Anand looked suave in a salmon sherwani.
One of the invitees - Shilpa Shinde, who was dressed in Sukriti & Aakriti's new "Country Garden" creation, took to Instagram to share a video of Sonam's Chooda ceremony. While the ceremony saw a plethora of Bollywood celebs, Sonam's cousins be it Arjun Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor, Mohit Marwah etc added fun to the starry night.
Sonam wore an intricately hand embroidered and embellished with chikankai work ivory lehenga by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. The Veere Di Wedding actress' siblings Rhea Kapoor and Harshvaradhan Kapoor, and here cousin Arjun Kapoor were present for the event, as were Masaba Gupta, Samyukta Nair, Kunal Rawal and other others friends of the couple. We are updating you with the latest pictures and videos of the Sangeet and Mehendi ceremonies. Everyone is decked up in the theme of white.
Well, the celebrations have already started since last evening in Anil Kapoor's home in Mumbai.
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Sridevi's daughters Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor were also seen entering the hotel and needless to say that the two looked gorgeous in their traditional avatars. If you begin to wonder many of them are wearing white, let this be understood white conventional wear was the dress code to the day.
While only few hours are left for Sonam Kapoor's marriage, her recent bold statement in a popular magazine is going viral across the social media. The wedding will take place on May 8 in Mumbai. The lovebirds are all set to tie the knot tomorrow at a private ceremony, followed by a grand reception for family and friends. You all can watch these all pictures and we are sure that you all are going to love them.
The families have said it is an "intimate affair" and have requested the media "to respect the family's need for privacy".