One news that is trending high on social media currently is about the pre-wedding celebrations and pictures of Bollywood couple Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal. The actors are tying the knot today (on October 4, 2022) in Delhi. And we are getting updates of it all through Instagram. Reportedly, Richa and Ali are having a total 'Dilliwali' wedding, with glam, glitz and great food. We saw pictures of their cocktail party, sangeet, mehndi and more. While scrolling through Richa's Instagram handle, we recently stumbled upon a story that features the bar setup from their sangeet party.
In the picture, we could the cocktail menu, with a glimpse of the bar and the bartender. The menu reads, "Filmcity ka Cocktail Bar." Wonder what was so unique about it? Let us spill the beans for you. Each of the drinks were named after the characters of the actors (Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal) from their popular movies and web-series. There was 'Guddu Bhaiya Ki Paan, Gulabo Mirzapur Wali', 'Tara Madam Ki Ghutti', 'Gabbar Khus-e-Khaas Section 375 Mojito', 'Nagma Khatoon Ka Mohan Masala Numbu - Wassepur Se' and finally, 'Bobby Jasoos Ka Banta Jaljeera - Tasavur Kijiye'. Sounds interesting; doesn't it?
Take a look at the story:
Earlier, the bride-to-be reshared another story featuring the classic dessert made for the wedding celebrations. It was shahi tukda, prepared in two large containers. Sharing the picture, Richa wrote, "Lol when two foodies decide to celebrate their union." Find the Insta-story here:
Reportedly, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal's wedding menu features several popular foods from across Delhi. These include the famous Rajouri Garden ke Choley Bhature, Natraj Ki Chaat and more.
For the unversed, the couple first met on the sets of the movie 'Fukrey' in 2012 and have been together ever since. They were initially meant to be wedded in 2020; but it got postponed owing to the pandemic and lockdown.
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