Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas marry in traditional Hindu ceremony
On Sunday, Chopra shared a picture and a two-second video of a cricket match, captioning it “team bride vs team groom #cricket”. Indian media reported that at another pre-wedding function, guests and the bride and groom danced to Bollywood songs, including some of Chopra’s biggest hits.
The couple have been tight-lipped about the details of the actual wedding, and representatives for the couple remain unreachable for comment. They are scheduled to host a reception in New Delhi on Tuesday.
The venue of the wedding, the Umaid Bhavan palace in the heritage north Indian city of Jodhpur, has been cordoned off to the public, and Indian media reported that the couple had asked guests not to carry cellphones to any of the ceremonies.
The palace is home to the Jodhpur royal family, and is believed to be the world’s sixth largest private residence. Part of the palace has been converted into a Taj heritage hotel with peacocks roaming 26 acres of landscaped gardens.
A night’s stay in the Grand Presidential suite can cost more than 500,000 rupees ($7,168), according to the hotel website.
Chopra, 36, and 26-year-old Jonas were engaged earlier this year after a whirlwind courtship that began at an Oscars after-party last year.
Chopra, who headlined three seasons of the ABC crime drama Quantico, is one of Bollywood’s biggest female leads with acting credits in several big-ticket films.
Nick and his brothers Kevin and Joe formed a pop-rock band, The Jonas Brothers, in 2005 and soared to fame as members of Disney’s stable of teenage stars. The band split up in 2013.