Friday, March 03, 2006

Chiranjeevi's daughter weds

Chiranjeevi's daughter weds: "Megastar Chiranjeevi's elder daughter Sushmita has tied the knots with Vishnu Prasad on March 2, 2006. In the presence of the both the families and guests, the wedding took place at exact muhuratham, 10.59 pm at the sprawling Hitex centre, Hyderabad.

The entire wedding ceremony was held in traditional manner. Sushmita's brother and cousins brought her in traditional pallaki to the wedding mandapam. The Hitex centre was decorated tastefully befitting the father of the bride. The dais was like a huge film set. Everyone who was anybody in Hyderabad was present, right from film to political personalities.

Sushmita's wedding All the big stars from Tollywood attended the ceremony. Heroes Balakrishna, Venkatesh, Nagarjuna, NTR, Ravi Teja, Siddardh, Tarun, Mohan Babu, Vishnu; heroines Trisha and Shriya and actresses Jayasudha, Jaya Pradha, Kavitha and others were present at the wedding. The high profile guests were Chief Minister Rajashekar Reddy and Tamil superstar Rajinikant. Vikram, Surya, Prabhu, Radhika and Sharat Kumar, and Suhasini represented the Tamil film industry. Other political heavyweights included Union Minister Jaipal Reddy, Shabbir Ali, Ponnala Laxmaiah, MP Lagadapati Rajagopal and T Subbirami Reddy.

The bride wore a red silk sari and the bridegroom wore traditional kurta. Chiranjeevi was attired in a white silk dhoti in traditional Telugu style. Pawan Kalyan was seen in simple dress, while Naga Babu wore Blue suit. Pawan and Naga Babu were busy overseeing the wedding works and receiving the guests.

Outside the main gate, the scene was both crowded and confused. Curious onlookers were milling around, hoping to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars. Cameramen were not allowed to take photographs.

Except for the VIPs, the others stood in queue, and produced the wedding invitation to gain entry into the hall. All guests had to go through a security check at the entrance. Vegetarian food was served at a huge hall near entrance. The menu seemed to have everything one can imagine dozens of varieties snacks, rice items, curries, desserts, rotis. "

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