Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' roka ceremony at the actress' residence in Mumbai was nothing less than a dream sequence from a movie portraying the 'east meets west' romance.
The roka ceremony took place with traditional rituals, followed by a puja. While the newly-engaged couple happily posed for the media, it looks like the lovebirds are now planning to tie the knot away from all the flashlights in a destination wedding.
Priyanka and Nick will be getting married in an intimate beach wedding in Hawaii, reports Bollywood Life.
There were speculations that the couple are planning to tie the knot in October this year. However, Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra has recently said that they haven't decided on a wedding date yet.
"It's too soon. These are just baseless rumours. Both of them have work commitments right now which they need to finish. They will take some time to decide where they want it and when they want it," Madhu said.
Priyanka has always maintained that she will give a loud shout-out and let the world know about her wedding. However, it remains to be seen whether Nick's parents would opt for a destination wedding in Hawaii or settle for a desi Punjabi wedding in India.
After the roka ceremony, Priyanka and Nick threw a lavish party for their close friends and family to celebrate the occasion.
During the media interaction, Madhu Chopra said that she will definitely want a traditional Indian wedding. "That's my only wish. I started the roka with a puja, which is important to me. I'm a modern mother but at heart, I'm quite conservative," she said.
She also explained what happened during the roka ceremony. "Nick enjoyed the prayers during the puja. It was a new thing for him and he took it seriously. He followed what our panditji said and chanted the Sanskrit mantras accurately. Both he and his parents did it beautifully. They are nice people. Nick is calm and mature. He's a wonderful person and everyone in the family just loves him. He's so polite and respectful towards elders. What more can a mother want."