Chadda and Ali Fazal shared a brief on their Halloween look
Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal were in a state of ecstasy as they shared the highlights from their Halloween look on social media.
The two have been in love for a long time and rumors of a wedding have spread.
For a stunning Halloween look Richa took inspiration from Cleopatra, queen of the Ptolemaic empire of Egypt while Ali chose the perfect ‘vampire’ look.
Sharing photos on social media, actor Fukrey also wrote simple captions, ‘Sports.’
Fans and friends poured their posts with love and various emoticons.
Dia Mirza wrote, “You are followed by two heart emojis.”
The couple expressed intimacy in style.
Richa Chadda (born December 18, 1986) is an Indian actress working in Hindi films, best known for her work on the Fukrey series. After playing a small role in the comedy film Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008), acted as a supporting actor in several films because of her great success was a supporting role in the film noir gangster saga Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), in which her role as a bellicose and the worst-spoken woman of the gang earned her the Filmfare award.  His solo involvement in mainstream cinema has been as a supporting character for Goli Ki Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela (2013).
In 2015, Chadda began starring in the drama Masaan, starring a girl who was caught having sex with him. Chadda has also worked in theater, highlighting the role of a married woman based in Delhi in Trivial Disasters (2014).
He went on to achieve international success with his introduction of Boli Punjaban in the 2017 comedy Fukrey Returns, which proved to be a great success and commercial. Richa later received serious recommendation for biopic Shakeela (2020).
Chadda was part of the Madam Chief Minister of Subhash Kapoor, as well as Manav Kaul and Saurabh Shukla.
First Issues (2008-2011)
Chadda at the Gangs of Wasseypur celebrations – Part 1 and Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2
Chadda started acting in a supporting role as Dolly in the 2008 film directed by Dibakar Banerjee Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye !. because Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN described him as “a revelation” in the film. He appeared in the 2010 comedy film Benny and Babloo as Fedora. In a review of Bollywood Hungama, Taran Adarsh said Chadda “stands out for his self-confidence” and Komal Nahta from Koimoi said he lent them “good support” in the film.
Chadda’s first release in 2013 appeared in an upcoming comedy film directed by Mrighdeep Singh Lamba Fukrey, in which he portrayed the hard-spoken young lady Don Bholi Punjaban. Taran Adarsh wrote that “Richa Chadda is in a precarious position and from her own introduction, the graph of the film is heading North”. He then appeared in one of the categories of anthology film produced by Anurag Kashyap Shorts titled “Epilogue”. Chadha and Shirvastav play a dysfunctional couple who seem completely unhappy. The section, which contains Chadda, received mixed reviews from critics.
Chadda next appeared in a supporting role as Rasila in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali drama directed by Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, starring Romeo and Juliet’s Shakespearean tragedy. Meena Iyer of the Times of India said “You should applaud Richa Chadda … for being [not] talent”. Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com wrote that “Richa Chadda does not play a major role. But owns the scenes she enters with her built-in fire.
Chadda next appeared in a 2014 film directed by Navneet Behal called Tamanchey starring Babu, a criminal. Chadha role has received mixed reviews, compared to her previous works. Saibal Chatterjee reviewing NDTV has criticized: “Chadda. Coming out of a series of well-received screen plays, has no color here at all. There is very little flesh in his role than he imagines”, although Mohar Basu of Koimoi found out. Chadda is “crazy and starring in the film.” Chadda has worked with director Mira Nair on the Mexican-American anthology film Words. With Gods directed by nine different directors. Chadda plays the role of Meghna in a episode titled “God Room”. Showcased without competition at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.