This Article Is About Priyanka Chopra miss Parineeti’s wedding. Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra united in matrimony on the auspicious day of September 24. Regrettably, the esteemed actress’s kin, Priyanka Chopra, was unable to grace this momentous occasion with her presence.
In the world of weddings, Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra are now a married couple. Raghav, who is a Member of Parliament from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), tied the knot with the famous Bollywood actress Parineeti in a lavish ceremony in the beautiful city of Udaipur on September 24. It was a big gathering with their close family and friends. People were excited about whether Parineeti’s cousin, the well-known Priyanka Chopra, would attend, but she couldn’t make it. Now, Priyanka’s mom, Madhu Chopra, has explained why Priyanka couldn’t come to the wedding.
Why Priyanka Chopra Miss Parineeti’s Wedding
In the beautiful city of Udaipur, Rajasthan, Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra had a wedding. They were joined by famous people from the movie and political worlds.
Madhu Chopra, Priyanka Chopra’s mom, was there too. But Priyanka couldn’t make it. When reporters saw Madhu at the airport, they asked why Priyanka wasn’t there. Madhu said, “She was busy with work.” They also asked if she enjoyed the wedding, and she said, “It was very good.” When they wanted to know how Parineeti looked in her wedding dress, Madhu said, “She’s always pretty, but she looked even more beautiful today.”
According to sources, Priyanka Chopra tried to change her schedule to attend the wedding, but some last-minute work commitments got in the way.
PARINEETI-RAGHAV GET MARRIED:
Parineeti and Raghav Chadha entered the sacred bonds of matrimony on the picturesque shores of Udaipur, ensconced within the intimate embrace of close-knit kith and kin. This auspicious union bore witness to the august presence of luminaries such as the Honorable Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, the venerable Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, and the esteemed Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann. As the sun cast its benevolent gaze upon this matrimonial voyage, the groom, resplendent in his attire, made a grand entrance via a stately vessel, ushering in an ambiance of timeless romance.
The nuptial rites, steeped in tradition and solemnity, unfurled their sacred tapestry at the stroke of four in the afternoon on the 24th day of September. The boisterous baraat procession, a cavalcade of exuberance, set forth at the meridian hour of 2 pm, while the rites, rich in symbolism, gracefully unfurled at the appointed hour. The poignant vidai, marking the transition of the bride into her new chapter of life, resonated with poignant farewells and commenced at the twilight hour, serenading the eventide of September 24
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