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Ira Khan-Nupur wedding at Hotel Taj Aravali in Udaipur on January 10

The preparations for the wedding, including tent decoration and the DJ sound, began on Sunday.

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January 7, 2024, 1:54 pm

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JAIPUR: Bollywood star Aamir Khan’s daughter, Ira Khan, and Nupur Shikhare will have a Marathi-style wedding. They will wear traditional Marathi wedding attire.

The preparations for the wedding, including tent decoration and the DJ sound, began on Sunday at Hotel Taj Aravali. The hotel is being adorned with lights and flowers for the special occasion. The wedding is scheduled to take place on January 10 in a destination ceremony.

Before the wedding, there will be a Mehndi ceremony on January 8. Local women from Udaipur will apply henna designs to Ira’s hands during this event. There will also be a pajama party that night as part of the celebrations.

On January 9, there will be a music ceremony in the hotel’s Mewar Lawn area where Aamir Khan and his family members will perform songs and dances. The main wedding event, known as the ‘Wow Ceremony,’ will occur on January 10 in Mayur Bagh of the hotel. Lunch will be served at Tiri restaurant followed by dinner at Mayur Bagh later in the evening.

Due to its high-profile nature, tight security measures have been put in place around the hotel premises. Media access has been restricted throughout these festivities. On Saturday evening, Aamir Khan along with his ex-wife Reena Dutta, daughter Ira, son-in-law Nupur Shikhare,and other family members enjoyed dinner together.

The three-day celebration from January 8th to 10th is expected to see many Bollywood celebrities participating alongside more than 250 guests who have booked up all of Hotel Taj Aravali’s available rooms (176). The wedding aims to showcase Marathi culture with traditional dishes such as Kadhi-rice included in the menu along with Rajasthani dish Dal-Bati Churma and flavors from Gujarat and Punjab also being served at various events.

First published: January 7, 2024