Indian PM Modi attends Nick, Priyankas wedding reception

Priyanka and Nick are planning a honeymoon during the end of December

Priyanka Chopra, star of Indian films and American television, and Jonas Brothers singer Nick Jonas celebrated their wedding at a glitzy reception in New Delhi on Tuesday (Dec 4), joined by celebrities ranging from India's prime minister to Hollywood stars. "A heartfelt thank you to our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji for gracing us with your presence". PM Modi attended several rallies in key cities in Rajasthan before flying back to Delhi for Priyanka and Nick's reception. Touched by your kind words and blessings @nickjonas'.

The PM's gift to the couple was two roses, the same present he gave cricketer Virat Kohli and his film star wife Anushka Sharma at their Delhi reception previous year, according to Indian outlets including DNA and Times Now.

Whether it's PeeCee's Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla saree that she draped for her sangeet or her dreamy Indian wedding attire or her stunning gold Falguni Shane Peacock lehenga that she wore for her Delhi reception, she looked ethreal in all and in fact, set an extremely high benchmark for brides-to-be.

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The couple pose for pictures with family members. The Prime Minister was seen chatting warmly with the married couple.

Nick and Priyanka exchanged vows twice over the weekend in a Christian and Hindu ceremonies.

In a People magazine exclusive the couple shared photos from their wedding album, showing intimate moments from each "emotional" ceremony.

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