Priyanka, Nick arrive in Jodhpur for their wedding

Priyanka, Nick arrive in Jodhpur for their wedding

Earlier today, Priyanka and Nick kicked things off with a puja, a Hindu praying ritual, at the home of Priyanka's mother in Mumbai. As previously reported, it was very "important" for Nick and Priyanka to be able to "blend wedding traditions from both of their cultures", and we can't wait to see how lovely it is when it all comes together.

The weekend before, Joe looked cool in a gold bomber jacket while Sophie rocked an oversized button-down shirt as they arrived in India for the wedding.

Chopra, 36, and Jonas, 26, are due to Wednesday at the city's opulent Umaid Bhawan Palace hotel, in the western desert state of Rajasthan, on Saturday. The duo was accompanied by Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner.

Raise your hands if you guys are excited about Priyanka and Nick's Jodhpur wedding! The couple left Mumbai on Thursday morning to reach Jodhpur with their relatives and friends.

Priyanka, Nick arrive in Jodhpur for their wedding

They have been joined in India by their families, including Jonas's brother Joe Jonas and his fiancee, British actress and "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner. Priyanka and Nick will first have a Christian wedding followed by the Indian one on December 2.

The next day, the bride and groom will throw a cocktail party for their guests, followed by a traditional Haldi ceremony which will reportedly take place on the 1 December. To ensure the privacy of both the families, the whole general staff of Umaid Bhawan, except the key management, have been sent on leave and replaced by the event management's employees and security films. Hollywood stars like Dwayne Johnson, Jonathan Tucker, Lupita Nyongo and Priyanka's co-star from her show Quantico, Yasmeen Deshante, are expected to be at the wedding. Not just her, even Priyanka's cousin and actress Parineeti Chopra was spotted at the airport all set to jet off.

For more updates, keep reading BollywoodLife.

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