Guests attending the highly hyped wedding of Bollywood stars Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif at Six Senses Fort Barwara, located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan on December 9, will be given secret codes to keep the wedding ceremony completely confidential, he said. sources Wednesday.
Guests will have access to the wedding venue based on the secret codes they have been given.
The identities of the special guests attending the wedding will be kept confidential, which is why the hotel has assigned codes instead of names to all guests. Guests will be provided various services, such as room service, security, etc., based on these codes.
According to sources, the SOPs set for the big wedding ceremony include secrecy of wedding attendance, no photography, no sharing of photos and placement on social media, etc. In addition, guests should have no contact with the outside world until they leave the place, the sources said .
Meanwhile, preparations for the highly hyped marriage have begun at the lavish hotel in Sawai Madhopur district.
An event management company has been entrusted with the responsibility of making all the necessary arrangements for the big day.
Therefore, special suites for the bride and groom have been booked at the hotel. While Vicky shows up in the Raja Mansingh Suite, Katrina will be staying in the Rani Padmavati suit, both the most expensive suites at the hotel. The rate for the suites is Rs 7 lakh each for one night.
Both suites have private pools and degrees attached to them, while the windows open to magnificent views of the Aravali hills.
Katrina and Vicky, along with their family members, are expected to check in on December 6th and depart on December 11th.
The wedding preparations have been entrusted to six different vendors who will arrange flowers, decoration, security, transportation, food and jungle safari.
For security events, 100 bouncers will arrive from Jaipur on December 5th. Rajasthan police personnel will also be deployed to secure the safety of VIP guests.
The ‘Sangeet’ ceremony is held on December 7, followed by the ‘Mehendi’ ceremony the next day.
A special reception will be held after the wedding ceremony on December 10th.
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