Actors Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif are rumoured to be getting married in December this year. It is also said that preparations are in full swing. And as per a report in ETimes, Katrina and Vicky's wedding outfits will be designed Sabyasachi. The report further stated, "They are currently in the process of choosing fabrics for the same; Katrina has chosen a raw silk number for her ensemble, which is going to be a lehenga."
However, in a recent chat with BollywoodLife, Katrina Kaif denied all the rumours. On being asked why the rumours started, the Sooryavanshi actress said that she herself has been wondering how these rumours start circulating around town since the past 15 years.
Despite the actress denying all the wedding rumours, a new report in ETimes states that the actors are planning to get hitched in the first week of December and they have locked a royal venue in Rajasthan's Sawai Madhopur. ALSO READ:Katrina Kaif Shuts Down Reports Of December Wedding With Vicky Kaushal
The report further read that the wedding will take place at the majestic Six Sense Fort Barwara, a 14th century fort that has been converted into a sanctuary and wellness spa. Owned originally by the Rajasthan Royal family, it includes a palace and two temples within the walled fort. The design, as part of the conversation effort, beautifully brings back the ambience of a bygone era dating back 700 years.
In August, it was reported that Vicky and Katrina secretly got engaged. During an interview with RJ Siddharth Kannan, Vicky revealed his first reaction to the rumours. The actor said that he did not have the mental space to deal with the report as he was then busy shooting.
He said, "To be honest, mere pass woh mental space hi nahi tha, because I was right in the middle of a shoot... Funnily enough, what happens is, these rumours start at 9 o'clock in the morning by the media and by 4.30, the media only negates the same rumours and says 'no, it's not true'. So you don't have to do anything. I had my blinders on, on my work, and I keep focusing on work."