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Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay will be soon be man and wife. The grand celebrations of the destination wedding kick-started on February 7 with their engagement ceremony, while their mehendi ceremony took place on February 8 in the City of Lakes, Udaipur.
It was a big celebration and we got to see the guests having a good time. Dressed in a yellow lehenga and phooloan ka gehna, Rukmini looked absolutely beautiful. Neil was dressed in a kurta pyjama as he twinned with his bride.
The venue was decorated with a curtain made of flowers which were specially brought in from Kolkata. There were swings all over the venue, a tree of life where guests were asked to leave their messages for the bride and groom and a photo booth decorated with traditional Rajasthani puppets. There were also experts who were tying turbans, tarot card reader, nail art and mehndi artistes, a bangle counter



and food from all across India.

As the functions are taking place in Udaipur, some traditional Rajasthani dance performances just had to be a part of the celebrations. Fire dancers also performed at the theme mehendi ceremony of Neil and Rukmini.

In a sweet gesture, Kapoor took to singing a classic old song Main Shayar Toh Nahin, adding some fun to the night. In fact, it wasn't just him who was enjoying his time at the sangeet. Even Pamela Chopra was seen having some fun. She sung Tujhe Dekha Toh Ye Jana Sanam at the sangeet ceremony as the couple looked on.
The wedding night is today. As far as the wedding dress of the groom Neil is concerned, he is expected to be seen in a traditional rajwaada look created by Sarath Krishnan. For Rukmini Sahay, it is the traditional thread-work lehenga with elements like stones and resham.

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