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The fort-turned-hotel Six Senses Fort Barwara has been converted into a fortress once again for Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif's wedding ceremony as the curtains have been raised on its grand arches to avoid prying cameras.

The 'pheras' will happen anytime soon and the organisers are leaving no stone unturned to keep the security intact with watertight monitoring of what's happening inside the venue.

Earlier, leaked photos of the guests in the hotel's corridors made their way to the Internet after the 'Haldi' ceremony of the high profile wedding. Taking cognisance of the situation, the wedding planners in tandem with the hotel management have covered the key outlets of the heritage property.

As per the sources, Vicky's 'Sehra' ceremony is also underway, post which the 'Baaraat' will make its way to the wedding 'mandap'. Keeping up with the floral theme, the venue will be decorated with rustic floral elements as the actors are said to be having a royal wedding.

Katrina Kaif Chose Pink Lehenga For 'Sangeet' Ceremony

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, who are all set to finally take the plunge on Thursday as they tie the knot, had a grand 'Sangeet' and 'Haldi' ceremony.

For the 'Sangeet' ceremony on Wednesday, Katrina donned a pink lehenga while Vicky complimented his bride by choosing a sherwani embellished with roses. Katrina's lehenga is said to be designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock.

The 'Sangeet' night was also marked by electrifying performances on Punjabi tracks. Vicky's love for Punjabi beats is well-known and the 'Sangeet' featured some of the best tracks including the recent chartbuster 'Bijlee Bijlee', performed live by Hardy Sandhu and Aastha Gill as the wedding couple danced their hearts out.

The organisers at the venue have deployed Internet jammers to stop the guests and staff in the hotel from uploading any content related to the wedding on social media. Hence, no photos from inside the venue have yet come up on the Internet.

The high-profile wedding has been the talk of the town since the past month owing to its watertight security and everyone being tightlipped about the wedding.

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