Madhu Chopra on Priyanka Chopra’s wedding: She looked like a princess

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madhu chopra on priyanka chopra's wedding

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in Jodhpur on December 1 and 2. (Photo: Instagram/priyankachopra)

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in a lavish ceremony at Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace on December 1 and 2. The couple first tied the knot in a Christian ceremony that was followed by a Hindu wedding. In a conversation with DNA, Priyanka’s mother Madhu Chopra revealed that she “broke into tears” when she saw her daughter dressed as a bride.

Madhu Chopra said, “It was an emotional moment for everyone. I broke into tears when I saw Priyanka dressed as a bride. I had waited for this day all my life.” It was Madhu’s wish to have an Indian wedding for Priyanka and the same was followed. “We followed all the rituals to the T. There were no shortcuts. I wanted an Indian shaadi for her and Priyanka knew that. She fulfilled my wish. It’s lovely to see the amount of love people have for her and Nick,” she revealed.

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Madhu felt that Priyanka “looked like a princess” at the Christian wedding. “I was at a loss of words. When I saw Priyanka, I couldn’t control my emotions. The white gown was so beautiful. My baby looked like a princess,” she said.


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Priyanka was dressed in a red Sabyasachi outfit for her Hindu wedding. For the Christian wedding, she wore a Ralph Lauren dress with a 75-foot long veil.

Following the wedding, the couple threw a wedding reception at Delhi’s Taj Palace on December 4.

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It is being expected that Priyanka will host a wedding reception for her Bollywood friends in the coming days but the details of the same are still awaited.


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