Divyanka looks radiant in her haldi ceremony. Pictured: "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" couple Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya
Divyanka looks radiant in her haldi ceremony. Pictured: "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" couple Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek DahiyaDivyanka Tripathi/ Facebook

Popular television couple Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya is all set to get married on July 8 and the pre-wedding ceremonies have begun. Divyanka, who flew down to Bhopal for her big day, had her haldi ceremony on Wednesday, July 6, while the sangeet and mehendi will take place on Thursday, July 7.

Some pictures from the haldi ceremony had surfaced online where the bride-to-be looked radiant in a yellow lehenga.

On the other hand, Vivek is gearing up for the sangeet ceremony. Vivek told Bollywood life that he would sing "Soch Na Sake" from the film "Airlift" if he is asked to serenade his beloved in the sangeet function. The sangeet ceremony will see the bride-to-be don a lehenga, while Vivek will sport a fusion outfit.

A few days ago, Divyanka and Vivek had recorded a special wedding track for their big day. Vivek had shared the news on Instagram saying, "Happy faces right after we heard our "wedding trailer track". It's a soulful composition, exclusively created for Divek:)."

Meanwhile, Divyanka's wedding outfit has been revealed. Divyanka has chosen a red and pink lehenga with heavy embroidery. A few weeks ago, a video had surfaced where the actress was seen visiting a popular fashion store in Mumbai and going through endless trial sessions. She picked one that suited her best but had kept it as a surprise for her fans.

In a recent interview with Hindustan Times, Divyanka had said that she was getting jitters before the wedding. "It is finally sinking in — I am getting married! I will be with one person forever. Now it feels real. At times I get jitters, as I worry about things going perfectly. It's such an important event. Vivek and I are coordinating and organising everything with the help of our families in Chandigarh and Bhopal, respectively," she had said.

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