By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
Punjabi singer and Bigg Boss OTT contestant, Millind Gaba had tied the knot with the woman of his dreams, Pria Beniwal on April 16, 2022, in a big fat Indian wedding. The duo had made sure to have lavish decorations and week-long festivities to make their union memorable. The couple’s stunning wedding pictures had taken the internet by storm as they had looked no less than a dream in their respective wedding ensembles.
Now, in a recent interview with a media portal, Millind Gaba’s sister, Pallavi Gaba spilt the beans and revealed some unknown stories about her brother’s wedding day. For the unversed, Millind had opted for a cream-coloured heavily embroidered sherwani suit. On the other hand, his bride, Pria Beniwal had looked like a royal princess in a gorgeous burnt orange-coloured lehenga.
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, the newly-wedded, Millind Gaba’s sister, Pallavi Gaba shared that the former’s wedding was like an ‘award function’. She shared that many renowned celebrities like Sonu Nigam, Mika Singh and Yo Yo Honey Singh were in attendance. In fact, singer Sonu Nigam had cancelled his trip to Agra to surprise his dear friend, Millind by dedicating the melodious song, Soniyo to the couple. In her words:
“Wherever we turned our heads there were celebrities. Singer Sonu Nigam was there, He even sang Soniyo (Raaz: The Mystery Continues; 2019) for the couple. He was supposed to go to Agra, yet he ensured to stop by for bhaiya. Even (singer) Mika Singh was there.”
Further in the interview, Pallavi mentioned that her bhaiya, Millind had melted her bhabhi, Pria’s heart, by singing the song Aaj Mausam Bada Beimaan Hai (Loafer; 1973). Revealing the guest list, Pallavi said actors like Akshara Singh, Suyyash Rai, Prince Narula, and singers such as Guru Randhawa were present to witness the marriage. She shared:
“The fact that such big names came to the wedding meant a lot. Honey Singh sang Desi Kalakar along with Millind and bhaiya also sang Aaj Mausam Bada Beimaan Hai for his wife. They also danced to bhaiya’s song Nazar Lag Jayegi.”
In the same interview, Pallavi recalled the joota chori rasam. This is a mischievous and fun-filled Indian ritual, in which the bride’s sisters hide the groom’s shoes as a prank and promises to return them in exchange for a handsome amount. Pallavi shared that during the joota chupai rasam, Millind had to pay Rs. 21K. She was quoted as saying:
“Even for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, he gave Rs. 21,000. Saste mein chutt gaye.”
Congratulations to Millind and Pria for their new journey!