Khan’s sister Arpita’s wedding ceremony

Actor Salman Khan along with his sister Arpita Khan & brother in-law Ayush Sharma and actor Aamir Khan during her wedding ceremony at Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad on 18 Nov. 2014. (Photo: IANS)

A lot has been heard about the wedding preparations and the guest list of the grand celebration was also out. Well who really made it to the wedding and blessed Arpita was a question. The venue Falaknuma Palace was decorated royally with lots of lights and and flowers. For the grand wedding ceremonies the horses, the camels and the wedding band baaja group were also already at the wedding.
Now its all out and the Falaknuma Palace witnessed some glitters yesterday as Salman Khan brought in a grand wedding there. The theme of the wedding is Punjabi wedding and the Nizam Qawwal are also a part of the musical performance at the wedding.
The grand wedding cake was a mastermind of Mumbai based baker Pooja Dhingra. The cake was around 150 kilos and it took three days for the cake to be baked. The cake was of many tiers with gold macarons, it had the layers of golen foil and it had the initials of the bride and the groom that is ‘AA’ imprinted on it.

To keep the media away from the wedding there was a tight security arranged. The media had to maintain their distance of minimum 2km from the Falaknuma Palace and beyond that their entry was banned. The cars with the invitation ‘AA’ attached to the car where allowed in the vicinity. The security was so strict that the guest who were not so close to the Khan family were not allowed to carry their phones inside the wedding.

The wedding extravaganza was full of entertainment where Aamir Khan also sang the song from his movie Ghulam “Aye Kya Bolti Tu?” along with Salman Khan and Mika Singh and later on Priyanka Chopra also joined them. Salman Khan also performed at the wedding party along with his stepmother Helen. Mika Singh and YoYo Honey Singh also performed and sang few popular numbers. All in all it was one of best wedding in the recent history.