On Friday, actor Katrina Kaif posted a photo of the first sweet dish she prepared after her wedding, on Instagram. Katrina and actor Vicky Kaushal tied the knot on December 9 in Rajasthan.
Posting a photo of a bowl filled with sooji ka halwa (sweet semolina pudding), Katrina wrote, “Maine banaya (I cooked this).” She added, “Chaunka chardhana,” hinting at a post-wedding ritual.
Katrina Kaif posts picture of first sweet dish cooked by her.(Instagram)
A few hours after the couple tied the knot on December 9, they took to their respective Instagram accounts and shared several pictures. They captioned the posts with identical notes, “Only love and gratitude in our hearts for everything that brought us to this moment. Seeking all your love and blessings as we begin this new journey together.”
Vicky’s cousin, Dr Upasana Vohra recently revealed that Katrina spoke ‘only Punjabi’ during the wedding. Taking to Instagram Stories, Upasana and her husband Arunendra Kumar answered some questions asked by social media users. In the video, a user asked Upasana, “How’s the family of Katrina ma’am?” She replied, “Her family is very good. All were amazing.” A person also asked, “Did Katrina Kaif speak Punjabi at the wedding?” She replied, “Yes. Throughout the wedding, she is only speaking Punjabi.”
Another one also asked about Katrina and she replied, “Bohut acche hain. Humari family matlab unko har kisi k names se leke matlab sab aese lag raha tha ki woh teen din na hum sab matlab ek ghar mein, ek family ki tarah sab log reh rahe hai (She’s very good. She remembered everyone’s names. Those three days it felt like we were one family staying together in the same house).”
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Vicky and Katrina started dating in 2019 and they tied the knot on December 9. The private ceremony took place at the Six Senses Fort Barwara in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur. The three-day festivities included haldi, sangeet and wedding ceremonies. Around 120 guests were part of the heavily guarded gala that was also attended by filmmaker Kabir Khan, his wife Mini Mathur, actor Neha Dhupia and her husband Angad Bedi, among others.