Priyanka, Nick, Parineeti Leave Jodhpur Post Wedding

Priyanka, Nick, Parineeti Leave Jodhpur Post Wedding

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As and when every custom was taking place during the wedding ceremony, Priyanka Chopra's brother Siddharth Chopra was explaining the significance of every custom that took place to the Jonas family and gave them a better understanding of what was happening right in front of them. The Quantico star has been a huge supporter of Green-Diwali campaign, and hence, firecrackers at her wedding didn't go well with social media users. She was quoted as saying,"Trollers have their own life". And fans can't stop commenting on them. Further adding, "These trolls have the nastiest things to say, but they won't say it in face".

Nick is said to have arrived on a horseback for the wedding. "It all began as a fierce song & dance competition between the families but ended, as always, as a huge celebration of love", the actress captioned her post on Instagram. And what a performance it was.

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Not only Nick but Priyanka also collaborated with Amazon to design a special wedding registry, which cost $14,000, but for which Amazon pledged to donate $100,000 (Rs 71,13,500) to UNICEF. "And so planning our wedding with an amalgamation of both was so so incredible". An important part of the pre-wedding rituals for the girl in an Indian wedding is the mehendi.

From the bride's side, all her close friends and family members, including mother Madhu Chopra, brother Siddharth and cousins Parineeti and Mannara, were present at the ceremony. However, one aspect about Priyanka's mehendi's caught our attention and we thought of sharing the same with you.

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