Seems it’s a wedding season in the tinsel town. After Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s dreamy wedding, desi girl Priyanka Chopra is all set to tie the nuptial knot with American singer Nick Jonas soon. The international couple is said to marry on December 2 this year. Though, no official confirmation has been made from Priyanka and Nick’s side about the wedding date yet.
The pre-wedding festivities of Priyanka and Nick have kick-started. Nick along with his family arrived in India last week and a family puja was organised at Priyanka’s residence yesterday. Nick's brother Joe Jonas along with his fiancé Sophie Turner attended the family puja. They looked stunning in traditional outfits.
Priyanka and Nick were seen in traditional outfits designed by ace designer Manish Malhotra. Sharing a pic of Nick and Priyanka, Manish wrote, ‘’The gorgeous couple @priyankachopra @nickjonas ..Kick start their wedding celebrations in #manishmalhotralabel #beautiful#manishmalhotraworld #priyankachopra#nickjonas #styling.’’
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And after the family puja, lovebirds Priyanka and Nick were snapped at Kalina airport as they headed to Jodhpur at their wedding venue. Priyanka and Nick's wedding is set to take place in Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur.
Many Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities will be attending Priyanka and Nick's wedding. Dwayne Johnson will also be among the guest list of Priyanka and Nick's wedding. A Pinkvilla report stated that when Dwayne was questioned on Priyanka and Nick, he asked, ''Are they happy?'' When he was told they are very much into each other, he replied, “Well then, I take credit. Baywatch and 'Jumanji. I did it, yes…If they're happy''.
The pre-wedding festivities will start today. According to a report in Times of India, “Priyanka wanted police protection to travel from Umaid Bhawan Palace to Mehrangarh Fort and she even hired a private security agency for the same. But the Jodhpur police refused to provide them protection citing the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan.''
Umaid Bhavan Palace will remain closed for almost a week. A notice has also been put outside Umaid Bhavan with a message, “due to security reasons, the palace will be closed for public from November 29, 2018, to December 3, 2018.”