By Neelam Jain Last Updated:
Gone are the days when the cameras use to come out only for the mehendi, sangeet, vidaai and reception. Times have changed and the regular moments aren’t enough to be captured. New-age couples want the memorable record to be outstanding and one-of-a-kind.
Be it the pre-wedding, party, the ceremonies or the main wedding; they want those to have a glam and vivacious twist. The wedding film should break the boundaries and catch the right elements. One such video that is going viral is of dapper groom Jainesh and chic bride Divya.
They have taken a fashionable step forward and have designed their story on the hit song suit suit karda. The duo has put their Bollywood love into action and has come up with a surprising cinematic style videography.
A Bollywood song and great beats can always set the mood for anything romantic and upbeat. This short film captures all like any Hindi movie; wooing your partner, love, romance, the drama, guests and family values.
We simply love the heroic groom, his killer Punjabi swag and his rockstar avatar.
Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like. It is the new addition to the whole concept of filming where you don’t have to wait months to see the video. Mumbai-based photographer Megha R Israni who created the video says,
“It’s a beautiful way to celebrate the event especially for the guests who couldn’t attend the wedding on time. The entrance, the first look or the pre-wedding bash that people have missed on can be enjoyed right there. I shot the entire video in two days and it was edited overnight to be shown to the people at the reception. People loved the innovation.”
The album is the perfect blend of the rituals, the pre-wedding pool party, the beginning of the romantic journey of the couple, the celebrating guests and the magnificent venue (Aamby Valley City, Lonawala).
Moden-day photographer Megha Israni adds,
“I tried to incorporate all in the video. But that doesn’t mean I compromised on the conventional factors. The colours, emotions and the opulence of a big fat Indian wedding is still there. There was this whole event I tried to incorporate. I also avoided any kind of pressure on my actors (the bride and groom) and let them be comfortable in their own skin. Starting from the entrance, grand beach venue, sangeet, dance night, ring ceremony and baraat; we did not miss on anything."
The groom-centric video is spreading on social media like wildfire and taking the whole concept of a wedding film to new heights. It’s more like a music album which has come out gorgeously and the shoot at the beach of Aamby Valley, Lonavala looks straight from a fairytale.
The groom Jainesh says,
“We wished to be experimental and try something cool and hatke. Me and Divya wanted special moments to be captured in a special way. And when I was assured about it, I took the plunge. The video completely mirrors the movie-look and feel. Though the style is edgy, those who swear by the conventional frame can still get to see the usual naach gaana and traditional aspects. It’s not just a music video but a story that speaks about the excitement of the unmarried couple, sentiments, fun and a happy ending.”
You can just bank upon this exceptional and edgy wedding shoot for inspiration and motivation. The format is quite encouraging and gives you a need to capture your lovely and divine moments in a fun and impressive way. Let us know if this lovely idea inspired you and the song you are planning to represent for your wedding video.
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