Katrina Kaif And Vicky Kaushal Wedding: Couple Book 45 Hotels In Ranthambore For Guests Ahead Of Their Grand Wedding – ReportBollywood
The rumoured wedding of Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal is highly approaching. It is reported that they have booked 45 hotels in Ranthambore for the guests who are going to attend the lavish wedding
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal have maintained to be in the headlines since the last month. The reason is not new but it is their wedding rumours. It was reported that the actor duo is all set to get hitched together for life in coming December. Though the actors haven’t yet opened up about anything related to their wedding many reports are nodding a yes for their wedding. Now, according to the latest report of a leading daily, 45 hotels have been booked for Katrina and Vicky’s wedding in Rajasthan.
Earlier, it was reported that Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal will be tying the knot on December 9th in a lavish affair at Rajasthan’s Six Senses Resort, Barwara in Sowai Madhopur. Now, it is said that more than 40 hotels have been booked for rumoured actor couple’s wedding in December. As per the source of the leading portal, a lot of stars are going to arrive at the wedding location from December 7 onward. Salman Khan was also expected to come on December 9, but now the word is that he isn’t coming. The source also said that it is to be seen who comes and who doesn’t.
It was said that the first confirmed guest in Vicky and Katrina’s wedding is director Shashank Khaitan. Shashank has directed Vicky in his upcoming film Govinda Naam Mera. Further, reports also claimed that Shah Rukh Khan will be another guest to attend the rumoured lovebirds’ wedding.
According to the reports, in awareness of the recent coronavirus variant Omicron, the couple is thinking of reducing their marriage invite list. However, according to a source close to the rumoured couple, the wedding planners are concerned about the couple’s guest list. While the invite list is nearly complete, the couple held a video conference with the planners over the weekend to address any issues that had arisen in the wake of the new virus variant swiftly spreading across several parts of the world.