Katrina Kaif-Vicky Kaushal’s rumoured wedding: Drones around marriage venue will be shot down if spotted, says report


Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal‘s wedding venue to be declared a no-drone zone? Yes! you read that right. To keep the wedding a completely private affair and away from the media glamor, the couple apparently asked the authorities to declare the area around the resort no drone area so that no photos or videos are leaked. A source close to the wedding arrangements allegedly told a news portal that to ensure the greatest privacy, the couple who will be getting married soon have asked the security to drones flutter near the wedding venue. Not only that, but a source claimed that both the stars let their guests come for the wedding sign the no-photo clause. It was also reported earlier that both the stars have decided to introduce a no-mobile policy for guests at the wedding venue. There will be a designated area at the venue where one cannot use cellphones. Reports also suggested that guests arriving at the venue would not be allowed access based on their real names. Instead, they would have to reveal a secret code at the entrance, which would be handed over to them by the couple, only after which they would be allowed to enter the venue, similar to what Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja had chosen for their wedding has. Meanwhile, just a few days back, reports surfaced that the couple had set up some SOPs for the guests attending the wedding, which included no sharing of photos and location on social media, no contact with the outside world during the wedding, and many others. Meanwhile, there is still no official confirmation about their long-awaited wedding of any of the stars or their teams. But the buzz is that the couple will hang out at the Six Senses Fort Hotel in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district on December 9 and the celebration will begin on December 7