According to sources, celebrities including designer Manish Malhotra, tennis player Sania Mirza, and filmmaker Karan Johar will attend this wedding on Saturday in Udaipur. Raghav Chadha, an AAP member of parliament, and Parineeti Chopra, a Bollywood actress, are being married at the Leela Palace in Udaipur. Prior to the big day on September 24, Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra will arrive at Udaipur Airport on Friday as the wedding preparations begin.
The couple will be there, along with members of their families and friends. 100 private security officers have been assigned to this royal wedding.
In the centre of Lake Pichola stands the Hotel Leela Palace. Therefore, security personnel will be stationed in the middle of the lake aboard four or five boats. Prior to Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha’s wedding, additional special security has been set up at the jetty (platform erected up to the boat).
Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, Bhagwant Mann, and other national politicians will be present for the wedding. On Saturday night, the chief ministers of Delhi and Punjab will arrive in Udaipur. In addition to this, Priyanka Chopra and her husband Nick Jonas, as well as other prominent Bollywood figures, will attend the event.
The arrival of celebrities including designer Manish Malhotra, tennis player Sania Mirza, and filmmaker Karan Johar to Udaipur on Saturday for this wedding has been verified by sources.
Special measures have reportedly been taken, according to hotel sources, to ensure that pictures and footage of the event do not circulate concurrently with those for Raghav Chadha & Parineeti Chopra’s wedding. The mobile cameras of guests entering the hotel will have blue coloured tape applied to them so they cannot record the wedding ceremony on film.
The unique feature of this blue tape is that if it is removed after being put on the mobile camera, an arrow symbol will be left behind. With this, it will be obvious that the tape has been removed so that the camera may be used when security checks the area.
The hotel personnel, as well as those in charge of tents, decorations, and sound systems, will be particularly subject to this restriction.