Varun Dhawan is set to tie the knot with his long-time girlfriend, fashion designer Natasha Dalal, on Sunday, Janaury 24. The lovebirds, who did their schooling together and have been in a long-term relationship, are having an intimate ceremony in Alibaug, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The wedding was originally planned for May 2020 but due to the pandemic it was pushed to 2021.
Here's all we know about their hush-hush wedding ceremony:
According to a report by Mid-Day, Varun and Natasha will tie the knot at a beach resort in Alibaug in the presence of their family and close friends. The Dhawans have reportedly invited a total of 50 guests, including Varun's mentor - filmmaker Karan Johar, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, director Remo D'souza, director Shashank Khaitan, actress Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra among others.
Contrary to the previous reports, the actor will not have a grand reception in Mumbai.
The report quoted a source as saying, "Since David is diabetic and suffered a heart attack in 2013, sons Varun and Rohit don't want to risk his health by having a grand reception."In Pics: Ahead of Varun's wedding with Natasha Dalal, David Dhawan spotted at Manish Malhotra store in Mumbai
It further states that the guests will board private yachts from Mumbai's Gateway of India and then reach the lavish beach resort in cars.
If reports are anything to go by, Dhawan's childhood sweetheart Natasha who is a fashion designer herself will be working on her bridal trousseau.
The marriage is said to be a close-knit affair with only 20-25 people in attendance keeping the COVID-19 protocols in place.
The Dhawan family had reportedly sent out e-invites to their guests, earlier this month, and asked them to block their dates from January 22 to 25.
The 'Kalank' actor, who prefers being guarded about his personal life, hasn't released an official statement yet.Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal to tie the knot this month?
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