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DID YOU KNOW How Much a Night at Udaipur's Leela Palace, Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra's Wedding Venue, Cost?

Raghav Chadha, AAP politician, and Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra married on September 24 at Udaipur's Leela Palace in Rajasthan.

Numerous Bollywood celebrities and political heavyweights attended this opulent vacation wedding. The couple went above and above to ensure a magnificent celebration and the pleasure of their guests, booking premium resorts such as The Leela Palace and The Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, the city of lakes.

According to rumours, the couple also reserved one of the Leela Palace's most luxurious apartments for themselves. The Leela Palace in Udaipur is one of India's most luxurious hotels. This hotel is where many celebrities and businesspeople organise their weddings.

The cost of a night's stay at this hotel's rooms and suites ranges from hundreds to lakhs of rupees. In such a case, the wedding budget at this location is frequently projected to be in crores. The lowest accommodation at Leela Palace, according to its website, costs Rs 26,350 per night. The Maharaja Suite costs up to Rs 9 lakh each night. Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra chose this apartment for their wedding reception. Suites are also available for Rs 1 lakh, Rs 3 lakh, and Rs 5 lakh every night.

This luxurious hotel's brochure features a magnificent wedding package. This includes a luxurious suite, big grounds for ceremonies, and a variety of additional amenities for the bride and groom. According to this package, if you wish to have a wedding at The Leela Palace with 150-200 guests, you would have to pay between Rs 1.6 crore and Rs 2.2 crore.

Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra's wedding had a regal theme. The couple welcomed their guests in traditional Mewari manner, performing the Rajasthani Ghoomar dance. Raghav arrived at The Leela Palace on a boat adorned in Mewari style to select his wife. On September 23, the sangeet ceremony took place. The Baarat left the Taj Palace at 2 p.m. The Jaimalas, Pheras, and Vidais were present during the main ceremony.

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