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Indian businessman hosts unbelievable looking wedding for daughter on board private jet

They hosted a massive 350 guests aboard a modified Boeing 747 aircraft.
  • UAE-based, Indian businessman has thrown a wedding aboard a private jet for his daughter
  • His daughter, Vidhi Popley, married her groom, Hridesh Sainani
  • Their wedding took place aboard a modified Boeing 747 aircraft

Published on Nov 27, 2023 at 9:34PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 29, 2023 at 5:28PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
Indian businessman hosts unbelievable looking wedding for daughter on board private jet

UAE-based, Indian businessman, Dilip Popley, has thrown an extravagant wedding aboard a private jet.

You can see the jet-setting nuptials in the footage below:

His daughter, Vidhi Popley, exchanged vows with Hridesh Sainani.

Their groundbreaking wedding ceremony took place aboard a modified Boeing 747 aircraft on Friday, 24 November.

About 350 wedding guests, mostly friends and relatives, were in attendance – and it looked like a lot of fun.

In fact, the aircraft model has already proven to be quite the party venue.

The craft was grounded at Jetex private terminal in Dubai and footage was shared on social media.

But Vidhi is simply following in her parents footsteps.

Dilip and his wife made headlines when they had their own ‘wedding in the sky’ in 1994.

They transformed an Air India flight into a unique marriage venue.

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