Neil Nitin Mukesh’s wed­ding card talks of time­less love

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Yashika Mathur yashika.mathur@hin­dus­tan­times.com

We’ve man­aged to get our hands on ac­tor Neil Nitin Mukesh and fi­ancée Ruk­mini Sa­hay’s wed­ding card’s pictures, and it ra­di­ates of el­e­gance and love. Neil wanted a card with a vin­tage touch, re­flect­ing his fam­ily’s legacy. The in­vi­ta­tion card has but­ter pa­per leafs em­bossed with lyrics of Neil’s grand­fa­ther Mukesh’s ev­er­green songs. The func­tions will take place in Udaipur, and around 500 guests are ex­pected on the D-day. The rev­elry will be­gin with the en­gage­ment on Fe­bru­ary 7, fol­lowed by the mehendi and sangeet on Feb 8. Feb 9 is the big day, with the haldi, chuda chadai and the nup­tial cer­e­mony, fol­lowed by a fam­ily din­ner and a cock­tail party. Neil, 35, tells us that wed­ding prepa­ra­tions are on in full swing. “It’s like mak­ing a movie and pro­duc­tion work is on at its peak. My sis­ter has flown down from the US and all my aunts have trav­elled from all parts of the world. We are all up till 4.30 in the morn­ing and then are again at it around 9.30am. This is hap­pen­ing ev­ery day. Every­one is sleep deprived. Every­one is busy do­ing dance re­hearsals. Peo­ple say it’s a three-day wed­ding, but for me it has been a three-month-long af­fair,” he says.

PHOTO: TWIT­TER/ NEILNMUKESH

A look at the re­gal in­vi­ta­tion

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