WATCH | Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal Pre-wedding Events Begin With Sandhya Maha Aarti In Udaipur

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The who’s who of Bollywood and many other celebrities from other industries have landed in Udaipur for the pre-wedding functions of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

The who’s who of Bollywood and many celebrities from other industries have landed in Udaipur for the pre-wedding function of Isha Ambani with Anand Piramal. And the rituals have also begun. Pictures and videos of the grand set-up involving a massive structure of Lord Shri Nath Ji had been going viral on social media. And now, videos of the ‘Aarti’ have surfaced where we see men and women dressed in traditional attires performing the rituals in worship to Lord Shri Nath Ji.

READ: IN PICS | Udaipur Wonderfully Decked Up For Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal Pre-wedding Celebration

We also see the show of fireworks in the brilliantly lit venue. The massiveness of the entire location is also evident as we see numerous people attending the event. The ritual is called Sandhya Maha Aarti for which a 35-feet of Lord Shri Nath Ji has been erected, according to reports.

Watch the videos here:


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Some of the inside pictures of the venue have also surfaced that says it all about the grandeur with which the events are being held.

READ: WATCH: Priyanka Chopra, Sachin Tendulkar Among Other Guests Arrive At Udaipur For Isha Ambani's Pre-Wedding Festivities

Earlier in the day, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas, John Abraham, Vidya Balan-Siddharth Roy Kapur, Sakhi and Ziva Dhoni, Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor were seen at Mumbai or Udaipur airports on their way to the venue. The celebrations are to take place on Saturday and Sunday before the grand wedding in Mumbai on December 12 where a good Bollywood presence is expected again.

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