Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif wedding: Band, baaja and big bucks?

Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif wedding: Band, baaja and big bucks?

We’ve got a piece of good news for all those enthusiastic fans who have been surfing social media relentlessly, eager to know every update about Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s upcoming wedding in Rajasthan. You’re likely to have a ringside view to the shaadi of the year, albeit a few weeks later. mid-day has exclusively learnt that Kaif and Kaushal have apparently sold the telecast rights of their wedding celebration to Amazon Prime Video for a whopping Rs 80 crore. It is said to be one of the reasons why the couple has been hush-hush about the wedding, even requesting their guests to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to the effect.

It may be recalled that Kaif’s actor-friend Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas, besides selling their wedding pictures to an international publication, teamed up with the OTT giant in 2019 to produce and star in an in-the-works documentary-style series that revolved around glorious weddings in the US. The series has an episode dedicated to the Chopra-Jonas wedding. When Amazon Prime was looking to bring the concept to India, the Kaif-Kaushal wedding — that kicked off with a sangeet night at the royalty-themed Six Senses Fort Barwara Resort yesterday — seemed to be the perfect start. A trade source reveals, “The OTT platform has been looking at starting a grand wedding series focusing on big Bollywood nuptials. Vicky and Katrina’s wedding will be designed as an expansive feature, tracing their love story with bytes from the two stars, their friends and family, and a glimpse of the roka that happened last month. It will give an all-access view to the four-day celebration — from the sangeet to the reception. The platform is said to be taking care of the expenses of the sangeet and mehndi events. Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, and other artistes performing at the sangeet, are apparently sponsored by the OTT channel. A team of videographers has been sent by them to film the band-baaja-baaraat.”

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The guest list has been decidedly kept small at 120, with only their close friends from Bollywood making the cut. “Every invitee has not only been given a special QR code to gain access, but has also been asked to sign an NDA contract. Barricades have been put up around the resort so that paparazzi can’t take a sneak peek into the events.” The source adds that if all goes well, the big, fat Bollywood wedding will drop online early next year.

Amazon Prime Video officials refused to comment on record for this report. 

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