Saif-Bebo's engagement in Feb, marriage in Oct

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Another royal wedding is on the cards between the chotte nawab Saif Ali Khan and very beautiful, stylish and versatile Kareena Kapoor, younger daughter of Babita and Randhir Kapoor. Saif and Bebo who has been going steady for several years are now ready to walk down the aisle. The couple will get engaged in February 2012 and tie the knot in October.

“Bebo (fondly called by her friends) and Saif are getting married by the end of 2012. The engagement date has also been chalked outaround Valentine’s Day. Bebo is looking forward to the engagement,” says a source close to the actor.

The actress has worked with all the three Khans, Shahrukh, Salman and Aamir and is keen to have all of them in her wedding. She has already informed her friends to keep themselves free during those period and wanted every one of them to be part of her wedding.

“The engagement is also going to be a big celebration. The family members are already talking to their friends to block their dates for the occasion. She wants all her friends to be there at the wedding,” the source adds.

The invitation cards for the engagement ceremony will be distributed in December and they are thinking whether to declare their wedding dates in the card or not.

“Kareena is rushing against time to completeall her film committments. By the middle of next year, they will both be comfortable in their work space as Saif’s own production (also starring Kareena) Agent Vinod will also get released by that time. Saif and Bebo will take fifteen days off both for marriage, and about 10 days for the engagement,” the source adds. The honeymoon destination isBebo’s favourite spot —Switzerland or Italy.

Saif’s mom wanted her bahu to look like a royal bride and hence her wedding dress will be designed by designer Ritu Kumar.
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