Priyanka-Nick’s Indian wedding is all about love and tradition, see photos

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Priyanka-Nick’s Indian wedding is all about love and tradition, see photos

"All Nick wanted was a possible fling with Hollywood's latest It Woman, but instead he wound up staring straight at a life sentence with a global scam artist", it read.

In screenshots obtained byIndia Today, writer Mariah Smith begins her since-deleted article by declaring Chopra a "superstar".

'The most special moment was when the curtains opened and I saw him at the altar...

Priyanka and Nick confirmed their engagement in August this year after a private Roka ceremony that took place at her Mumbai residence, which was followed by a grand party.

In her first post-wedding interview, Priyanka told NDTV about the wedding: 'I've spoken in front of heads of state, on the most prolific stages of the world but I was most afraid on this day. By 2015 she had established herself as a major Bollywood star and made the jump to the U.S., where she headlined the now-cancelled TV drama Quantico.

As you can bloody imagine, the backlash hit hard with Jonas' brother Joe Jonas and fiancée Sophie Turner ripping into the article on Twitter.

Visibly shocked by the tone of the article, actress Sonam Kapoor has described it as "sexist, racist and disgusting". "Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bullshit". "These kind of random things can't disturb it", she said.

However, the magazine has now removed the piece and apologised for the same on their official website.

At the event, Pri and Nick radiated happiness as they posed for red carpet photos and stared lovingly at each other.

While it is completely fair to share one's opinion, however, presence of mind and choice of words is a must while doing so.

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