On Friday evening, the home of the Kapoors was sparkling with lights and Bollywood VIPs including Karan Johar and Farah Khan were spotted achieving Sonam Kapoor’s home alongside big name form fashioners Kunal Rawal and Masaba Gupta.
At the trailer dispatch of Veere Di Wedding, Sonam Kapoor answered a volley of inquiries regarding her wedding designs in a solitary sentence, “Everyone will know everything in great time.” Though the on-screen character guaranteed the media that she will share the news of her wedding at the opportune time, the current photographs from outside the Anil Kapoor’s home in Mumbai has by and by started bits of gossip about the arrangements of the enormous wedding.
On Friday evening, the home of the Kapoors was sparkling with lights and Bollywood VIPs including Karan Johar and Farah Khan were spotted achieving Anil Kapoor’s home alongside superstar mold architects Kunal Rawal and Masaba Gupta. Sonam’s cousins Mohit Marwah with spouse Antara Motiwala and Anshula Kapoor and sibling Harshvardhan Kapoor were clicked as well. Presently whether the social event was simply one more Bollywood bash or it had a comment with Sonam’s supposed wedding with lover Anand Ahuja, is yet to be known.
A couple of days back, in a secretive tweet, Sonam attacked all the chatter that has been circumventing her name. She tweeted, “A portion of the tattles that is turning out from the sources near me is cracking clever 😂 .”
The talk of Sonam and Anand getting married has been going solid from the earliest starting point of 2018. What’s more, if reports are anything to pass by, the Kapoor family and Sonam’s companions have been occupied with shopping and move practices for the sangeet service of the Veere Di Wedding on-screen character. Likewise, another report recommends that the couple has chosen to have e-welcomes for their wedding.
For those, who are as yet dumbfounded who Anand Ahuja is, he is a Delhi based businessperson who claims the multi-mark tennis shoe boutique Veg Non Veg. He is additionally the CEO/Founder of Bhane, an attire mark.