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Courtesy: Rediff.com
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar

Mumbai, Jan 25: Bollywood shaadis are on in full swing. And this time, it's the turn of Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh's little girl.

Riddhima will wed Delhi-based entrepreneur Bharat Sawhney (in black) in a lavish wedding on Wednesday. After a Mumbai reception the same day, the celebrations will move to Delhi, where another reception will be held on Saturday.


At the sangeet on Tuesday, the bride-to-be (second from left) made a pretty picture with her parents and her hubby-to-be.

The sangeet was well attended by Bollywood stars.


Shah Rukh Khan was there with wife Gauri. And directors Karan Johar (second from right) and Farhan Akhtar (right) seemed to be having a good time.

Interestingly, while Riddhima gets ready for a new life with Bharat, her brother Ranbir prepares to make his debut in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's new film, opposite Sonam (Anil Kapoor's daughter).


Another Kapoor family was there to wish the young couple. Jeetendra, son Tusshar, wife Shobha and daughter Ekta -- looking slim in a stylish sari -- at the grand do. 


Salman Khan was there too, sporting his new bald look.

The invitees also included Rekha, Amisha Patel, Boney Kapoor and Sridevi, Feroz Khan and Shweta Bachchan.

One of the most conspicuous absentees at the sangeet was Riddhima's cousin Kareena.


Urmila Matondkar looked dazzling in a green and pink sari. Designer Manish Malhotra stuck to safe denim and black.

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