The wedding week of Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal has created a lot of media attention and fan excitement. From a lavish cocktail party and sangeet to a royal wedding, everything about their wedding celebrations had a touch of royal flair. The couple recently threw a reception in Lucknow, andRicha Chadha’s royal entry to the reception wearing all-ivory attire is hit on the internet.
The reception in Lucknow was hosted by Ali Fazal’s family. The Sabri Brothers gave a spirited performance of a Qawwali to begin the reception. The couple opted for twinning and complemented each other in ivory-coloured ensembles. Chadha wore a mono-colour traditional outfit with a short kurti, gharara, and matching dupatta that was embroidered. She complemented the Sandeep Khosla and Abu Jani attire with heavy jewellery. Fazal sported a sherwani. The couple has shared several photos of themselves decked out in royal garb on their Instagram account.
Richa Chadha’s Royal Entry At Lucknow’s Reception:
In the footage posted by a paparazzi account, Chadha can be seen walking towards Fazal, who is also dressed traditionally in ivory. She made her entry to the Sabri brothers’ singing Afreen Afreen, while the expression on Fazal’s face was beyond words. He was unable to take his eyes off of his bride. The setting was ideal for celebrating friendship, family, and love. The video is winning hearts online and the family, friends, and fans are showering their love in the comment section.
Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal decided to take a unique approach to their wedding festivities by having receptions in several states before the wedding rather than after. The couple shared pictures from their regal Awadhi-themed wedding reception on Tuesday, October 4. They had their haldi, mehendi, sangeet, and cocktail celebration at the Gymkhana Club in Delhi. The final wedding recpetion was on October 6 in Mumbai.
The two dated for many years after meeting on the sets of Fukrey. They have been legally married since 2020. A statement of theirs read that the couple have now been legally married for 2.5 years.
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