Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas finally did the engagement here in India at the desi girl’s residence. Before the engagement ceremony, there was also a roka ceremony that is among the iconic pre wedding ceremonies and symbolizes the beginning of wedding preparations for the couple. The netizens have got crazy to track every detail of their engagement in India; more because the affair was much talked about for the past few months when they both were spotted together at various events around the world. While the official announcements were denied for long, they are finally moving a step ahead and now it’s public. Nick’s father Kevin Jonas Sr. and mother Denise traveled to India to be the part of one of the most celebrated engagement ceremonies of this year that witnessed only fewer friends and family members. Here is how the ceremony built up during the day and how the best wishes unfolded for the duo!
The roka was held in the morning. A puja was held as a mark of holy blessings for the couple. This was followed by the lunch. At the request of Nick Jonas, a completely Punjabi feast cuisine was spread. All the guests including Priyanka and Nick put on the Indian traditional attire and Nick looked stunning in a simple Indian kurta!
Some photos were made available through the Instagram post by Priyanka! Her romantic pic with Nick made the news instantly!
Nick also shared the same photo with her lady love after some time.
With the news getting official, it is the time for the famed celebrities who started pouring in their congratulations for the couple.
Among the important names that offered their blessings for the couple include Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhat, Hrithik Roshan, Varun Dhawan, Ranveer Singh and many more!
In the evening, Nick’s father Kevin welcomed Priyanka into his family!
Nick brother offered the good wishes and welcomed Priyanka later in the evening.
Earlier the desi girl posted her roka pictures on Instagram saying – “The only way to do this... with Family and God. Thank you all for your wishes and blessings.”