Ending all speculations, Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra and AAP youth leader Raghav Chadha got engaged finally on Saturday.
As per the schedule, the lovebirds got engaged at Kapurthala House in Delhi amid the presence of family, close friends, and special guests including Pari’s cousin Priyanka Chopra Jonas, ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, Aaditya Thackeray, and former finance minister P Chidambaram.
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Raghav donned an ivory achkan of pure khadi silk along with ivory pants and a matching kurta, designed by his maternal uncle and fashion designer Pawan Sachdeva. On the other hand, Parineeti is seen in a classy, elegant, and subtle matching outfit for the ceremony.
Earlier, today, several photos and videos of the guests arriving at the engagement venue stormed social media. Parineeti shared a set of pictures on social media while the duo was seen flaunting their engagement rings.
Pari captioned the post: Everything I prayed for .. I said yes!
Raghav and Parineeti posed for the engagement photoshoot that won the hearts of fans and well-wishers while bringing an end to all speculations.
Meanwhile, congratulatory messages have flooded social media and Pari's Instagram post for the newly-engaged couple. Congratulatory messages have poured in from different quarters and fans have gone unstoppable.
Once the sprawling Delhi home of Kapurthala's Maharaja Paramjit Singh and now the official residence of Punjab's Governor and Chief Minister whenever they're in Delhi was all decked up for the event.
While the guests were arriving at the venue, photographers and videographers jostled for the right angles requesting them to pose for pictures. For the paparazzi who were waiting for a rush of Bollywood and political celebrities, the action started only after the evening.
Earlier in the evening, the two families did keep it a low-key affair meant for loved ones and close friends.
Priyanka, who was with her sister at The Lodhi hotel after flying in from Mumbai in the morning, zipped in, flashing a victory sign from her car.
Meanwhile, the venue was declared a 'no-phone zone' and mobile phones of several guests were collected at the entrance.