Talking to an entertainment portal, the filmmaker revealed that he won’t be able to attend Varun’s d-day owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the restriction on the number of guests. He further shared that he has no news about the reported reception of the actor on January 26 and will be most likely busy in a shoot. He also sent his best wishes and blessings to the couple.
Meanwhile, talking about the wedding festivities, a source told Bombay Times “There is continuous movement of decoration items being taken in and out of the venue. There will be a baraat procession but within the boundaries of the venue. Varun is planning to step out of the private villa to pose for pictures after the wedding rituals. The menu comprises fare from Lebanese, Mexican and Indian cuisines. A reception or a party is being planned for the couple’s friends and fraternity members for February 2 at a suburban five-star in Mumbai.”