Farah Khan to choreograph Sonam Kapoor-Anand Ahuja’s sangeet?

If the latest grapevine is to be believed, Farah Khan is choreographing Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s sangeet. The couple is set to tie the knot next month and the wedding preparations are going on in full swing. It is learnt that good friend of Sonam, Farah was assigned the task of choreographing her sangeet.

The rehearsal will be done at Kareena’s residence. The parents of the bride, Anil Kapoor and Sunita Kapoor will be doing a special performance. Her cousins will also be doing a special act. It is believed that they will perform on special tracks of the actress. Sonam Kapoor will also shake her legs on a song.

As per earlier report, it will be a five-day wedding affair starting from pre-wedding, haldi to wedding reception bash. The family members of both the parties will fly to Switzerland. Sonam and Anand will get married in the second week of May in Switzerland and the tentative dates are May 9-12.

A friend of the actress told, “Most of us are flying out of Mumbai. Anand’s family and some of Sonam’s relatives will probably fly from Delhi. The marriage and other ceremonies are being planned as a two-day affair. But, we have to leave room for some impromptu events. I’m planning to keep myself free for at least four days, not to forget the to and fro travel.”

The shopping for the wedding has been done and the families will be flying in the first week of May.

The wedding planners already started preparation for the big day. The hotel rooms have been booked.

Earlier, it was said that the wedding will be held in Jodhpur.

“The date and venue for the wedding have been locked and mass bookings for flights are presently underway. Her dad Anil Kapoor is personally making phone calls to invite guests. There will be sangeet and mehendi ceremonies, followed by a traditional Hindu wedding,” a source informed.

"I think I'll have a wedding with only my family and close friends in attendance. I would also prefer to get married in India because it's my favourite place in the world," Sonam had told Brides.