Nick Jonas & Priyanka Chopra Host Second Wedding Reception in India

Priyanka & Nick Are Glowing

Priyanka & Nick Are Glowing

Meanwhile, the couple recently admitted they found their Western nuptials - which was officiated by the "Jealous" singer's father - particularly emotional.

Looking at her hubby, she added, "And this is my husband, Nick Jonas".

Priyanka and Nick tied the knot at the Umaid Bhawan Palace and had two wedding ceremonies - a Christian and a Hindu - amid family and close relatives.

Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra and USA pop singer Nick Jonas, who tied the knot earlier this month, hosted their second wedding reception on Wednesday in Mumbai. The couple addressed all their well-wishers who were in attendance.

Priyanka Chopra also posted the same picture on her Instagram story and wrote, "Perfect". Though the two belong to entirely two different cultures, they have honored each other's traditions.

The Happy Couple

Priyanka wore an off-shoulder Sabyasachi anarkali, while Nick wore a suit at the reception.

The newlyweds had previously hosted a reception in New Delhi on December 4, and will host another in Mumbai on Thursday. She will also appear in the Hollywood flick Isn't It Romantic.

Priyanka Chopra thanked the guests in an emotional speech. Her traditional, bespoke ensemble was embedded with crystals, and hand-embroidered motifs like elephants, birds, flowers and butterflies from the Jodhpur wedding.

Nick Jonas' mother, Denise Miller-Jonas poses for the camera in a sparkling black gown. He completed his took with a bow-tie.Embracing the Indian culture, he welcomed the guests with a warm "namaste". We can't take our eyes off their lovey-dovey pictures and the smile on their faces says it all.

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