Your Wedding, Your Bollywood Movie

Posted on March 11th, 2012 by meet

Your average Indian Wedding has emotional drama, functions with no deadlines, budget fit for a king and a whole lot of glitter and dance which sounds like a racy script for a Bollywood movie.

We take our weddings seriously. I suppose we always wanted to be in the movies but then movies are a family business, and I am not related to Amitabh Bachan.

Here are some key elments of a Shaadi err . . a Bollywood Movie.

5 Reasons you need a Wedding Planner

Posted on March 8th, 2012 by meet

Planning a wedding is like running a circus. You have to juggle knives and make sure that the lion is fed.

As Indians we tend to take our shows very seriously. The aunties knit picking on the smallest of the details. Give the number of wedding I have attended I can confidently conclude that there are 2 types of couple. One who enjoys their wedding and the one who does not. The couple that enjoys their wedding most likely has a wedding planner, or a ring master if you would like.

Here are 5 reasons to hire a Wedding Planner

Genelia and Ritesh's Wedding

Posted on March 7th, 2012 by meet

The Ritesh-Genelia wedding was a long-awaited affair since they had silently started dating after one of their films together, way back, in 2003. It was a star-lit affair held at the Mumbai Hyatt, in Santacruz, where the entire b-town was present. Ritesh and Genelia

Top 5 Indian Weddings

Posted on November 10th, 2011 by meet

After burrowing the internet for hours, I realised this one deserved a blog.

Here is what I feel are the top 5 Indian Weddings of all time.

5. Mallika Reddy and Siddharth Reddy

There is a never ending debate between North India versus South India and honestly, I do not want it to end. I feel it keeps our rather laid-back population competitive.

This one goes out to the Billionaire GV Krishna Reddy’s beautiful granddaughter, Mallika Reddy to Siddharth Reddy, son of Indu Group's Indukuri Syam Prasad Reddy. I suspect this was more of a business arrange marriage you know, same caste multi-millionaire backgrounds, you get the idea.

Here is a little video, I found on YouTube for the wedding.

A host of Telugu filmstars, directors and producers, corporate India’s Mukesh Ambani, ministers, MPs, chief ministers of several states and political leaders were present.

Indian Weddings according to an American

Posted on November 9th, 2011 by meet

Too indulged in our deep rooted culture, this gives a fresh perspective on how we are perceived.

I figured he is referring to a Gujarati Wedding as we can see “Stick Dancing”