Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s wedding to be streamed on OTT? Here’s what we know!

Discussions about the marriage of Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif and actor Vicky Kaushal have been in full swing for the past few days. According to media reports, this couple will tie the knot on December 9 in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. Meanwhile, a report has come out in which it is being claimed that an OTT platform has offered them 100 crores for the exclusive video of Vicky and Kat’s wedding. In western countries, it is a common practice that celebrities sell their wedding videos and photos to the press, magazines or sometimes any channel. There is also a huge fan following of these celebs, who want to see every incident related to their life.

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Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif's wedding to be streamed on OTT? Here's what we know!

In such a situation, if any OTT platform buys wedding videos and photos, then it gets a good audience. Now this OTT platform wants to bring this trend to India as well and wants to take forward its wedding franchise. According to reports, for this reason, the OTT platform has offered a huge amount of Rs 100 crore to Vicky and Katrina. It is being said in the report that if Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif accept it, then their marriage will be shown as a feature film on the OTT platform.

In this, not only the video footage of the wedding but apart from that exclusive interviews of some key members and friends of both the star’s family can also be shown, in which they will be seen talking about Katrina and Vicky’s relationship. According to media reports, Bollywood’s star couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh were also given a similar offer during their marriage in the year 2018 through the OTT platform. However, both had turned down this offer saying that they want to keep this moment private.

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