Vicky & Katrina sign Rs. 100cr OTT Deal for Wedding Footage?

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif have been offered Rs. 100 Crore by an OTT platform for their wedding footage. Will they accept the deal?

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif sign Rs 100 crore deal for wedding footage?

"They want their fans to witness all that happened"

Preparations are in full swing for the much-awaited Bollywood wedding of Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif.

With each passing day, a new report surfaces in regards to the high-profile couple’s rumoured wedding.

The most recent report surrounding the couple is that they have been approached by an OTT streaming platform to air their wedding footage.

The couple has allegedly been offered a staggering Rs. 100 Crore (£10 million) for their wedding video.

If the high-profile couple accepts the deal, the wedding will be filmed and edited by the streaming platform to be presented as a feature film.

The feature film will consist of live events, exclusive interviews of family, friends, and their teams.

A source close to the development said:

“It’s a common trend in the west for celebrities to sell off their wedding footage and images to magazines and at times even channels, as there are a lot of fans who wish to witness all that happened in the life-changing event of their idol.

“The streaming giant is planning to bring in the same trend in India too and to kick off their wedding franchise, they have offered Rs. 100 Crore to Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal.

“It’s up to Katrina and Vicky to decide on the future course of action.

“There is a possibility of them letting go of the offer and there is also a possibility of them collaborating with this giant as they want their fans to witness all that happened in the palace.”

It is unclear if Vicky and Katrina will accept the deal, especially given the couple’s secrecy around their big day – not to mention their relationship.

In a bid for privacy, the couple has implemented strict measures, including a ‘no phones’ policy for all guests at the wedding.

The same OTT streaming platform was rumoured to have made a similar offer to Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone.

However, the Bollywood duo was not keen to sell their wedding footage.

Only time will tell if Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif accept the offer proposed to them.

A total of 120 top Bollywood and other celebrities are expected to attend the wedding according to Rajendra Kishan, the District Collector (DC) of Sawai Madhopur.

Rajendra Kishan added: “These 120 guests shall follow all Covid-19 protocols and fully vaccinated guests will get entry in the much-hyped celebrity wedding.”

Meanwhile, a Rajasthan-based advocate has lodged a complaint with the District Legal Services Authority in connection with Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s wedding.

The complaint was lodged by Naitrabind Singh Jadoun against the shutdown of the road that gives way to the Chauth Mata temple from December 6 to 12, 2021.

According to reports, the lawsuit was filed against the manager of Six Senses Fort Barwara, the wedding venue, the District Collector and Vicky and Katrina themselves.

Naitrabind Singh Jadoun stated that he had no issue with the marriage itself.

He said that hundreds of pilgrims pay visits to the temple to offer their prayers every day.

Naitrabind Singh Jadoun added: “Hotel Six Senses is located on the way to the temple.

“The hotel manager has closed the road leading to the temple under the supervision of the District Collector from December 6-12.

“Due to this, the devotees are facing a lot of trouble in reaching the temple.”

It has been speculated that the main road leading from the Hotel Six Senses to the temple will be closed for the next six days.

The Rajasthan-based advocate further said:

“In such a situation, keeping in mind the sentiments of the common man and the devotees, the way to the Chauth Mata temple should be opened from the front side of Hotel Six Senses.”

Ravinder is a Journalism BA graduate. She has a strong passion for all things fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. She also likes to watch films, read books and travel.