Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas arrive in Mumbai for dreamy destination wedding

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas arrive in Mumbai for dreamy destination wedding

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas arrive in Mumbai for dreamy destination wedding

The groom-to-be just arrived in India for the D-day and joined his ladylove in Delhi for a Thanksgiving dinner. Priyanka has been stationed in Delhi for the last couple of days shooting for her upcoming film, The Sky Is Pink.

Priyanka, Nick, director Shonali Bose and producer Siddharth Roy Kapur are seen in the accompanying pictures. Priyanka Chopra's wedding celebrations are expected to be a lavish affair.

The cake reads: "Congratulations to our dear bride-to-be P.C.J". After Deepika Padukone, it's Priyanka Chopra who will be walking down the aisle. Reportedly, the Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur will be witnessing the grand wedding, and the couple will be flying to the destination a day or two prior to their special day.

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas arrive in Mumbai for dreamy destination wedding

Following the pre-wedding festivities, there will be a cocktail party on November 30 and a hald function on December 1. As per the latest reports, the royal wedding will be followed by two receptions - one in Delhi and another in Mumbai.

The Desi girl has already hosted three back-to-back parties overseas including a bridal shower in NY and a bachelorette and a pajama party in Amsterdarm. While Nick will be performing a medley of his favourite songs for Priyanka, the actor will be performing to her most popular dance numbers, which she has herself chosen for the occasion.

Nick and Priyanka announced their engagement in a traditional roka ceremony held in India earlier in August.

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