Parineeti Chopra screams Raghav Chadha's name at Baraat, sings beautiful song for him at wedding; watch
The clip began with Raghav Chadha’s Seherabandi ceremony followed by Baraat. Excited Parineeti is seen watching Raghav from the terrace and screaming his name.
While fans weren’t over Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha’s fairytale pictures, the newlywed couple released a beautiful wedding video to swoon over. On Friday, Parineeti offered a glimpse into Baraat, Jaimala and Pheras ceremony from her dreamy wedding in Udaipur. She also dedicated a romantic song ‘O piya chal chalein aa’ to Raghav which was actually sung by her.
The clip began with Raghav Chadha’s Seherabandi ceremony followed by Baraat. Excited Parineeti is seen watching Raghav from the terrace and screaming his name. Raghav looks above and asks what with a hand gesture. Parineeti then hides behind her relatives and can be heard saying, “He is looking up only.” The next scene features an overwhelmed bride who just can’t believe that “it’s happening.” Raghav blows kisses as his beautiful bride walks down the aisle. Watch the beautiful video here:
Sharing the video, Parineeti wrote, “To my husband …The most important song I’ve ever sung .. walking towards you, singing these words … what do I even say ✨ O piya, chal chalein aa.” Soon after the celebrities showered love to the endearing wedding clip. Sonam Bajwa wrote, “Love”, while Hardhy Sandhu commented, “Khoobsurat.” Neha Dhupia reacted, “So cute” while Manish Malhotra left red heart emojis in the comment section.
Parineeti and Raghav tied the knot in an intimate yet lavish wedding ceremony at Udaipur’s Leela Palace on September 24, 2023. The wedding took place in the presence of friends and family. Among popular personalities, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, designer Manish Malhotra and tennis player Sania Mirza attended the wedding. Parineeti’s cousin Priyanka Chopra skipped the ceremony however her mother Madhu Chopra graced it. The newlywed couple is expected to host two separate receptions for politicians and actors in Delhi and Mumbai respectively.