Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar’s wedding date, venue and more details surface online



Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar’s wedding details such as the D-day venue, pre-wedding shoot location, etc have surfaced online. The two are reportedly planning to tie the knot on December 25.

Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar

Gauahar Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar to get married at this place?  |  Photo Credit: Instagram

  • Lovebirds Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar’s wedding details are reportedly out
  • The couple will apparently tie the knot on December 25th at the grand ITC Maratha in Mumbai
  • Gauahar and Zaid exchanged rings last month and announced the big news with an Instagram post

Newly-engaged couple Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar are all set to take their relationship a level ahead. The two will reportedly get married on the 25th of next month. While Gauahar’s engagement came as no surprise to her fans, the duo, if reports are to be trusted, is planning to host a Christmas wedding. Confirmed details of their special details are still awaited.

As we wait for the final confirmation, the latest report carries that Gauahar and Zaid will get married at Mumbai’s grand ITC Maratha. More details have surfaced online including the venue of their pre-wedding shoot, wedding festivities, etc.

As reported by Pinkvilla, a source close to the TV actress shared the two have chosen ITC Maratha in Mumbai as their wedding venue. The couple will also reportedly drive down to the historical Fort Jadhavgadh Hotel in Pune for their pre-wedding shoot. The source also claimed that Gauahar wanted a royal vibe for their pre-wedding shoot hence the historical location.

It was earlier reported that Gauahar and Zaid’s pre-wedding functions will kickstart from December 22 and they will exchange wedding vows three days later, on December 25. The duo recently flew down to Dubai and are holidaying there. This also marked their first trip post their engagement. Both Gauahar and Zaid have kept posted their fans with their swoon-worthy Dubai vacay pictures.

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