Sonam Kapoor Wedding: Sridevi's daughter Janhvi says 'NO' to Sonam Kapoor's sangeet performance, Here's why

Sridevi's daughter Janhvi says 'NO' to Sonam Kapoor's sangeet performance, Here's why
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A few days back, we got a sneak-peek of the rehearsals for Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's sangeet, courtesy Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor and Karan Johar's Instagram stories. 

Celebrities including Jacqueline Fernandez, Anshula Kapoor, Aarti Shetty and Kunal Rawal were seen matching steps to Swag Se Swagat from Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai.

On a similar note, rumours have been rife that Janhvi has planned to perform on Sridevi's popular track 'mere haanthon mei nau nau choodiyan' at Sonam Kapoor's sangeet. However, contrary to such reports, we hear Janhvi has refused to perform at Sonam's sangeet! Apparently, the sudden demise of her mother Sridevi might be one of the reasons behind their refusal to perform on sangeet.

A report published in Mumbai Mirror stated that "The doting dad Anil Kapoor and mom Sunita will be putting together a special act for the bride-to-be at the sangeet."

 

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On the other hand, Sonam's cousins and extended family have joined in as well for the pre-wedding ceremony. Sonam and Anand Ahuja's wedding celebration begin with the Mehendi ceremony at Sonam’s plush pad in Bandra Kurla Complex. The dress code is ‘Indian Festive — Shades of White’. 

The wedding ceremony will take place the following morning, May 8, at Sonam’s aunt Kavita Singh’s bungalow, Rockdale in Bandstand, Bandra, where the guests are expected to dress in ‘Indian Traditional’.  

 

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The grand reception will take place on the same evening at The Leela. The families have invited the guests for the party to join them for ‘an evening of dance and music to celebrate Sonam & Anand's happy married life. The dress code is ‘Indian or Western Formal’. 
 

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