There is a lot of buzz regarding Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal wedding to be held in December 2021. As per a report, the couple's wedding festivities will begin from December 1 and will go on till December 7. Katrina –Vicky have zeroed down on Six Senses Fort Barwara, a resort in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan for their wedding nuptials. Now Bollywoodlife.com revealed why the star couple choose a royal wedding over a destination wedding. Unlike many others who flew abroad to tie the knot, the couple opted for a royal wedding due to their work commitment.
As Katrina and Vicky have a lot of work on their hand and they have decided to quickly get back to work post their wedding, and destination wedding in this case will occupy more days. Hence, the couple chooses a royal wedding to be held in India itself. The report read, “Opting for a destination wedding would have meant more days away from work which they cannot factor in right now due to their impending schedules. Also, the covid situation is again a cause of concern. Therefore it was best to keep it in India.” While Katrina Kaif has Tiger 3 co-starring Salman Khan to shoot, Vicky has Sam Maneckshaw biopic in the making.
Reportedly it was Katrina Kaif who chose the venue, leaving Vicky mighty impressed with his ladylove’s choice. Also, the report revealed the reason why Katrina Kaif desires to be a royal bride, it read, “Katrina wanted to get married in a pakka Maharani style, adorned with the finest traditional Indian jewellery and bridal wear. She has been mesmerized by the culture of Rajasthan. It was a Rajasthani wedding that she had attended as a guest a few years ago and the grandeur of it all remained on her mind. She always knew that when she gets married, it will be in a similar fashion.”
On the work front, Katrina Kaif’s Sooryavanshi co-starring Akshay Kumar and helmed by Rohit Shetty will be released on the silver screen on November 5, 2021. ALSO READ: Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif Wedding: Here's The Reason Why The Actress Wants To Get Married In 'Rajasthan'
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