It is always a wonderful feeling every time we are called to shoot a wedding for a family whom we’d have shot already. It feels like family, naturally. This time it was for Trilok & Tanuja. The groom was the brother of Vamsi, whose wedding we had shot last year. (Truth be told: Vamsi & Havishya were still the just-wed love birds and were stealing the show so often).
The Pellokodukku went well candidly. A warm and welcoming Sangeet kick started the celebrations in full swing and it was a color riot since then. Friends and family looked like one, and no one ever missed a chance to have full fun. On a different note, they didn’t go with the usual song-after-song format, but came up with a non-stop 20 minute song that rolled like a story as everyone joined in. It felt like a full circle, the dance times that the couple and their family shared on stage.
The wedding ceremony was a breeze of time, with all the rituals and traditions taking place with perfection. The ceremony also saw the chief minster of both the states (Telengana & AP) and celebrities gracing the occasion. The reception was the show stealer with the grand floral décor making it look like a Pandora land from elsewhere. It was a surreal set up and the couple couldn’t have asked for a better way to end their wedding celebrations. Looking at the way they look into each other, in fact, the celebrations hasn’t ended but just started.