Vicky Kaushal’s close friend rubbishes reports of ‘no mobile phone’ condition at his wedding with Katrina Kaif

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Published by Jayanti Poddar on 04 Dec 2021

As the day goes on, we learn more about Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s wedding plans. Similarly, a rumour a few days ago said that VicKat had imposed several wedding requirements on guests, including no photographing, no posting of photos on social media, and so on. Are these rules true? Let’s see what their close friends have to say about it.

According to reports, the pair will tie the knot on December 9th, but the family has planned pre-wedding rites for the 7th and 8th of December in Sawai Madhopur’s ‘Six Senses Fort Barwara,’ a 700-year-old fort turned resort.

“This is the most ludicrous report that have come out in a long time,” a close friend of Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif told Bollywood Hungama. For the wedding, there are no prerequisites. At most, they might ask guests not to use their cell phones during the ceremony (which, mind you, they haven’t done). But how can they expect guests to turn off their phones and turn off their computers while they are at the venue? Is this a wedding or a NAM summit?”

Meanwhile, a well-known filmmaker questions whether Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif are genuinely getting married because they have yet to receive an invitation. “Are they actually getting married on December 9?” the director inquired. I have yet to receive an invitation. Even if they are, they cannot prohibit cell phones from being used at the wedding. We’re all concerned about our families, children, and parents.”

According to India Today, non-disclosure of wedding attendance, no photography, no sharing of images, no location on social media, and no communication with the outside world until you depart the venue are among the SOPs handed down for Katrina and Vicky’s magnificent wedding ceremony.

Meanwhile, everyone attending Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s wedding must adhere to strict COVID guidelines. The district collector (DC) of Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, Rajendra Kishan, exchanged information with the Free Press Journal. “According to the information provided by the organisers, 120 guests have been invited to the wedding, and the celebrations will take place between December 7 and December 10,” the DC added.

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