Actor Parineeti Chopra and politico Raghav Chadha are scheduled to get married on September 24 in Rajasthan’s Udaipur. Here are the latest developments ahead of their much-awaited day.
Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha wedding: Priyanka Chopra’s mom Madhu Chopra arrives in Udaipur.
Drums rolling! Actor Parineeti Chopra and politico Raghav Chadha have arrived in Udaipur ahead of their much-awaited wedding. The celebrity couple will tie the knot on September 24 at The Leela Palace in the city.
Ahead of their much-awaited wedding day, high-profile guests have started arriving in the city. In the latest update, Hollywood star Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ mother Dr Madhu Chopra has been spotted at the Udaipur airport. At the airport, she was papped wearing a comfortable multi-coloured coat with pants.
Not only this but producer Siddharth Roy Kapur was also clicked by shutterbugs at the airport. Parineeti’s brothers Sahaj and Shivang were also papped earlier in the day.
All the guests were welcomed at the airport in a celebratory manner. While a few people welcomed the guests by performing bhangra, a few of them also opted to beat the drums.
Clearly, the wedding preparations are going on in full swing.
What do we know so far?
Actress Parineeti Chopra and politician Raghav Chadha hosted a Sufi night for their close friends and family members in Delhi on Wednesday. Notably, Parineeti Chopra's cousin Priyanka Chopra was unable to attend, but her mother Madhu Chopra, and brother Siddharth graced the special occasion held at Raghav's residence in Delhi. Fashion designer Pawan Sachdeva, who shares a familial connection with Raghav, was also among the attendees at the Sufi night. The pre-wedding function also saw the presence of former cricketer Harbhajan Singh.
Prior to the musical soirée, Parineeti and Raghav sought blessings at a Gurudwara in New Delhi, participating in Ardas and Kirtan. The couple's engagement, which took place on May 13 in Delhi, was a star-studded affair, featuring the presence of several prominent politicians, including Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.