Cricketer Yuvraj Singh aka Yuvi ties a knot and exchange his vows with model-turned-actress Hazel Keech on 30th November after a year of their lovely engagement ceremony. The wedding was performed as per the Sikh rituals. The event took place at the dera of Baba Ram Singh Ganduan Wale in Fatehgarh Sahib, 40 kms away from the cricketer’s hometown. The couple had gone through ‘Anand Karaj’ ceremony yesterday and they got blessings of Dera head Baba Ram Singh.
The wedding venue, was chosen by Yuvraj’s mother Shabnam Singh,which was decked out with strings of green and yellow flowers.The wedding was a low-key affair with only couple’s close friends and family were invited and tight security arrangements were made near the Dera. The celebration continued late at night on Wednesday.
The couple matched the dresses,the newlyweds wore maroon-and-gold attire. Yuvraj wore a velvet sherwani paired with a maroon turban. Hazel looked stunning in a wine-red lehenga with heavy golden embroidery and an embroidered dupatta. Yuvraj’s father and former cricketer-actor Yograj Singh did not attend the wedding ceremony of his son on account of the wedding being overseen by a Dera leader saying,”He believes in god, not religious leaders.”
According to the Financial Express, Hazel’s parents had attended the wedding ceremony of their daughter. her father was seen in green kurta and white churidaar and the mother was was dressed in a plain beige kurta and a turquoise dupatta. The couple had a grand pre-wedding bash on November 29 with the mehendi session, sangeet and cocktails party taking place the same day.
The wedding was timed very well that the Indian cricket team players could attend it. The last Test between India and England was played in Mohali and it ended very well and the team players took take a break and attend the wedding ceremony of their very own good friend and indulge in welcoming the recreation of their friend on his special day.
Those who sat beside the couple were keen to witness the rituals while devotees inside the hall were more interested in the dera head reciting the holy verses, a rare thing for them. Yuvi’s fans tried to sneak a peek at every window of the hall, making videos and clicking photographs.