Ex-Karnataka Janardhan Reddy's daughter's wedding invitate is a true multimedia experience
According to the Deccen Chronicle report, ex-minister in the BS Yeddyurappa government Gali Janardhan Reddy has made a special invitation for his daughter Bramhani's wedding.
The extravagant wedding invitation to the wedding of former Karnataka minister Gali Janardhan Reddy's daughter will make all the 'big fat wedding' invites look lame. The invitation consists of a box, which when opened exposes an LCD screen with a text saying 'Bramhani Weds Rajeev Reddy' and a video starts to play.
The longer-than-a-minute video features Reddy, his son, and wife singing Atithi Devo Bhava (the guest is like God). It introduces the to-be-wed couple and the bride swirls in front of the camera in various outfits. There is also a printed invite inside the box.
As is plainly visible on the video put up by NDTV, the couple gazes at each other coyly before quickly cutting to the bride swirling around in her lehenga. Apparently, the engagement ceremony was also very lavish. Unsurprisingly.
India TV reports that the wedding is due in November. Janardhan Reddy, touted to be one of the most powerful men in Karnataka, was sent to jail for three years and released on bail last year in connection with an illegal mining scam.
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