I have held off writing about this wedding as long as i can, quite simply for the reason that I couldn’t seem to muster the words to describe it.
It was unlike any wedding i had ever documented – heck i would even go so far to not call it a wedding. It was more like a mass rave party where the dancing never ends, yet still preserving what endears me to weddings in the first place – heart.
You see, Mili and Bharat never believed in artificial moments. The only request they had for me (other than take photographs and photographs only) was not to pose them. Other than that one rather un-wedding-like request, I had the absolute freedom to shoot as i please.
And that was as outrageous as you can get.
Shoutout to Impressario Inc. for making the wedding such a breeze.
Special shoutout to Freya films, David and Gideon for the great company.
/ The director’s cut: Go forth, be adventurous. /
/ And if you can’t get enough, the uncut version: /
It all started with the Mehendi (henna) session at home:
The night followed with the Sangeet party at Blu Kouzina, Dempsey:
The next day at Shangri-la hotel was probably the best Sunday morning ever:
That night at Clifford Pier was pure magic. We partied, we danced, we laughed, we cried.
And so the night continued even after me, and even as I left, I could still feel the thumping of the music in me.