- Nick Jonas is reportedly dancing to Priyanka's songs at the sangeet
- Priyanka and Nick are getting married in Jodhpur
- A Christian is wedding is also reportedly on the cards
Looks like Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have some fabulous ideas for their sangeet ceremony, reportedly scheduled for later this month. As per a SpotboyE report, the 36-year-old actress has signed Ganesh Hegde to choreograph for her sangeet and Nick Jonas will dance to some of Priyanka's top Bollywood songs (please include Desi Girl in your list... pretty please). A source close to the Chopras also told SpotboyE that the sangeet ceremony will be held on November 29 while the mehendi function is scheduled for November 30. As per earlier media reports, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' pre-wedding functions will be held in Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort while the wedding ceremony will take place in the Umaid Bhawan Palace.
Apart from the rumoured details of the sangeet ceremony, Priyanka Chopra featured in the list of trends on Tuesday, after pictures of what appears to be her wedding invite went viral. The reported invite was shared along with a box of macarons(yummy!), which replaced the traditional 'shaadi ke ladoo.' She took a few boxes to the sets of her work-in-progress film The Sky Is Pink and her co-star Farhan Akhtar and costume designer Eka Lakhani shared what happened next on their respective Instagram stories:
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding celebrations are reportedly starting from the last week of November and will end on December 2 with a grand wedding ceremony as per Hindu traditions. It has been reported by The Sun that Priyanka and Nick may also exchange wedding vows in a Christian ceremony where the bride will wear red instead of traditional white. The bridesmaids are expected to wear Ralph Lauren.
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