Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas dazzle in desi avatar for pre-wedding puja

After a week of waiting, Priyanka Chopra has finally got into the bride mode. On Tuesday (27 November), the actress hosted a liveathon, #SocialForGood, at Facebook’s Mumbai office. But Wednesday began with the  actress changing gears into bride mode as she attended the puja held at her Juhu residence, before the wedding party departs for Jodhpur.

It is not just Chopra though, groom Nick Jonas, his brother Joe Jonas and Joe’s fiancée Sophie Turner transformed themselves with very Indian apparel as they attended the first of the pre-wedding festivities.

Priyanka and Nick are expected to tie the knot in a traditional ceremony in Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan palace. 

While Priyanka donned a sky blue outfit for the traditional ocassion, it was the groom’s party that truly surprised fans gathered outside. Nick changed his stylish jackets for a baby pink kurta-pyjama. Joe Jonas followed suit with another blue kurta, while Sophie Turner decided to add a little colour with her red kurti and golden palazzos. 

The quartet were spotted entering the venue amid tight security. The police had to call off the family’s private celebrations on Monday (26 November) night after neighbours complained of the noise caused by the public and press gathered outside the residence. 

The Chopra residence in Juhu had been decked out in lights, a week before the bridal party arrived. Since their arrival in Mumbai on Saturday, Joe and Turner were also taken round the city on a night tour by Chopra. The actress arrived in Mumbai after completing her schedule for Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pink, in New Delhi.  

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The wedding party is expected to depart for Jodhpur later in the day, with the pre-wedding events set to begin on 29 November. The families are expected to be a part of a mehendi and sangeet celebrations which will take place tomorrow at the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur. 

The couple will tie the knot in a traditional Hindu ceremony on 2 December at the Umaid Bhawan palace.  

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