Anant Ambani-Radhika pre-wedding bash round two: Here's the itinerary and events planned

Radhika Merchant - Anant Ambani's (left) pre-wedding luxury cruise is a 4,380 km voyage named 'La Vita E Un Viaggio,' which means 'Life is a Journey' in Italian. Photo: Special Arrangement

After the first round of luxurious Anant Ambani-Radhika Merchant pre-wedding festivities, the next set of celebrations begins on Tuesday.
Yes, the wedding is in July but from May 28 to 30, their second before-wedding bash will be held on a luxury cruise heading from Italy to the South of France. And yet again, it is exclusively for Bollywood A-listers and globally renowned celebs. We hear that it will have another set of performances by top artists. Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhat were spotted heading for the bash recently at the Mumbai airport. 

The trips and parties for guests
As per reports, the 4,380-km voyage is named 'La Vita E Un Viaggio,' meaning 'Life is a Journey' in Italian. There will be a minimum of 800 guests and they will travel across Europe. Here's what they will get to experience:
1) A one-day stopover in Rome for sightseeing
2) A masquerade bash in Cannes
3) A voyage to Portofino, Italy
4) A starry-night-themed party
5) A Greco-Roman toga party
6) A birthday party titled 'V turns One Under the Sun' for Akash Ambani's daughter Veda
7) A 'Pardon My French' party
8) A wrap-up party named 'La Dolce Vita,' which means 'The Sweet Life'

If you are wondering...
Half the parties and destinations on their itinerary might sound Greek to the 'aam aadmi,' but for those interested, here's what they are. A masquerade party is one in which attendees wear masks and elaborate costumes.
Portofino in Italy is a scenic harbour. It's a celebrity hotspot, thanks to all things luxurious it offers. As for the toga, it's a garment that you might have seen in books or movies that have anything to do with Roman culture. It's draped over the body leaving one arm free, but covering the other. At Ambani's toga party, celebs get to wear the attire that's an iconic symbol of ancient Rome.

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