Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, the daughter of former President Asif Ali Zardari, shared a small video of her engagement ceremony on her Instagram account on Tuesday.
Bakhtawar Bhutto: teaser of engagement video
The video shows, Bakhtawar walking down the aisle, with her father Zardari, and sister, Aseefa Bhutto Zardari. It also features her fiancé, Mahmood Choudhry. A special song composed for the engagement and wedding ceremony of Bakhtawar played in the background of the video.
“Wearing @nidaazweratelier Song by Kashif Gujjar Videography @noorulainali @alikhurshid1
Makeup @ss_zubair” wrote Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari in an Instagram post.
Soon after the engagement, social media platforms brimmed with heartwarming pictures of Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari with her fiancé, Mahmood Chaudhry, at their engagement ceremony yesterday.
Bakhtawar took to her Twitter account and shared the images herself, while a few images were released by Pakistan People’s Party media cell on social media. The images gave a brief glimpse of an intimate engagement ceremony. According to reports, only 150 people attended the ceremony.
Bakhtawar Bhutto & Mahmood Chaudhry
Bakhtawar looked ethereal in an appealing pink outfit with a Mughal-inspires statement shawl, while the groom was dressed up in an all-cream traditional outfit. The bride donned a minimal look at her engagement ceremony. She paired her pink dress with a small silver necklace. The pink floral arrangement of the engagement ceremony perfectly fitted with the pink outfit of the bride. The internet users from across Pakistan sent felicitations and warm wishes to the couple.’
Bakhtawar Bhutto wore an intricately embroidered ensemble and chaddar by designer Nida Azwer on the occasion of her engagement and looked beautiful.
With a small gathering, only friends and family members attended the gathering. PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto, virtually attended the gathering as he could not join his family in-person. Bilawal has been in quarantine after he is testing positive for coronavirus just a day before the engagement ceremony.