Auto Accidents Left Them Wheelchair-Bound. They’re Now Married 


Nehal Thakkar and Anup Chandran’s romantic tale may teary-eyed you. In an unexpected way the abled couple, whose romantic tale – ten years really taking shape – was uncovered to the world through a ‘People of Bombay’ post on Facebook eleven months prior, had the wedding they had always wanted in December a year ago.

They say the way to genuine romance is never simple, and for this wheelchair-bound couple, it was definitely not simple.

In a Humans of Bombay post, Nehal uncovered how both the Mumbaikars were left genuinely harmed in a car accident that occurred in precisely the same only three years separated.

“We both supported wounds to the spinal rope in auto collisions that occurred on a similar road in New Bombay, and we were both in precisely the same our mischances occurred 3 years separated!” Nehal said.

The two, in the end, met at an occasion held by the Mumbai-based spinal rope damage NGO, Nina Foundation.

“We clicked because of such a large number of normal factors in our lives,” said Nehal.

The two originated from various foundations – Anup is a south Indian from Kerala and Nehal a Gujarati – and as indicated by WedMeGood, it took them seven years to persuade their families to give them a chance to wed. Their families were likewise stressed over how the two would deal with a family freely. At last, in any case, the couple got their fable closure on December 12, 2017, when they got hitched at Grand Hyatt inn in Mumbai.

Photos of their delightful wedding were generally shared via web-based networking media. While the lady shined in a Sabyasachi lehenga, the prep looked smart in a sherwani.

In spite of the fact that things were at first somewhat troublesome for the couple as they both required help on occasion, they are currently overseeing living autonomously as a couple.

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