Inside Gauahar Khan-Zaid Darbar's mehendi ceremony

Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar are all set to tie the knot today. The couple’s pre-wedding festivities took place in the city last night and pictures and videos from their mehendi ceremony are all over the social media.

From dancing with their families to singing with them, Zaid and Gauahar had a blast last night. In one such video doing the rounds of the internet, we can see Zaid’s father Ismail Darbar singing for the guests at the couple’s mehendi ceremony.

Gauahar Khan’s would-be father-in-law and music composer Ismail Darbar was seen singing ‘Tadap Tadap Ke’ song from ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ film. Ismail has composed the music of this Sanjay Leela Bhansali film.

The lovebirds were seen joining Ismail as they all happily sang the song together. You can check out the video below:

 

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In another video from Gauahar and Zaid’s mehendi ceremony, they are seen grooving to ‘Badri Ki Dulhania’ song as their friends and family join them for the celebration.

 

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While posing for the shutterbugs, Gauahar flaunted her mehendi but she didn’t let Zaid show his mehendi to the paps. She is heard telling the paps, “Kuch cheezein personal hoti hai. (Something things are personal).”

 

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Gauahar also shared some loved-up pictures with her beau. She captioned them as, “Writing our love story on each other’s hearts forever with the blessings of our family and friends and above all Allah.”

 

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Now we just can’t wait to see the wedding pics of this adorable couple.

Also Read: Bride-to-be Gauahar Khan shares beautiful pictures from her mehendi ceremony

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