Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha’s wedding ceremony will be an intimate affair, and reportedly, the guests will have to follow a no-phone policy.
Actress Parineeti Chopra and political leader Raghav Chadha will tie the knot on Sunday, September 24, and the wedding ceremony will be an intimate affair, attended by close family members and friends. The duo will exchange wedding wows in Taj Palace, Udaipur, and the attendees at the ceremony will have to follow a no-phone policy.
No-phone policy at Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha’s wedding
As India Today reported, at the wedding venue, there will be no phone restrictions. The portal quoted a source close to the actress and stated that very few people, including family and close friends, have been invited to the ceremony. The source confirmed that the wedding ceremony will be very private and confidential.
Sufi Night at Raghav Chadha’s New Delhi residence
On Wednesday, a Sufi Night was held at Raghav’s residence. The pre-wedding festivity was attended by Parineeti’s cousin, Priyanka Chopra’s mother, Madhu Chopra, and brother Siddharth Chopra. Other guests who attended the celebration include Harbhajan Singh, Raghav’s designer uncle, Pawan Sachdeva, and FDCI chairman Sunil Sethi.
As per media reports, at Sufi Night, several Bollywood songs were played at the event by a live band. Some of the songs played at the function were Tumhe Dilagi Bhool Jaani Padegi and Jat Yamla Pagla Deewana. In a video shared on Delhi Times Instagram, Parineeti was captured grooving to Bhangra at the Sufi Night.
Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha seek blessing at Gurudwara
On Tuesday, Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha was seen seeking blessings at Delhi Gurudwara. The couple attended Kirtan and Ardaas. One of the fan pages shared the photo and wrote, “Finally a picture! a glimpse of their pre-wedding ceremony. Our Pari looks so pretty.”