'KatVic' wedding updates: Keeping it low-key, Haldi ceremony to have 'closest family and immediate inner circle'

Groom to ride 7 horse-drawn chariot the Punjabi way

'KatVic' wedding updates: Keeping it low-key, Haldi ceremony to have 'closest family and immediate inner circle'

A welcome note by the organisers for the guests of Vikey and Katrina in attendance at Hotel Six Senses Fort Barwara is making waves on the Internet. Image: IANS

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, December 8

The celebrations are in full swing as Bollywood star couple Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal are all set to start their new life as a married couple.

Keeping it low-key, their Haldi ceremony will only have their "closest family and immediate inner circle".

A source close to IANS said: "Just like the wedding, the Haldi and Sangeet are also going to be a private and intimate affair with their closest family and immediate inner circle of friends." 

"Their friends who will be attending the wedding have known the couple since they were teenagers." Keeping in mind the Cocid protocols, the source added  that the lovebirds want to "limit the guests for the safety of everyone involved." Earlier, 'mehndi' was used to decorate Katrina's hands. Her family and Vicky's family members also got 'mehndi' done on their hands. After the Mehndi programme that lasted for about an hour, the Sangeet ceremony started.

"Having said that, the couple is looking forward to celebrating with their industry friends at a later date and they will be planning a reception with them sometime soon." The couple are getting married in the picturesque Six Senses Hotel Fort Barwara situated in Rajasthan's Sawai Madhopur district, which has been decorated with a heritage look as the couple wanted something natural other than the artificial decor.

photo: Twitter@IANS 

Vicky Kaushal will arrive in style at the wedding venue, riding a seven horse-drawn chariot.

The 'sangeet' ceremony too was rocking. On the request of the couple, the 700-year-old Six Senses hotel fort Barwara situated in Sawai Madhopur district, has been decorated with a heritage look as the couple wanted something natural other than the artificial decor.

Pic: Twitter/IANS 

Sources said Vicky Kaushal would be riding a white-coloured chariot driven by seven horses.

The security of the wedding ceremony venue is being looked after by the company of Salman Khan's bodyguard Shera. Shera's company is looking after the hi-tech security of the wedding, said sources.

Vicky's big family welcomed the bride to
the family with a grand celebration. Photo: @IANS

On Tuesday, in the sangeet ceremony, the bride and groom danced merrily on the trending dance songs.

The family and friends also shook their legs on the occasion. Fireworks and colourful lights lit up the fort.

Earlier, Sojat's 'mehndi' decorated Katrina's hands. Her family and Vicky's family members also got mehendi done on their hands. After the mehendi programme that lasted for about an hour, the sangeet ceremony started.

The luxurious property, a Fort converted into a hotel, has been lit up in bright yellow lights for the wedding celebrations and is guarded by private security personnel and bouncers.

Around 50 celebrities having joined the celebrations so far and more are expected to come on Wednesday and Thursday.

With inputs from IANS

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