After a lot of waiting, our desi girl, Priyanka Chopra finally got married to American singer Nick Jonas.
Chopra's engagement and the lead-up to the wedding with Jonas has been covered breathlessly by Indian media. She said, "Where does she get that accent from?" He acted with Chopra in "Baywatch" and with Jonas in "Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle".
In a tell-all interview with Vogue about their relationship, the pair told the magazine that on September 8, 2016, Jonas, 26, sent a direct message via Twitter to Chopra, 36. "And I put my drink down", he says in the interview, "get on one knee-this is in front of a bunch of people-and I say, 'You're real. Where have you been all my life?"
The wedding celebrations of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas kicked off Thursday as the couple arrived at Jodhpur's Umaid Bhawan Palace in Rajasthan, India, Chopra's home country.
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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas in ensembles by Manish Malhotra for the puja in Mumbai. "She's still upset about that, her mom was in the house". "I thought it was a respectful first night", he adds. And the war was not over at this, on being asked what she would like to steal from Kareena and Shah Rukh's computers, Chopra had quipped, "Does Kareena have a computer in the first place?"
Nick apparently countered the silence by saying he was going to go ahead and put the ring (which he bought with his brothers, after they shut down a Tiffany& Co. store in London) on her finger, unless she had any objections. "I met her three or four years ago and that's what we bonded on - was how much we feel like we contribute to that as public people".
Nick and Priyanka continued to exchange texts that Nick describes as "friendly with an eye toward flirtation", however, they didn't meet in person until the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscars Party.
This will be followed by a traditional Haldi ceremony, in which turmeric powder is applied all over the bride and groom in order to bless them before they begin their new lives together.