Parineeti Chopra Raghav Chadha wedding: Actress to Embrace as Traditional Punjabi Bride
Excitement is in the air as Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra and her fiancé, Raghav Chadha, are all set to tie the knot on September 24, 2023. The couple, accompanied by their families, has arrived in the picturesque city of Udaipur for the much-awaited celebration. To ensure their guests have a truly regal experience, they have reserved The Taj Palace and Leela Palace for their special day.
This star-studded affair promises to be nothing short of spectacular, with the guest list including top politicians and celebrities from the entertainment industry. One highlight we're eagerly anticipating is the grand arrival of the Baraat, which is rumored to take place on a boat, adding an extra touch of glamour to the festivities.
As the guests settle in for a memorable celebration, a delightful welcome lunch is being prepared to kickstart the festivities. Among the anticipated attendees is none other than Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti's sister, along with her adorable baby girl, Malti Marie. Priyanka is said to be thrilled about the upcoming sangeet and wedding day, but unfortunately, her husband Nick Jonas might miss the celebrations due to his ongoing Jonas Brothers tour.
Parineeti Chopra is all set to embrace her Punjabi heritage as she gets ready to become Mrs. Raghav Chadha. The actress, known for her fashionable choices, has chosen renowned designer Manish Malhotra to create her wedding attire. Rumor has it that she will be adorned in a pastel ensemble, perfectly complementing her 'Pearl White Indian wedding' theme.
Adding to the charm, Parineeti is leaving no stone unturned to be a quintessential Punjabi bride. She's planning to adorn herself with traditional Punjabi mehendi, Chooda, and Kaleeres.
The Chooda ceremony is scheduled for the 23rd and will be an intimate affair with close family and friends in attendance. Sources reveal that the design of the Choodas and Kaleeras will hold significance related to Parineeti and Raghav's love story, which blossomed during their time in London. The actress intends to keep these symbolic accessories on for an extended period, as married women traditionally do for 41 days, six months, or even a year.
The wedding festivities commenced with a heartwarming Ardas ceremony in Delhi, followed by a soulful Sufi night. Parineeti's aunt and Priyanka Chopra's mother, Madhu Chopra, graced the event with her presence alongside her son, Siddharth. Close friends and family also joined in the musical celebration, setting the tone for the joyous days to come.
Raghav Chadha, sharing his perspective on their love story, described it as organic and magical. He initially visited Parineeti on the sets of Imtiaz Ali's film 'Chamkila' as a friend, but their frequent meetings soon blossomed into a deep and enduring love.
- PTC PUNJABI