Not London, Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja to get married in Geneva?

umours of Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s wedding have kept the grapevine buzzing for some time now. While there was theory that the couple would get married in London after the arrival of Sonam’s up and coming film, Veere Di Wedding, Mumbai Mirror reports that the wedding will happen in Geneva.

Obviously, Sonam and Anand will get hitched in a two-day function as per Hindu customs on May 11-12. With under two months left for the wedding, the arrangements are as of now on going all out.

“The date and setting for the wedding have been bolted and mass appointments for flights are by and by in progress. Her father Anil Kapoor is expressly making telephone calls to welcome visitors. There will be sangeet and mehendi services, trailed by a conventional Hindu wedding,” a source from the group that is arranging the wedding uncovered to the distribution.

An engagement service is set to occur before the wedding, which will be gone to just by dear loved ones. In any case, no further insights about the engagement were accessible.

Jodhpur and Udaipur were apparently being considered, yet the Kapoor family concluded Geneva, after more than three months of arranging. Sonam was in the Swiss city in January for a brand duty, when she chose this was the place that she needed to get hitched in. The Neerja performing artist and her sister, Rhea Kapoor, explored for scenes over the city before focusing down on the present one.

Sonam and Anand’s sentiment came in the spotlight when they showed up at Akshay Kumar’s Rustom achievement bash in 2016. Despite the fact that Sonam has never straightforwardly confessed to being seeing someone, couple’s open presentations of friendship are verification enough.

The Kapoors have invited Anand into the family with open arms, and the business visionary is available at all their family social events. Truth be told, Sonam Kapoor’s dad Anil had once discussed his condition with Anand in a meeting and had stated, “The bond we share is excessively individual for me, making it impossible to talk about with the media.”