Actor Parineeti Chopra and AAP MP Raghav Chadha flew down to Udaipur on Friday morning ahead of their wedding this weekend. Since they left Delhi, several pictures and videos of the couple at the Udaipur as well as Delhi airports have been circulated on social media.
In a video, shared by a paparazzo account on Instagram, the actress was clicked exiting the Udaipur airport, and she happily waved to fans outside the airport. Looking at a hoarding that featured her and Raghav Chadha, she even gave a big smile before getting inside her car. She looked lovely in a red outfit, a pink shawl and dark sunglasses. She was joined by her parents and two brothers.
Meanwhile, Raghav too was seen exiting the Udaipur airport. As he walked out, he saluted those around him as he sported a white T-shirt, black sweater, blue denims and shoes. At the Delhi airport too, Raghav smiled and said 'thank you' as people congratulated him for his impending wedding with Parineeti.
In another video, a huge hoarding has been put up to welcome the couple to the city. The message on the hoarding read, "Congratulations. Welcome to Udaipur." Reacting to the videos and clips, one of the fans commented, "They look so happy. Cute couple." Another Instagram user wrote, "They make a beautiful couple. Adorable!"
On Wednesday, the couple reportedly hosted a Sufi night for their close friends and family members. While Parineeti Chopra's cousin Priyanka Chopra Jonas gave it a miss, her mother Madhu Chopra and brother Siddharth were part of the event, which was organised at Raghav's residence in Delhi. Designer Pawan Sachdeva, who is Raghav's relative, also marked his presence at the Sufi night. Former cricketer Harbhajan Singh was also clicked at the pre-wedding function.
Prior to the sufi night, Parineeti and Raghav sought blessings at a Gurudwara in New Delhi, and participated in Ardas and Kirtan.
For those caught unaware, the couple got engaged on May 13 in Delhi, and the ceremony was attended by several politicians including Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, former finance minister P Chidambaram, and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray.