June 8, 2023

It’s been days now since the rumours are rife that Parineeti Chopra is set to tie the knot with AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) leader Raghav Chadha. It all started when they were spotted together for dinner at a restaurant, followed by a lunch date the very next day. They’ve been blushing ever since then, every time they’re spotted.
They’re getting engaged in Delhi on May 13 and were spotted together arriving at Delhi airport ahead of their engagement. Parineeti’s Mumbai home was also lit up last night and clearly, celebrations are on in full swing. Now as per a latest report, Parineeti’s cousin Priyanka Chopra is also set to arrive in Delhi for the occasion. The ceremony will be held at Kapurthala House in Connaught Place and it will be a hardcore Punjabi celebration. The report further suggested that it’s going to be a very short trip for Priyanka as she’s specially flying to India for her sister’s big day. Nick Jonas is also set to accompany her, while daughter Malti Marie may also be expected.

Here are some more deets of the engagement ceremony. Parineeti will be wearing a Manish Malhotra outfit. Parineeti and Raghav want to keep it an intimate affair and only have their close friends and family in attendance. It would be a full Punjabi celebration with pastel outfits, lots of dancing and good. The theme of the engagement is pastel and the guests are also expected to be dressed in similar shades. Raghav is expected to wear a minimalistic achkan by fashion designer Pawan Sachdeva.
Now Parineeti’s fans are surely waiting for the couple to share their first pictures together post the engagement and finally make it official!
On work front, Parineeti has just finished shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Chamkila’ with Diljit Dosanjh.

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