Bride Esha Deol will dance to ‘Dhoom Machale’ at her sangeet!
Esha Deol will dance to her sizzling tracks at her sangeet
Mon, Jun 25, 2012 09:39:08 GMT
Preparations are on in full swing for the wedding of Hema Malini’s daughter Esha Deol. The four-day-long wedding extravaganza starts today and Hema is leaving no stone unturned in making the wedding a splendid and memorable affair.
From selecting Kanjeevarams to picking heavy traditional jewellery, mom Hema is taking care of every nitty-gritty, while sister Ahana Deol is busy with the sangeet preparations and is also planning the surprise party for the couple. Esha will marry her fiancé Bharat Takhtani in a temple on June 29 and a lavish wedding reception is planned for June 30, expected to be attended by 1000 guests.
The sangeet is on June 25 at a suburban five-star hotel. It’s reported that there will be about 200 people attending the event. The guest list includes Ajay Devgan, Arjun Rampal and Hrithik Roshan. A special dance act is planned by Esha, Ahana and Karan (Mani Ratnam's assistant), where both the families will get to dance. While Hema will dance to her famous Dream Girl song, Esha will perform on tracks like Tauba Tauba from Kaal and Dhoom Machale from Dhoom. Also Dharmendra's Yamla Pagla Deewana will also be played at sangeet.
Now, something about Esha Deol’s wedding trousseau. Earlier it was reported that she will wear a Neeta Lulla-designed traditional sari for her marriage in the temple, now it’s learnt that the designer Rocky S has designed her ensemble for reception as well as sangeet. Esha Deol will wear a traditional ghagra-choli in orange, red and indigo with gold zari work for sangeet, and for the reception the actress will wear a rose pink corset blouse with a mermaid-cut ghagra embellished with Swarovski crystals.
The bride and groom are personally involved in planning the four-day extravaganza, with their families helping out. Papa Dharmendra with his sons Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol, along with their families, will also be attending all the festivities.