What is the special surprise in Viruska’s Wedding reception in Mumbai?

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Internet Desk: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma got married in a private ceremony on December 11 in Tuscany, Italy and officially announced the news on their respective social media accounts, and fevered speculation in the media. This star couple hosted their first reception in New Delhi on 21st December where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also present.

Viruska will host their second reception party in Mumbai on Tuesday where many celebrities and and cricketers will be present.

The party will begin from 8.30pm at the St. Regis in Lower Parel Mumbai as it is the tallest hotel tower in the country.

Virushka’s Mumbai reception invite has a special environment-friendly message.

Virat and Anushka’s reception invite has plant sapling attached to it. Presumably, the star couple wants their guests to plant a tree.

Meanwhile, Virat and Anushka had decided to go with a traditional look for their Delhi reception.

With a neatly-tied bun encircled in a mogra gajra, Anushka wore a traditional red and gold saree designed by Sabyasachi with a heavy palla and jadau jewellery; chuda and sindoor in place.

Virat appeared dapper in a black achkan and white churidaar and heavily embroidered shawl with golden border in black mojris.

Virat helped Anushka onto the stage as they posed for the shutterbugs as fans flanked the streets for the two. Interestingly, the decor of the alfresco stage matched with the trousseau and sherwani they wore on their D-Day in Italy.

The reception ceremony was high on security and strictly for family and dignitaries in the city, with around a dozen of Delhi Police personnel in plain clothes guarding and a similar security arrangement is also expected in Mumbai.

 

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