Indian PM Modi attends Nick, Priyankas wedding reception

Indian PM Modi attends Nick, Priyankas wedding reception

Indian PM Modi attends Nick, Priyankas wedding reception

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas hosted their reception in Delhi.Just like their Jodhpur wedding, the Delhi reception was a fiercely-guarded event.PM Narendra Modi made a special appearance amid tight security.Here's a look at the event.

The magazine took it down after much criticism following an apology on their website which read, "Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards. We've removed it and apologize".

The backlash became so loud that Chopra's soon-to-be sister-in-law Sophie Turner (who's engaged to Nick's brother, Joe Jonas) responded to the article.

"At times, marriage can be a beautifully wonderful union that warms even the coldest of hearts, but sadly, this union evokes no such feeling", she wrote.

Meantime, Nick Jonas was cast as a hapless groom "blinded by love" and unable to see through his bride's supposed machinations. The article on Priyanka was sexist, racist and disgusting.

Many celebrities and fans expressed their disgust for the controversial article. "It reeks of envy and bitterness", Sonam tweeted. I totally get that getting married in a palace is extravagant, but-AND THIS IS IMPORTANT-having week-long, multiple-ceremony weddings that involve dance performances at the sangeet, numerous outfit changes and hundreds of guests is not unusual for Indian weddings. The couple Wednesday in an elaborate 5-day celebration which included a slew of traditional pre-wedding ceremonies as well as an official Christian ceremony and Hindu ceremony on consecutive days.

When prodded about details on her upcoming honeymoon, Priyanka simply said that she doesn't know yet since she is already busy with work. For those unaware, the article was written by Mariah Smith. Another comment read: "Forget petty".

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