Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal Wedding: Fun themes to BBQ & Mexican food, here's a low down on the festivities
The wedding festivities were spread over a span of three days and was revolved around various fun themes and some great food. Read details below.
Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal got married in the first big Bollywood wedding of 2021 yet in a small way. By small, we mean, the couple's guest list was a restricted one owing to the pandemic. While no Bollywood actor attended the wedding, directors Karan Johar, Shashank Khaitan and Kunal Kohli were present. And so was designer Manish Malhotra. While the wedding affair was an extremely private and intimate one, it did not stop the Dhawan's and Dalal's from going all out.
For the unversed, the wedding was held at The Mansion House in Alibaug which is on the outskirts of Mumbai. The coastal town was buzzing with the paparazzi and industry folks for the last three days as most of the guests arrived via the RoRo ferry or speedboats from the Gateway of India.
The wedding festivities were spread over a span of three days and saw the family members and close friends come together to celebrate the joyous occasion. According to a report in Weddingsutra.com, the wedding management team went all out to make Varun and Natasha's marriage a super success.
As per the report, the festivities began on Saturday morning with Mehendi for which the theme was Indian festive. The entire resort came to life with bright and fun decor. However, no photos were allowed to be clicked as phone cameras of the staff were sealed. The menu was elaborate as there was ppen air BBQ, Italian food and a salad and mezze bar as well. That's not all, given Alibaug's popularity for fish there was also local freshly sourced fish on the menu.
For the evening Sangeet, the theme was 'fabulous and formal' and the menu included Asian food. There was also a massive sit-down Indian and Asian dinner. The Sangeet celebrations went on till the wee hours which resulted in a slight delay of the Haldi ceremony, reported the portal.
For next day's Haldi, Mexican food was the highlight which included live counters as well as an extensive Middle Eastern selection with mezze and shawarma. For the elders, the couple reportedly kept Indian on the menu as well. Varun and Natasha made sure the paparazzi outside the resort were well hydrated. They also sent food boxes and the wedding mithai for the teams.