Bollywood actress and the newest bride in town, Katrina Kaif turning out to be the best Punjabi bahu. The actress got married to Vicky Kaushal on December 9 and the two went on a mini-honeymoon to Maldives post that. The two returned home and went straight to the groom’s family home. The past couple of days, the actress has been busy with the post-wedding rasam and rituals. In her first rasoi (cooking) at her Sasural, she seemed to be enjoying every bit of it. The new Dulhan in town posted a picture of the halwa she made for her chaunka chardhana rasam. Katrina Kaif who got married in full Punjabi tradition is following and doing all the rituals that every bride does and is winning hearts. The girl has become everyone’s favourite in her Sasural. Katrina’s mother in law Veena Kaushal is making sure to do all the rituals that the newly brides in the Punjab family follow.
And the husband is supremely impressed with his wifey’s halwa. He too shared the picture of the halwa with the loveable caption, “Best Halwa ever”, with a kiss emoticon.
Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif did a lavish wedding on December 9 at Six Senses Hotel. Katrina made the most gorgeous Punjabi bride ever. They shared their wedding pictures with the world on Instagram with the beautiful message, “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.”
Apart from their wedding pictures, Katrina and Vicky shared all the pictures from the haldi, mehendi and pre wedding and they are just beautiful and every bit dreamy. Katrina’s close friend and stylish Anaita Shroff in an interaction revealed that it was Katrina’s dream, to wear RED for her wedding and she indeed looked nothing less than a dream.
Katrina Kaif is right now in her sasural for all the rituals and later the couple will move into a lavish 4BHK apartment. The lovebirds of tinsel town will also host a lavish grand reception in Mumbai tentatively on December 20. They have invited all their friends and fraternity from the industry to be a part of their celebration.
By line : Divya Thearia