Valentine’s Day!! A Really Modest Present for You and I wanna inform you that I Come to feel So Proud When I see Your Identify on my Arm now. Also, you know am Baffled now coz you explained this tattoo is a present for You but I truly feel this is for Me coz having Your Identify Inked on My entire body is the greatest present for me babu and I can Proudly say now that I am #NehusMan. I Adore You My Queen!”
Neha and Rohanpreet to start with met though shooting for the music video of ‘Nehu Da Vyah’ in August and fell head above heels in adore with each and every other just after their meeting. The lovebirds Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh tied the knot in October 2020 with a wedding ceremony ceremony in Delhi and reception in Chandigarh. Professionally, they’ve collaborated on two songs – ‘Khayaal Rakhya Kar’ and ‘Nehu Da Vyaah’.