Yuvraj Singh spells Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name wrong in wedding invitation

Yuvraj Singh could have saved a few blushes by just rechecking Prime Minister Modi's name on the card.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 26, 2016 12:28 am
yuvraj singh, yuvraj wedding, yuvraj singh wedding, yuvraj hazel, yuvraj modi, yuvraj prime minister modi, prime minister narendra modi, pm modi, cricket news, sports news Yuvraj Singh reached the Parliament to meet PM Modi. (Source: Express photo)

Yuvraj Singh is, understandably, leaving no stones unturned to make his wedding one that his guests will remember which was evident when he went to give Prime Minister Narendra Modi the invitation card in the Parliament on November 25. He may have forgotten one stone though, and that could have been turned if he had done a little bit of proof reading.

According to reports, Yuvraj had got the Prime Minister’s spelling wrong in the invitation. Instead of ‘Narendra Modi’, Yuvraj’s card had ‘Narender Modi’ on it and that was something that he could not hide. The wedding of the cricketer and the actor is scheduled for November 30 in Chandigarh. The couple had engaged in April in a low-key, private ceremony.

The traditional gurdwara wedding will take place in Chandigarh on November 30 which will be followed by another wedding as per Hindu rituals in Goa on December 2. Close friends and relatives are expected to be at this function.
The sangeet and reception will be held in Delhi on December 5 and December 7, respectively. While the venue for the sangeet is a farmhouse near Chattarpur, the reception will be at a city hotel.

Yuvraj’s father had revealed that the couple will have a “small” wedding. The wedding is reported to be an intimate affair with 60 guests, which will include Yuvraj’s close friends, family and fellow cricketers from both the Ranji team and the national team. “We are holding the sangeet, mehendi and reception on the same day, followed by a gurdwara shaadi, after which we will take Hazel for ‘darshan’ of our guru Baba Deep Singh Ji,” Yograj Singh had said to Mid-Day.