Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' Mumbai reception: Details

Deanna Kelley
December 22, 2018

Priyanka and Nick got married earlier this month at the Umaid Bhawan palace in Jodhpur, sealing their union with both Christian and Hindu ceremonies.

On December 4, the couple hosted a reception in the national capital, which was also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have returned to India to host a second wedding reception, over two weeks after they first tied the knot.

Bollywood photographer Viral Bhayani posted an Instagram video in which Priyanka planted a kiss on her groom's cheek, delighting the shutterbugs.

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Photos: Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas look lovely at Mumbai wedding reception

The Quantico star radiated showbiz glamour in a midriff-baring gown studded with crystals, adding a splash of glitz with a pair of diamond necklaces.

Among all the inside videos that surfaced on social media from the gala evening, there was one where Priyanka finally grooved on her hit number "Desi Girl" with husband Nick.

The couples initial wedding festivities spread over three days and two separate religious ceremonies. "Come December 17, she will begin shooting for the new schedule of The Sky Is Pink, while simultaneously supervising the pre-production of her Bengali film, Nalini". (Express Photo: Varinder Chawla) Rekha also attended Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas wedding reception. Both the families narrated the couple's love story through song and dance.In Pic (clockwise from top right): Priyanka and Nick; Chopra with Isha Ambani and Parineeti; Sophie Turner with the groom's squad; Chopra with Nita and Mukesh Ambani.

"It wasn't too far from here that I took Madhu out for lunch to ask her if I could marry her daughter", he told guests.

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