After getting engaged in a lavish ceremony in Delhi, Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha recently made their relationship public. At the Kapurthala residence, the engagement took place.
After getting engaged in a lavish ceremony in Delhi, Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha recently made their relationship public. At the Kapurthala residence in the capital, the engagement took place. Important figures from the political sphere were there. Priyanka Chopra, a global celebrity and Parineeti’s sister, travelled in to attend their wedding.
The lovebirds’ photos are evidence, however, that the occasion was lovely and appeared to have sprung right out of a storybook. The actress says farewell to her ‘dil’ and ‘Dilli’ as she boards a flight back to Mumbai following the lovely engagement ceremony.
After a lavish party, Parineeti Chopra needs to return to reality. The actress appears to be making her way back to Mumbai following her engagement to Raghav Chadha in Delhi. She posted a photo from the Delhi airport where we can see the perspective of the lovely city on her Instagram account. But the message she sent with the photo is what drew our attention. Writes Parineeti: “Bye Bye Dilli. Leaving my dil behind.”
Yesterday, Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha’s wedding planner praised the pair on Instagram and sent a lovely comment for them. She penned, “It’s official, these two amazingly warm and wonderful people are engaged. They are Public figures, which comes with its own perceptions and I was no different, I guess till I interacted with them. A politician and an actor. They are hardworking, inclusive and extremely responsive, generous and loving people. It was so easy to be around them, have so many chats, exchange of ideas. They truly feed of each other. It’s the small things that stand out. He is so indulgent and gentle with her. She is moony eyed around him ..: You can see the connection. It is LOVE. thank you @parineetichopra @raghavchadha88 for making me and my family @theweddingdesigncompany a part of your circle of trust.”