An advocate based in Rajasthan has filed a complaint against Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, who are reportedly set to tie the knot in the coming days at a luxury resort in the state. Accusing the couple and the hotel management at Hotel Six Senses Barwara Fort, where the wedding will take place, of blocking the route to the Chauth Mata temple, the complainant has raised concerns being faced by devotees who visit the holy site.
Naitrabind Singh Jadoun, who submitted his complaint to the District Legal Services Authority, has urged for the route to be made operational. Kaif and Kaushal’s wedding location is situated on the way to the temple and, as per reports, has been closed between December 6 to 12.
The Chauth Mata temple in Sawai Madhopur is a centuries-old Hindu shrine and is visited daily by devotees. Asking for public sentiments to be kept in mind, Jadoun has put forward his appeal without any grudge against the to-be-wed couple, according to his complaint.
The high-profile Bollywood wedding is receiving intensive coverage but is yet to be publicly confirmed by the couple. Amid the buzz, both Kaif and Kaushal have left for Rajasthan. Read here.
As per reports, the grand do will have tight security, from “codes” for guests at the wedding to a no mobile phone policy. The event, expected to last four days, lists 120 guests, all of whom have reportedly been asked to present negative COVID-19 reports. Attendees have also allegedly signed non-disclosure agreements.
The big-budget event being hosted on the sprawling property in Sawai Madhopur is reportedly designed in line with a royal theme. Suites booked for the wedding have a hefty cost of seven lakh rupees per night. There are reports that the rights for Kaif and Kaushal’s wedding photos have been sold to an international magazine; read here.