MUMBAI: Katrina Kaif and her team may have dismissed reports that she would marry rumoured beau Vicky Kaushal in December. But the rumours aren't going away any time soon, with fresh and juicy information about the December wedding appearing every day.
According to speculations, Sooryavanshi actress Katrina Kaif and Sardar Udham actor Vicky Kaushal are planning to marry in the first week of December in a regal 700-year-old fort in Rajasthan's Sawai Madhopur.
The Ranthambore National Park is only a few kilometres away from the Six Senses Fort in Barwara.
The cost of a night's stay at the palace can potentially cover the expense of your family's journey to Rajasthan. The base room at the hotel costs Rs 77,000 per night, plus taxes, for a total of Rs 90,000.
The most luxurious room, the Raja Man Singh suite, costs an unbelievable Rs 4.94 million per night, including taxes, for a total of Rs 5.8 lakh. Not only that, but the apartments have an own balcony and overlook the valley. To ensure a luxurious stay, premium accommodations have jacuzzi baths, private pools, and other plush amenities.
While many elements, like as the guest list and venue, have previously been released, we now have exclusive access to some of Vicky and Katrina's wedding SOPs. We now know all of the rules that the couple has established for their wedding guests, only a few days before the big day. Check out all of the SOPs here, from a no photographing restriction to a no location sharing regulation.
- There will be no mention of who attended the wedding.
- There will be no photographing.
- There will be no sharing of photos on social media.
- There is no way to share your location on social media.
- There will be no interaction with the outside world until you have left the venue.
- Wedding planners must approve all photographs before they are released.
- At the wedding site, no reels or movies are permitted.
Omicron, a novel coronavirus variety, has become a big issue for Vicky and Kat's big day. According to a person familiar to Katrina and Vicky, the wedding planners are concerned about the amount of people the couple will invite.
"They don't want to take any chances, therefore they've decided to reduce the guest list in light of the new option."While the pair has chosen to invite all of their co-stars, directors, and producers, they are now rewriting their guest list and rethinking their plans".
There are a few visitors from overseas on Katrina's side, and that may alter with the new travel limits being released," a source close to Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal stated.