Parineeti Chopra and AAP MP Raghav Chadha, who had been evading media attention for some time, officially announced their engagement on May 13, 2023. The couple exchanged vows in a private ceremony held at the Kapurthala House in New Delhi, surrounded by their loved ones. Parineeti has been posting incredibly charming photos from her engagement with Raghav Chadha as they exude a dreamy vibe! Parineeti’s brother Shivang has also been sharing exclusive pictures from the event.
On Monday, Shivang took to his Instagram account and shared a series of pictures from the engagement ceremony. The photographs capture a mix of emotions and joyful moments from the engagement ceremony. In the first picture, Parineeti and Shivang can be seen wiping tears of happiness from their emotional father. The second image portrayed Shivang and Parineeti’s mother, Reena Chopra, dancing together alongside other family members. Additionally, Shivang shared two additional pictures featuring other family members who were present at the function, adding to the collection of memorable moments. Sharing the picture, he captioned, “The parents. The family.” Reacting to the post, Parineeti commented, “Only problem in these photos is you.”
As per reports, Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha have been long-time friends as they studied together at the London School of Economics. They also follow each other on Instagram. They were first spotted together grabbing dinner. Following this, Raghav came to pick her up at the Delhi airport, adding fuel to their wedding rumors.
Coming to the professional front, Parineeti was last seen in the Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher, and Boman Irani starrer Uunchai, which was helmed by Sooraj Barjatya.
She has a bunch of projects in the pipeline, including Imtiaz Ali’s next directorial Chamkila. Besides this, she also has Capsule Gill, opposite Akshay Kumar. The Tinu Suresh Desai directorial is said to be a real-life story of additional chief mining engineer Jaswant Singh Gill, who helped in the rescue of people when a coalmine in Raniganj, West Bengal, was flooded in 1989.