The bride wore pink: Bipasha Basu is radiant at 'mehendi' as groom-to-be Karan Singh Grover looks on
Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover made for the picture perfect couple at their pre-wedding mehendi celebration
The bride-to-be wore pink while her intended groom was cool in white. Bipasha Basu and her beau Karan Singh Grover made for quite the photogenic pair at the mehendi ceremony organised by the Basu family.
The couple, who tie the knot on 30 April, have been caught up in pre-wedding festivities, including a bridal shower for Bipasha, a bachelor bash for Karan and a puja held at the basu home on 28 April.
The mehendi was held at a venue in Juhu on 29 April. It was attended by close friends and family of the couple. Bipasha, pretty in floral jewellery, got an intricate pattern made on her hands.
Among the guests at the function were Shilpa Shetty and Shamita Shetty. Shilpa, unfortunately, will not be there for Bipasha's wedding.
Shilpa was also accompanied by her husband Raj Kudra.
Bipasha's friend from her modelling days, Candice Pinto, was among those seen entering the venue.
Bipasha and Karan made it a point to oblige the shutterbugs gathered outside the venue with a few photographs. A private wedding ceremony is being held at Bipasha's home on 30 April, followed by a reception for their industry friends at the St Regis Hotel in Lower Parel, Mumbai.
Bipasha and Karan met when they worked together on Alone in 2015.
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