Ahead of the D-Day Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa's wedding invite goes viral on the internet

written by Ritika Nath | November 15, 2021 06:04pm

Rajkummar Rao and his lady love Patralekhaa are set for their D-Day in Chandigarh. While the couple's fans are ecstatic, images of their wedding invitation have gone viral on the internet. The date and location of their wedding are revealed on the intimate-themed card.

Rajkummar Rao-Patralekhaa's Engagement Image Source: Instagram

On Saturday, the couple had an intimate white-themed engagement, which was followed by the wedding on Monday. Their wedding invitation, which confirms the date and location of their wedding, has now surfaced online.

The wedding invitation was shared on Twitter by a fanpage. The card is indigo in colour  with chandeliers, lotuses, and a monument and appears to be from the bride's side. The invitation was sent from the bride's side and shared on one of their fan pages.  The text on the same reads, "Rao family and Paul family invite you for the wedding of Patralekhaa (Daughter of Ajit Paul and Papri Paul) with Rajkummar (Son of Kamlesh Yadav and Satyaprakash Yadav) Monday 15th Nov ‘21 Oberoi Sukhvilas Chandigarh."

Image Source: Instagram

Earlier on Sunday, the video of Rajkummar and Patralekhaa's engagement ceremony quickly went viral. The touching video shows the actor getting down on his knees to propose to his fiancee, who then does the same. With Ed Sheeran's Perfect playing in the background, the couple exchanged rings. Their intimate engagement took place at The Oberoi Sukhvilas Spa Resort in New Chandigarh, for those who are unaware.

Following that, the pair danced to a romantic song. Their sneakers, which they wore with their respective outfits - kurta-churidar and gown - drew the attention of fans as well.

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inside image of rajkumar and his girlfried got engagement Image Source: Instagram

Rajkummar and Patralekhaa have been dating for quite some time. They had previously appeared in Hansal Mehta's 2014 film Citylights, as well as the web series Bose: Dead/Alive.

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