Parineeti Chopra and her fiance-AAP politician Raghav Chadha got engaged on May 13 in an intimate ceremony at Kapurthala House in New Delhi. Besides family, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Priyanka Chopra, Manish Malhotra, Derek O'Brien, Aaditya Thackeray, and others also attended the ceremony. The couple was recently in Jaipur scouting for wedding locations. It seems like Parineeti and Raghav are planning to have a destination wedding like Priyanka Chopra and Nick.
On Saturday, the couple was spotted exiting the Jodhpur airport and several videos of them have surfaced online. Earlier, Pari and Raghav reportedly visited Udaipur and Kishangarh to look for wedding venues. As reported by IANS, the couple could zero in on a 230-year-old fort for their wedding. The couple was received by Rajeev Arora, Chairman of Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation (RAJSICO), and his son Tarang Arora at Jaipur airport. After breakfast at Rajvilas Hotel in Jaipur, they left for Bishangarh Fort. They also visited luxury hotels in Jaipur. The duo even met Shikha Saxena, Deputy Director of the Tourism Department, Udaipur, to inquire about the best hotels and forts in the city.
Also, another report in Hindustan Times stated that Parineeti and Raghav might get married between September and November this year in Rajasthan. Shikha Saxena told the portal that Parineeti had September month in her mind but he informed her that the city witnesses late monsoon so it would be rainy till the last week of September. ALSO READ: Parineeti Chopra On How She Fell In LOVE With Raghav Chadha; ‘One Breakfast Together And I Knew I Had Met The One’
“I suggested to them about November, and her PA was hesitant about the weather being too cold, but she looked open to the idea, and her team was noting down every single information. I asked her clearly if she has any wedding plans, and she mentioned that she is planless right now, and is in the process of making one,” Saxena told HT.
The report added that Pari and Raghav will tie the knot in a grand and big Punjabi wedding.