Sonam Kapoor-Anand Ahuja wedding: All details about venue, sangeet and mehendi

The rumours are getting stronger now, Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor and her alleged boyfriend Anand Ahuja will have a grand filmi wedding in Mumbai, according to buzz which is going on. The duo are preparing for their dreamy wedding and it will beheld in three stages mehendi, sangeet and wedding. The wedding will be on 7th and 8th May in Mumbai.

Although there is no official confirmation yet, but the sangeet preparation has been started by the family members, Mumbai Mirror report had earlier quoted a source as saying, “Rehearsals have kicked off at Anil Kapoor’s Juhu bungalow. The doting dad and mom Sunita will be putting together a special act for the bride-to be at the sangeet. Sonam’s cousins and extended family have joined in as well for the pre-wedding ceremony.”

The source had further added, “They will perform on her hit songs like the Veere… title track, “Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai” from the Fawad Khan co-starrer Khoobsurat, the Prem Ratan Dhan Payo title track, and “Dheere Dheere” from her music video with Hrithik Roshan, among others, besides other popular wedding songs.” Sonam is also expected to join in for a special act.

Buzz is also that mehendi ceremony will take place at her residence in Bandra-Kurla complex which is a 7,00,0 sq-ft apartment, the ceremony will be held in the ball-room like area in the building, according to a report by Peepingmoon.

And big day will take place at Sonam’s aunt Kavita Singh’s mansion, Mid-Day report reads, ‘Sonam has been sending her near and dear ones ‘save the date’ messages. The invites are expected to be on their way soon. With the Kapoors still tight-lipped about the impending nuptials, as the date nears, there will be speculations galore’.

So we wish all the luck to the couple for the big-day.

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