The animal protection organization is, however, pleased to see more celebrities taking an interest in animal welfare.
Over the weekend, Chopra also shared some gorgeous photos from her Mehendi party. Chef Karan Bakshi, further informed a daily that this team of chefs were also curious to learn to cook Marwaad's spicy food and various non-veg dishes.
While the couple didn't say they were officially married - Indian weddings are typically dayslong affairs - they both posted festive pictures of themselves on social media and talked about the work they had put into planning the wedding. How incredible is that right?
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"It all began as a fierce song & dance between families but ended, as always, as a huge celebration of love.Each family telling our stories through song and dance, filled with lots of laughter and love", Chopra wrote Sunday on Instagram.
Before this, the much talked about '#NickYanka' wedding, drew the ire of social media users who pointed out at the use of fireworks, which lit up the Jodhpur sky on the night of December 1 - the same day the couple exchanged wedding vows in a Christian ceremony officiated by the groom's father. Today, Bipasha Basu wished the newlyweds writing, "This is how it's meant to be ❤️A lifetime of happiness together❤️Congratulations @priyankachopra and @nickjonas ❤️You guys make an adorable couple".
The pair were spotted leaving Jodhpur for Delhi, where they will be continuing the rest of their festivities.
Sophie, who is Joe Jonas' fiancee and Priyanka Chopra's soon-to-be sister-in-law, was seen joining in all the celebrations - from cheering with the bride in a picture from the mehendi ceremony to dancing at the sangeet in a red lehenga. Nick was impressed and said that he and PeeCee should take more.