Yuvraj Singh personally invites PM Modi for his wedding


NEW DELHI, Nov. 25: Indian Cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who is all set to tie the knot with fiancee Hazel Keech on November 30, has personally invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his wedding reception to be held in Delhi. In fact, at the time of going to press on Thursday, Yuvraj was at the Parliament with his mother Shabnam, to personally hand over the wedding card to the PM. Interestingly, Modi had also attended Yuvraj's bestie Harbhajan Singh's wedding reception last year.

Meanwhile, as the wedding date draws closer, the family is busy putting things together for the elaborate nine-day affair.




While the reception guest list is a closely guarded secret, the who's who of politics, showbiz and sports are expected to attend the Delhi reception on December 7. Yuvi's family friend revealed that apart from the Prime Minister, the Ambanis, Bachchans and the groom's high-profile cricketer friends are also on the list.

The celebrations will kick-start on November 28, when the couple's families will reach Chandigarh for the Gurudwara wedding on November 30. While Harbhajan will definitely make his presence felt, close friend Virat Kohli and a few other members of the Indian cricket team are also expected to attend the Sikh ceremony as team India will be in Mohali at the time for their ongoing test series against England. The mehendi will happen on the November 29.




On December 1, the action will shift to a Goa temple, where Hazel's family has arranged a Hindu wedding. Even this will be a strictly private affair. On December 7, the newly-weds will throw a lavish reception party in a Delhi five star. The couple plans to go for a honeymoon in Hawaii, soon after.(TOI)

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