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Katrina Kaif- Vicky Kaushal to honour both Hindu and Christian wedding traditions, say reports

Vicky Kaushal and gorgeous Katrina Kaif are all set to tie the nuptial knots in Rajasthan. Ever since ETimes broke their wedding news, several reports regarding this high-profile big fat wedding are popping in now and then. Now, as per the latest reports, Katrina and Vicky will tie the knot in two wedding ceremonies, Indian style, and White wedding. A popular celebrity photographer, in a conversation with an entertainment portal, has reportedly revealed that the couple will be honouring both Western and Hindu wedding rituals at their wedding. Meanwhile, a source close to the development tells ETimes, 'Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif's wedding is going to be a private, intimate affair with only immediate family and close friends in attendance. The couple is excited to share their joy with their friends and well-wishers in the industry too. We hear they will be hosting a celebration for the industry at a much later date.' It is being said that Katrina and Vicky along with their families are likely to leave for Rajasthan by today. Earlier, a video went viral on social media wherein the staff of soon to be bride were seen loading the family's luggage inside a car hinting that they are all set to leave for Rajasthan. On Sunday evening, Katrina was also spotted at Vicky's residence, dressed in a gorgeous traditional attire along with her family hinting that some rituals might have taken place. Meanwhile, ahead of their wedding, the security has been beefed up around the wedding venue. Reports also suggest that the vicinity of the wedding venue has been declared as the no-drone zone. ETimes was the first to break the news about their December wedding and all other deets. Vicky and Katrina will be tying the knot and embarking upon their new journey on December 9th at the Six Senses Fort Barwara in Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan. However, the wedding festivities will kick start on December 7th.

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