Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor and her beau Anand Ahuja are all set to enter the wedlock on May 8 in Mumbai. The wedding ceremony will begin with the Mehendi ceremony on May 7.
As the big fat Punjabi wedding is a few days away, we know what Sonam will gift her would-be-husband on the wedding day and let us also tell you that the actress has saved this gift since sixteen years.
A few years ago, when Sonam appeared on Simi Garewal's TV chat show she had talked about the wedding gift she would like to give to her future life-partner. Sonam had revealed, "I have written quite a few poems, but there was this one poem that I wrote when I was around 16-years-old. It is called Ambition."
She also added, "I had vowed myself that as soon as I find the person that I'm going to be with, I'm going to give him that particular poem. The day I get married, the poem will be with that man and I'll say that this is what I want my life to be like and hopefully, we can work together towards this."
The wedding invite of the duo is just as polished as Sonam and Anand themselves. The theme of the cards is nature, and it has different trees drawn to describe the festivities.
The festivities will start on May 7 with the Mehendi ceremony and the invite says that the dress code for the function will be ‘shades of white’.
The wedding ceremony will be held during the afternoon on May 8 following Sikh traditions (Anand Karaj). For the wedding, the invitees have been asked to wear traditional Indian attire and Indian or western formal for the party.
The couple has also requested their guests not to bring them any gifts. “Your presence on our special day is the only gift we desire,” it says.
Anand is a businessman based in New Delhi. He is the founder of Bhane, a popular clothing brand and also owns the sneaker boutique VegNonVeg.
On the work front, Sonam Kapoor will soon be seen in her home production, Veerey Di Wedding. The film, which also has Kareena Kapoor Khan in an important role, will hit the screens on June 1, 2018.
Last Updated 3:57 PM IST