There’s much activity going on in the Bigg Boss house these days, as Sara Khan and Ali Merchant get ready to tie the knot on telly on November 10. It will be telecast the following day.Ali’s parents will attend the wedding while Sara’s parents may not turn up. But her mama (mother’s brother) will definitely make an appearance.The other guests include Sara’s mentor Rajan Shahi, and common actor friends Jai Bhanushali, Parul Chauhan, Priya and husband Jatin Shah. The guests, unlike the family members, will not be allowed inside the house; they will get to see the wedding via a projector installed outside the house.
All the housemates are busy preparing for the big day. They have been divided into ladkewale (the groom’s side) and ladkiwale (the bride’s side). Housemates in the girl’s side have taken up the responsibility of decorating the house with fresh flowers and rangoli.
All the housemates have been given a task to choreograph a song in pairs of twos. The song highlights the three stages of a couple’s life together — before marriage, the wedding and post-marriage, to be dedicated to the bridal couple.A dholak and a book of lyrics were given to them to help them learn the songs for the various functions over the week.
A game called Untying the knot was played among the housemates to bring about a sense of togetherness among them. Sara’s hands are tied up by the boys and Ali was asked to untie it with his teeth, and then vice versa. Whoever took lesser time to untie the knot could ask the other to do a funny or an embarrassing dare.
Designer Vikram Phadnis has designed the bridal outfits for the couple. Ali’s sherwani will be have soft colours and will be embellished in antique gold.
Sara’s lehenga will be embellished with intricate zardosi, gota and kundan embroidery. Vikram has picked kundan and jadao polki jewellery from Jaipur to compliment her outfit. He will enter Bigg Boss tomorrow morning.Watch Bigg Boss on Colors at 9 pm to watch the week-long wedding. The mehendi ceremony was held on Monday. The sangeeet and haldi ceremonies will take place on Tuesday, followed by the wedding on Wednesday.