The royal three-day wedding festivities will be held at a heritage property in Chauth Ka Barwara, which is about 35 kilometres from Sawai Madhopur city
Bollywood superstars Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal have chosen Rajasthan as the venue for their wedding festivities and preparations are in full swing for arguably the biggest celebrity wedding of the year. A heritage property located in Sawai Madhopur district’s Chauth Ka Barwara (famous for the centuries old Chauth Mata Temple on hilltop) is the venue for the eagerly anticipated wedding and it is located at a distance of about 35 kilometres from Sawai Madhopur city.
As per our sources, the wedding festivities will start from December 7 with sangeet, followed by mehendi on December 8 and the wedding on December 9. The celebrations will conclude with a reception on December 10. To ensure foolproof security, 100 bouncers from Jaipur have been hired and personnel from the Rajasthan Police will also be deployed outside the wedding venue. Most of the guests will land at Jaipur, which is the nearest airport, while a few are expected to take a chartered flight which might land at the helipad in Sawai Madhopur city.
While guests will start pouring in from December 4, Katrina and Vicky are expected to arrive on December 6. The couple’s close friends and family will stay at the wedding venue, while guests like Rohit Shetty, Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan and his wife Natasha will stay in a five-star property in Sawai Madhopur. Many Bollywood bigwigs are expected to attend the wedding. The entire luxury hotel with 45 rooms and 4 suites has been booked for the wedding. As per reliable sources, the couple wanted a royal feel for everything and so, be it the décor or food at the venue, guests are in for a complete royal experience. The special suite booked for the couple, designed with contemporary Rajasthani interiors, reportedly costs ₹ 7 lakh per night and it has a swimming pool too, with its own lush green garden facing the beautiful Aravali forest range and lake.
A dance troupe from Mumbai has already reached the venue and a couple of days back, the group rehearsed on Katrina’s hit Bollywood numbers. Both the families are trying their best to maintain secrecy. A source told us, “The guests will be given a secret code for entry. They will not be allowed to carry their mobile phones after a certain point, so that no pictures or videos are leaked. Drivers ferrying the guests from Sawai Madhopur and Jaipur will be given basic phones and not smartphones, so that they don’t click pictures of the guests.” Times of India