Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Attend Indian Wedding, But Pregnant Starlet Admits She Wasn’t Always The Marrying Type

Remember when Ashton Kutcher got into some trouble for the Popchips ads? At the time, Kutcher was in Indian garb and his face was painted a few shades darker. The whole thing turned out to be an epic disaster, and Kutcher was replaced as the spokesperson by Katy Perry.

Fast forward a few years and Kutcher’s life is extremely different. He’s engaged and expecting his first child with Mila Kunis, and when he’s in the public eye these days it’s because he’s giving motivational speeches to teens, or being on the forefront of an awesome tech investment.

According to E! Online over the weekend, Kutcher tapped into his inner “Indian roots” as he and fiance Mila Kunis attended a friend’s Indian-themed wedding. Over the Fourth of July weekend, the two dressed up in the traditional garb at the Borgo Egnazia Resort in Savelletri di Fasano in Italy. During the ceremony Kutcher, wore a red turban as he and a dancer from the wedding participated in a Bollywood dance.

The female, wearing a green dress, seemed to be doing most of the dancing, as Kutcher assisted and struck humorous poses. The dance seemed lighthearted, and at one point Kutcher lifted the woman up for an impressive spin.

Although Kutcher and Kunis were off celebrating their friend’s wedding in Italy, Ashton did make sure to post a photo on his official Facebook page to wish everyone a Happy Fourth of July. Kutcher subtly shared that the spirit of this holiday wasn’t lost on him as he shared a photo of himself handling goods out on a long table.

It makes sense that the That 70s Show co-stars would take a bit of a break to celebrate with friends. After all, the two are gearing up for a ceremony of their own, and according to Mila Kunis, it will be a private one.

Kunis spoke with W magazine for their August issue, and during the interview Mila revealed that she really wasn’t the marrying type before she fell in love with Ashton Kutcher.

“I never wanted to get married. From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage. Then things changed — I found the love of my life. Now my theory on weddings is: Don’t invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly. My parents are okay with that. They’re just excited that I said yes.”

She continued to speak about Kutcher, which is usually a subject that’s off the table when she sits down for an interview. “We all get movie star crushes. I’m marrying mine.”

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