What is better than one wedding in Andaman? Well, obviously two. :) But what is better than that? Getting to meet Hiren and Simran ( couple from the first) on the wedding day of the second couple :) and also finding the most loveable bunch of people in the wedding entourage, who have gone from absolute bunch of strangers from Delhi to people I can incessantly torture!Read More
This wedding happened quite a while ago. So, whatever I remember might be slightly made up.
Aditi wanted to meet me a day prior to the wedding and she conveniently made me wait for at least 2 hours?!! It did not please me, but I had to put on a patient demeanour . This of course delayed my dinner with Anushree ( who was to shoot this wedding with me ). Also, I happened to see a gruesome accident en-route said dinner with Anushree. Clearly, it wasn't the finest start to a wedding.
But, much of that was about to change.Read More
Far too often we are advised to let go of things. Maybe it is not always a great idea. Adithi and Varun's story spans a decade. A decade of good and bad times and plenty of roadblocks. They decided to hold on to each other and people around them. Now, because they chose not to let go they managed to pull off a wedding where literally every "vendor" was a friend. Every aspect (the venue host, the decorators, the makeup artist, the videographers and the photographer ) of this happy backyard forest Goa wedding was created by friends and family. I thoroughly enjoyed documenting their 2 days of happiness, I hope you enjoy the pictures as much :)Read More