Yuvraj Singh misspells PM Narendra Modi’s name on his wedding invite

Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh (Photo Source: Twitter)

Yuvraj Singh, who is getting married to model Hazel Keech this month in Chandigarh, arrived at Parliament in New Delhi with his mother to extend an invitation to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The news, as expected, went viral. But, some keen eyes picked up a silly error in the wedding invitation. The invite had mistakenly printed PM’s name as ‘Narender’ Modi, instead of Narendra. Although, not a huge goof-up but the social media enjoyed its time sharing the snapshot of the invite.


Yuvi is all set to tie the knot with Hazel on November 30 and the event is expected to be a low-key affair. The India and England cricket teams are expected to attend a function at the team hotel on November 29. Yuvraj and Hazel’s friends and relatives are also putting up at the same hotel where the teams are staying.

The 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. 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.

Punjabi weddings are always special and colourful. Earlier, the soon to be married couple shared the wedding cards on Twitter which bore quirky designs and caricature of Yuvraj and Hazel. The glimpse of the bubbly couple is personality is also visible in the wedding cards which has a quirky look and bears a cricket-humour theme.

According to reports, Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech will be dancing to Farah Khan’s tune during the sangeet ceremony. Farah is quite a hit with sportspersons, having choreographed the sangeet ceremony of tennis star Sania Mirza’s sister.