Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal are Married! See First Photo

Katrina Kaif and Vicky
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On December 9, Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif married at the Six Senses Fort Barwara in Rajasthan, amid tight security. The first photos from their wedding have been released. He donned a sherwani and she wore a pink lehenga.

Neha Dhupia, Angad Bedi, Gurdas Maan, Malavika Mohanan, Sharvari Wagh, Radhika Madan, Kabir Khan, Mini Mathur, and others were among those who attended. Salman Khan, Katrina’s close buddy, and his family, however, did not attend the wedding. For the Da-Bangg tour, he flew to Riyadh.

Mika Singh, however, told Bollywood Life that he had been invited to Vicky and Katrina’s wedding but had to decline owing to ‘other work responsibilities.’

Vicky and Katrina are said to have sent a welcome basket to their guests, along with a message asking them to keep their phones in their rooms before attending the ceremony.

Vicky and Katrina had kept their relationship a secret until now. In the year 2019, they become joined for the first time. While they avoided discussing their personal lives, they were frequently spotted together at gatherings and even on holidays. They also reportedly spent New Year’s Eve in Alibaug with their siblings, Sunny Kaushal and Isabelle Kaif.

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Vicky embraced Katrina with a hug at a special screening of Vicky’s film Sardar Udham in October. She later complimented him on his performance. “@shoojitsircar such a vision, such a compelling gorgeous picture, pure unadulterated storytelling – @vickykaushal is just pure talent, raw, honest, devastating,” she said on Instagram Stories with a poster for the film.

Vicky appeared on Into The Wild With Bear Grylls last month and described the type of woman he wants to marry. “You just sense that connection when someone makes you feel at ease all of the time.” Also, if there is that understanding, where you love each other for both your pluses and minuses, and we help each other become a better version of ourselves,” he explained.