Sonam Kapoor‘s wedding is heavily blazing and is the current talk of the town. According to reports Sonam is all set to tie the knot with long time boyfriend, Anand Ahuja in May 2018.
Few details that are circulating around the Neerja actor is that Farah Khan will be choreographing the sangeet dance performances and the big fat Punjabi wedding is supposed to take place in Mumbai.
The wedding has created a lot of buzz with new details about it coming out almost everyday. However, fans really want to know which designer will Sonam be wearing on her big day and seems like we do have a name. Sonam Kapoor has been an ardent Anamika Khanna fan and her appearances are proof.
Kapoor and Khanna together posed for the cover of Brides Today for their February 2018 issue. Sonam donned a heavy red lehenga with ivory white floral embroidery on it.
Sleek hair tied in a bun with green jadau neckpiece finished off her look. Giving Anamika tough competition is designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla who also designed the costumes of Veere di Wedding starring Kareena Kapoor Khan and Sonam Kapoor.
We are extremely excited and eager to see who Sonam finally picks as her wedding designer.
Meanwhile, a source informed a daily, “Rehearsals have kicked off at Anil Kapoor’s Juhu bungalow. The doting dad and mom Sunita will be putting together a special act for the bride-to be at the sangeet.Sonam’s cousins and extended family have joined in as well for the pre-wedding ceremony. They will perform on her hit songs like the Veere… title track, “Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai” from the Fawad Khan co-starrer Khoobsurat, the Prem Ratan Dhan Payo title track, and “Dheere Dheere” from her music video with Hrithik Roshan, among others, besides other popular wedding songs.”
The source added, “Anil and Sunita have known Farah since the time she started out in Bollywood. Over the years, Anil has danced to many hit numbers choreographed by her. Meanwhile, Farah had been brainstorming on the ideal wedding present for Sonam and Anand when she decided to take charge of the sangeet celebrations.”>