While fans are eagerly waiting for the latest updates of the dreamy wedding of Bollywood actors Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani , reports are out that the duo has tied the nuptial knot and have been pronounced as husband and wife.
There were reports that the baraati were prepping up for the grand procession of Sidharth. However, the latest reports suggest that the marriage has already been solemnized.
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Jaisalmer's Suryagarh palace hotel is surrounded by paparazzi and they have been sharing the glimpses of the earlier preparations. As the wedding management imposed a ‘No Mobile’ policy, the paparazzi failed to capture the latest visuals of the wedding.
However, some people who carried the 'chattars' claimed that the wedding is over. Even the white horse also returned from the palace. Moreover, some people also claimed that Sidharth was looking quite good in his groom avatar.
As per earlier reports, Kiara Advani and Siddharth Malhotra were all set to do the pheras on Tuesday evening. Sidharth arrived wearing a black sherwani, colour coordinated with the gown that Kiara wore at the special welcome party that was organised for the guests.
The theme of the sangeet ceremony, however, was all white, from the decor to the outfits worn by the guests. And alcohol was served to guests using a jetspray.
For the wedding to be remembered as much for its decor as for anything else, more than 30 types of flowers have been flown in from overseas. Kiara and Sid's garland, though, will be made of red roses.
At the sangeets, Kiara and Sid kept tempo up. Both of them danced to their first romantic "Raatan Lambiyan Lambiyan Re, Kate Tere Sangeyaan Sangeyaan Re". Kiara-Sid's own romance also took off with this "Shershaah" song sung in the film by Asees Kaur, Jubin Nautiyal and Tanishk Bagchi.
As they presented a loving performance, the guests just loved it. Seeing Kiara and Sid lost in each other's love, the guests danced along with them. And they danced for about an hour to Bollywood and Punjabi songs.
(With IANS inputs)