On December 9, Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal will tie the knot. The couple will marry at the Six Senses Fort in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, with Hindu wedding rites. According to India.com, the wedding would be attended by barely 120 people. The couple has put in place stringent security measures to ensure that no images or recordings from the wedding are leaked to the public. The couple is said to have made attendees sign a non-disclosure agreement, and there would be no cell phones or cameras allowed at the ceremony.
According to a recent rumour, Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif have given an international magazine the rights to their wedding photos and film. However, according to recent reports, an OTT business has offered the couple Rs. 100 crores to air photographs and footage from their wedding.
According to a Pinkvilla storey, the corporation will have access to all of the couple’s wedding images and recordings.
This may appear shocking, yet it has been the tendency in Western countries for quite some time. When a celebrity couple marries, they frequently sell the exclusive video of their wedding to any channel or publication, netting them a large sum of money in royalties.
If the report is genuine and Vicky and Katrina have accepted the offer, their fans will be in for a real treat. Because the wedding will be streamed in real time on the OTT platform, everyone may watch it at their own pace, convenience, and pleasure.