After cheating confession, India and Pakistani influencers Anjali Chakra, Sufi Malik call off wedding – The Economic Times

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Indian and Pakistani social media influencers, Anjali Chakra and Sufi Malik, have announced the end of their relationship and the cancellation of their impending marriage. Both took to Instagram to share the news, citing Sufi’s infidelity as the reason behind their decision to part ways. The couple came into the spotlight in 2019 for their portrayal of a same-sex relationship, characterized by their embrace of traditional South Asian culture, including wearing ethnic attire.
Anjali expressed her sentiments in a heartfelt Instagram post, acknowledging the shock their decision might evoke among their followers. She emphasized the importance of maintaining a positive outlook and refraining from directing any negativity towards Sufi, despite the circumstances. Anjali reminisced about the love and support they received throughout their five-plus years together, characterizing their journey as one filled with love and magic.

In her post on Instagram Anjali said: “Sufi & I have been blessed to spend the last 5+ years together in a loving and beautiful partnership that we have been so honored to share with all of you. Since the beginning, your outpouring of love and support has played such a special part in our journey and we will continue to carry that love with us moving forward. This may come as a shock, but our journey is now shifting. We have decided to call off our wedding and end our relationship due to infidelity committed by Sufi.”

“As we close this chapter, I wish for absolutely no negativity to be shown towards Sufi, and that you respect this difficult decision. What we have shared has been so full of love and nothing short of magical – I will choose to remember it this way,” Anjali added.

Similarly, Sufi shared her perspective on the split, admitting to betraying Anjali’s trust through infidelity mere weeks before their scheduled wedding. She took full responsibility for her actions and expressed deep remorse for the pain she caused Anjali and their loved ones. Sufi appealed for forgiveness from both Anjali and a higher power, acknowledging the gravity of her mistake and its impact on their relationship and community.

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Besides content creation, Anjali owns a wedding planning business endeavors in New York and says in her website that he grew up in San Francisco Bay Area and and later moved into event planning following her education at USC. She recounted their unexpected journey to online fame as an LGBTQ interfaith couple, which catapulted them into the public eye.

Anjali Chakra and Sufi Malik had announced their engagement in September 2022 on Instagram. The Pakistani artist proposed to her Anjali at the Empire State Building.

The fate of their popular YouTube channel, “Sufi and Anjali,” remains uncertain as both influencers request privacy and respect from their audience during this challenging time.

Sufi reiterated her regret over her actions and the pain she inflicted on Anjali, emphasizing her commitment to owning up to her mistake and seeking forgiveness. She acknowledged the support they received from their followers over the years and appealed for privacy and respect as they navigate this difficult chapter in their lives.

In a separate post Sufi said: “There has been a major turn of events in my relationship with Anjali. I made an unrecognizable mistake of betrayal by cheating on her a few weeks before our wedding. I’ve hurt her tremendously, beyond my own understanding. I’m owning up to my mistake and will continue to do so.”

She added: “I understand the gravity of the situation and can only ask relentlessly for forgiveness, from Anjali and Allah. I’ve hurt the people I love and care about the most through my actions, including our family and friends; our community that I cherish. Thank you so much to everyone who supported us all these years, we owe everything to you all. We ask you all for privacy and respect at this time.”

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