Revealed: Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra's wedding dress for their D-DayNew Delhi: Ever since Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh has announced his wedding with long time girlfriend, actress Geeta Basra, it has become the talk of the town.The off-spinner is all set to marry his lady
New Delhi: Ever since Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh has announced his wedding with long time girlfriend, actress Geeta Basra, it has become the talk of the town.
The off-spinner is all set to marry his lady love on October 29, 2015 and every minute preparations of this big fat Punjabi wedding have been specially been taken care, especially the lavish dress of both bride and groom.
Reportedly, Bhajji will be seen wearing Raghavendra Rathore designed dress while Geeta will don Archana Kochhar outfit on their special day.
According to the media reports, Harbhajan Singh will sport a peach colour achkan paired with churidar or breeches and a maroon turban on the D-Day while the bride Geeta will be seen wearing a traditional red lehenga with gold pita work.
For the reception the couple has reportedly chosen to go blue as Bhajji will don a dark blue velvet achkan with a little embroidery paired with breeches or a churidar, while Geeta will sport an electric blue lehenga with mirror work and sequins.
Infact, if the reports are to be believed, the soon-to-be bride and groom has even finalised the dress for their sangeet and mehendi ceremony. Geeta has opted for a lemon yellow lehenga with pink and silver embroidery for her mehendi ceremony whereas Harbhajan will be seen in an orange kurta paired with black waist coat at the sangeet.
Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra's wedding is going to be a grand affair which is quite evident from the preparations and royal wedding card which was revealed recently.
This big fat Punjabi wedding is expected to be attended by A-list Indian cricketers, the top brass of BCCI along with key members of the touring South African team.
Post the five-day-long wedding festivities in Punjab, the couple will host a lavish reception in Delhi.