Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, who are tying the knot on December 9, have finally reached Rajasthan with their families. While their pre-wedding festivities are expected to begin today, an advocate has filed a complaint against the couple in Rajasthan ahead of their marriage.
For the unversed, Vicky and Katrina are all set to seal the deal at Six Senses Fort Barwara, Rajasthan in Sawai Madhopur district. Reportedly, it is also known as Chauth Ka Barwara and the location is popular for Chauth Mata Mandir.
As per the latest reports, the complaint has been filed as the way to the temple has been blocked from December 6 to 12 because of Vicky and Katrina’s grand wedding. Hence, a lawsuit has been filed against both the Bollywood stars, the District Collector, and the manager of Six Senses Fort Barwara. Complainant Naitrabind Singh Jadoun, a Rajasthan-based advocate, has demanded that the road should be kept open for devotees who are facing problems in reaching the temple.
The advocate has clarified that he holds no grudge against the soon-to-be-married couple or their wedding. Reportedly, he also clarified that he’s doing this for pilgrims who visit Chauth Mata Mandir to offer prayers.
Recently, there was a buzz that an OTT giant has offered a whopping Rs 100 crore to Vicky and Katrina for the coverage of their wedding. However, it is not yet known if the lovebirds have accepted the offer or not.
After getting married in a traditional ceremony, the couple will resume work again and will not take a long break. While Vicky is expected to start work on Karan Johar-produced Govinda Naam Mera, Katrina will get busy with Tiger 3 with Salman Khan.Internet Explorer Channel Network