Vicky-Katrina Wedding: Katrina Kaif is going to take seven rounds with boyfriend Vicky Kaushal on 9 December. Katrina and Vicky will first get married according to Hindu customs. Later both will also do white wedding according to Christian tradition. Everyone is desperate to see Katrina-Vicky’s wedding photos, but the couple has banned any kind of mobile or camera at the wedding venue. Along with this, the agency handling the marriage has been asked not to leak photos under any circumstances. Recently, it was said in a report that the couple has given the footage rights of their wedding to an international magazine. However, now news is coming that an OTT giant has offered Rs 100 crore to Katrina-Vicky to get the footage.
According to the reports of entertainment portal Pinkvilla, a leading OTT platform has offered Rs 100 crore to the couple to get exclusive footage of Katrina-Vicky’s wedding. This OTT platform wants to stream the couple’s photos and videos on OTT, for which they are ready to pay a hefty amount. Let us tell you that these are very common trends in western countries and whenever a celebrity gets married, They sell their wedding footage to the magazines as well as to the channels. This OTT giant platform wants to bring this trend in India as well.
If sources are to be believed, if Katrina-Vicky agrees to this deal, then this OTT platform will stream it like a feature film after shooting and editing all the wedding functions of the couple. Apart from live moments, the footage will also cover interviews of family members, guests, make-up artists, stylists and people present at the wedding venue. However, so far Katrina and Vicky have not clarified anything about this. Let us tell you that this OTT platform also made a similar offer to Deepika and Ranveer Singh. But he refused to sell his photos.
Meanwhile, the actors and their families have already reached Jaipur. Both Katrina and Vicky were snapped at the Mumbai airport. Reportedly, Katrina and Vicky’s wedding ceremony will be held amidst tight security arrangements. Secret codes have been given to each of the guests. They reportedly can neither post photos, or videos nor disclose the wedding location on social media. The couple has made their guests sign an NDA which includes rules like ‘No disclosure of wedding attendance, no photography, no reels or videos to be made at the wedding venue, no location sharing, no sharing pictures on social media’.