Rani, Aditya wore Sabyasachi’s creations on wedding
Not many details had been known about Rani Mukherjee and Aditya Chopra’s wedding except that the couple wedded in the countryside of Italy in the attendance of close family members and friends and that the newly married couple wore designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s creations on all the events of marriage.
When it comes to chose attire for any occasions, Rani had always been turned to Sabya and this time is also no exception. Being the D-day of her life, the Bengali Vadhu chose her favourite Sabyasachi’s creations for every event of the weddings.
The designer, who returned to Mumbai on Tuesday night after
attending the wedding in Italy, confirmed the news. He said, "Rani and Adi
are a very private couple. I respect that, so I won't be able to share details.
But yes, I did design the trousseau for both of them. I did their outfits for
all the occasions."
A tabloid had also reported that before leaving for Italy, Rani visited Sabya’s Juhu boutique and picked up a couple of designer outfits for the wedding but Sabya dismissed the news saying. "I've been friends with Rani for a long time. I don't have a boutique in Juhu and Rani doesn't come to my store. We have a very private relationship," he said.
Aditya Chopra and Rani Mukerjee got married on 21st April in Italy. The wedding was a very small intimate affair.
Rani Mukerjee issued a statement after the wedding, "I would like to share the happiest day of my life with all my fans all over the world whose love and blessings have been part of my journey all these years. I know that all my well-wishers who have waited for this day will be really happy for me. It was a beautiful wedding in the Italian countryside with just a few of our close family and friends with us. The one person I missed terribly was Yash Uncle, but I know he was there with us in spirit and his love and blessings will always be with Adi and me. I have always believed in fairy-tales and with God's grace my life has been exactly like one, and now as I enter the most important chapter of my life - the fairy-tale continues."