Raghav and Parineeti return to capital post wedding ceremony

The duo who have been dating each other for some time now got married in a traditional wedding ceremony in Udaipur on Sunday. Photo: IANS

New Delhi: Newly-wed couple AAP Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha and Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra, who tied the knot on Sunday, have returned to the capital for the bride's 'griha pravesh' at Raghav's Pandara Road MP's bungalow.

The duo who have been dating each other for some time now got married in a traditional wedding ceremony in Udaipur. The event was attended by several political party leaders.

Parineeti was sported at the airport wearing a parrot-green suit and pink 'choora'. She also wore a sindoor and a mangalsutra, looking beautiful as a new bride.

The video and pictures shows Raghav clasping Parineeti affectionately and obliging the paparazzi who had shown up at the airport.

Raghav looked dapper in a mehndi green-coloured kurta, paired with a white pyjama and a floral sleeveless Nehru jacket.

After getting married on September 24 at a luxury hotel in Udaipur, Parineeti and Raghav shared photos of their private ceremony on Instagram on Monday.

For the wedding, Parineeti wore a pearl white ensemble designed by Manish Malhotra; Raghav was styled in the same colour as per the theme by his maternal uncle and fashion designer Pawan Sachdeva.

The couple had an ivory-themed wedding and the guests were seen dressed similarly. For the 'vidaai', the song 'Dilwale Dhulhaniya Le Jayengey' picturised on Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol was played.

Sharing the photos, Parineeti wrote on Instagram (and Raghav shared on X): "From the very first chat at the breakfast table, our hearts knew. Been waiting for this day for a long time. So blessed to finally be Mr and Mrs! Couldn't have lived without each other. Our forever begins now."

(With IANS inputs)

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