The daily further quoted a source, "Priyanka has a few ad campaigns lined up, which she needs to shoot for in the coming week".
After the article got circulated on social media, it garnered huge flak from some of the members of Indian film fraternity.
Earlier, Indian celebrities including Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and Sona Mohapatra had all found this article extremely problematic and expressed their disgust on Twitter. He gifted the newly-weds (centre) a rose each and shared some moments of laughter.The bride also introduced PM to her brother-in-law Joe Jonas (second left) and his actress fiancé Sophie Turner (left), who plan to get married in the summer of 2019. "We've removed it and apologise", read a tweet on the official Twitter handle of The Cut.
The newlyweds posed for photos with their close friends and family at the Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi, India on Tuesday night. While fans had already shared their disgust over the article, Bollywood stars have also taken to Twitter to slam the worldwide article. "Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bullsh*t". What Nick & Pri have is Beautiful Love.
The article, which has since been deleted except for an editor's note, argued the marriage was "fraudulent" and that Nick and Priyanka's relationship wouldn't last.
- Khushbu Shah (@KhushAndOJ)For a publication that "shows women's what they are made of" @TheCut has a lot to answer for. It reeks of envy and bitterness.