Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan is hours away from tying the knot with his longtime girlfriend and fashion designer Natasha Dalal. The big day has finally arrived and as the couple get all fancy and gear up for their nuptials, the duo will exchange their wedding vows in some time now.
Varun-Natasha will be wed at 12.30 PM on Sunday, reported Pinkvilla. The report quoted a source who revealed that the couple will become husband and wife between 12.15 PM to 12.55 PM in Alibaug.
The bride will be the first to arrive at the Mandap in approximately 30 minutes for a Chura and Kalira ceremony, added the source.
Chura is a set of traditional red bangles that is given to the bride by her maternal uncle and she is not allowed to see the entire ceremony, so her eyes will be covered. The present family members will touch the bangles turn by turn to bless the bride and send their heartiest wishes along for her new life. The maternal uncle and the maternal aunt will then help the bride put on the Churas.
This ceremony is celebrated on the morning of the wedding day and marks the beginning of the wedding ceremony.
The maternal uncle and the maternal aunt then help the bride put on the Churas. This will be followed by the rest of the relatives of the bride tying the Kalire to her Churas. This ceremony is celebrated on the morning of the wedding day and marks the beginning of the wedding ceremony.
Since the terror of COVID-19 is still around the corner, the Dhawans and Dalals have ensured complete safety protocols at the wedding venue. Reportedly they have asked all guests including household and hotel staff, to follow all government guidelines. Every person present at the venue is also asked to submit a COVID test. UVC disinfecting devices have been installed at the venue, masks and sanitisers also provided at counters.
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