Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding isn't over yet


Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Salman Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Anushka Sharma, A.R. Rahman, Katrina Kaif, Parineeti Chopra, Karan Johar, Anil Kapoor, Kajol, Vidya Balan, Kiara Advani, Rajkummar Rao and Raveena Tandon were among the quintillion stars who attended the reception. Soon after guests started arriving at the venue the bride and groom made a stunning appearance and sent the paparazzi in a tizzy. The newlyweds were all smiles as they posed for the paparazzi. Deepika and Ranveer looked breathtaking in black and gold outfits.

Priyanka and Nick had tied the knot in a multiple-day wedding ceremony at the Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur.

On Wednesday, Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra hosted a reception for the couple's family members and media.

Nick Jonas always makes sure to never step on Priyanka Chopra's dramatic trains on the red carpet - and at their wedding too! The dance video of Nick is now getting viral.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding isn't over yet
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But all eyes were on the star's enormous diamond necklace from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection.

The couple previously celebrated two wedding ceremonies: a Christian ceremony on December 1 and a Hindu ceremony on December 2. The newly-weds then travelled to Delhi to host their first wedding reception, which was graced by the Honourable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi amongst other prominent names from the business, politics and fashion world. The 36-year-old actress wrote on Instagram, "Nick and I were looking forward to the sangeet (musical evening), another pre-wedding ritual. and to see what each side had put together".

The couple then returned to NY to complete their work commitments.

She said: "I'm gonna take your attention for two seconds".

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