Parineeti Chopra shares a video of her wedding ceremony with song ‘O Piya’

Parineeti and Raghav
Parineeti and Raghav. Photo: Instagram/Parineeti Chopra

Even though the wedding festivities of actress Parineeti Chopra and her husband Raghav Chadda have concluded, she continues to radiate the joy of a newlywed. Brimming with happiness about her union with the AAP minister, the actress recently shared a brief excerpt from a new video of her wedding, set to her new song 'O Piya,' on her Instagram.

Taking to her Instagram, she wrote: “To my husband, the most important song I’ve ever sung .. walking towards you, hiding from the baraat, singing these words … what do I even say .. O piya, chal chalein aa”.

The ‘Ishaqzaade’ actress’ post was accompanied by a clip from her wedding where she was extremely giddy and laughing while wearing her lehenga, as Raghav Chadda was walking to the wedding arena accompanied by his guests.

Donning full gleaming white, the minister was walking in style while Parineeti was trying to hide from him in order to surprise him exclaiming: “Oh my god he is here! He’s already looking up.”

With a whole procession taking place, Parineeti was escorted to the isle in full bloom where her then fiance and now husband was standing, eagerly waiting for her.

The video then cuts to a clip of the wedding which Parineeti had kept a surprise, with the announcer saying: “This is the most important day for Mr. Raghav and Ms. Parineeti. For this, she has recorded her new song.”

Then the clip cuts to other parts of the wedding where guests are smiling and a whole baarat is being carried out before the two exchange their wedding vows.

The clip to the song also showed the grand fervour and the royal majesty of their wedding ceremony, as well as the luxuries and the grand fashion in which it was carried out at The Leela Palace in Udaipur.

The wedding had in its guest list several important politicians and celebrities such as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and former tennis player Sania Mirza.

The couple began their new ‘forever’ back on September 24 and she had released her song ‘O Piya’ as an ode to her joy, marking her giddiness and merry delight upon taking the first steps into a new chapter in her life with her partner.
(With IANS inputs)

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