kiara advani, parineeti chopra, raghav chadha wedding

Every bride tries to add a special touch to their wedding. Be it in their wedding trousseau or even create something special. Speaking of which, last time, actor Kiara Advani created a wedding song Ranjha that she played during the Jaimala ceremony with Sidharth Malhotra. The song seemed perfect and it just melted our hearts instantly. Well, we got to see a similar one with actor Parineeti Chopra during her wedding with Raghav Chadha.

Sometime back today, we came across a video on social media where a song was been played during Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha’s wedding. We quickly recognised that the song was sung by none other than Parineeti herself. However, we couldn’t figure out the song until we did a little shazam and found the name of the song which is titled, ‘O Piya.’ The song is crooned by Parineeti while the lyrics are penned by Gaurav Duta who is also the composer along with Sunny M.R and Harjot Kaur. It is beautiful and soulful.

Here’s the special song that Parineeti played at her wedding

The Ishaqzaade actor got married to Raghav Chadha on September 24 in Leela Palace, Udaipur. They had a grand yet intimate wedding where the two tied the knot in attendance with close friends and family. Sharing the first wedding pictures on Instagram, they wrote, “From the very first chat at the breakfast table, our hearts knew. Been waiting for this day for a long time. So blessed to finally be Mr and Mrs! Couldn’t have lived without each other. Our forever begins now.”

Not just the song, Parineeti Chopra even added many personal touches to her wedding and it was so meaningful. She added Raghav’s name written on her veil. Moreover, her exquisite kaliras has a special connection to her love story with Raghav Chadha. The kaliras had Raghav and Parineeti’s initials. There’s a symbol of Ek Onkar, a Punjabi milestone, a coffee mug, a red London bus and a telephone booth.

Also read: From outfits to jewellery: A look-book of the new bride Parineeti Chopra from pre and post-wedding festivities

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