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  1. Swapna at | | Reply

    congrats to the couple ….they are looking cute ….

  2. Nidhi at | | Reply

    Blue stole looks odd..

  3. AnotherKiranInNYC at | | Reply

    finally a traditional bride properly covered up!

  4. annie at | | Reply

    The bride looks gorgeous!! After all the recent bolly couples getting marreid, this is a couple who is dressed perfectly for the occasion.

    1. annie at | | Reply

      I just noticed the blue dupatta, the pink one and the red and yellow striped one! I’m sure there is a major reason why they have all this craziness going on.

  5. KK at | | Reply

    I don’t like her outfit at all..
    There’s brown, beige, gold, pink, white, red … way way way too many colors going on!

  6. Sim at | | Reply

    does she have like 3 dupatta’s on or something?

    1. spongy at | | Reply

      i gess she has…n i gess its like…the red lahira one is tied to the blue one duiring gathbandhan…the pink one is her shawl…n the beig is the one wid the lehnga…she look gooood…jus like traditional dulhans…n how good they look together…n i love hat shes smilingggggg so badly…

      1. Ann at | | Reply

        yes..I think that its that way!!!! Think they are just following the traditions..seen many brides sport that look..

        loving both of them..wish them the best!!!! :)

        1. SK at | | Reply

          yup… they tie these dupattas together while taking pheras …

          1. SS at |

            I had 3 dupattas on during my wedding :) only thing I wore a yellow sari during the pheras ( per tradition)

  7. Pri at | | Reply

    tht blue dupatta ruins the look

  8. Shweta at | | Reply

    Hmm it’s Jesse’s second marriage…wish the couple a long and a happy married life!

  9. pdaervo at | | Reply

    too much everything :l

  10. amy at | | Reply

    they look like normal people do on their wedding day. i mean this as a compliment.

  11. Mayuri at | | Reply

    Congratulations and all that, but they both look ridiculous! The turban’s way too huge for his head and why has she mummified herself in 3 mismatched dupatta’s?

    1. SK at | | Reply

      the red one is for the pheras… the fushia one is what her in-laws wud hv given her when she wud hv gotten up from the vedi. a lot of families do not let their new daughter in law get up frm the vedi without giving her some jwllry/clothes. a lot of brides change into wat their inlaws gave them… in her case she drapped it on her arms.

      1. Mayuri at | | Reply

        But Blue dupatta? Couldn’t they have asked for a color-coordinated -with-their-attire one?

  12. gwen77 at | | Reply

    that turban…..that’s either a family heirloom that he had to wear or a very badly fitting turban

  13. lurverlurver at | | Reply

    that is one huge turban!

  14. Kiwi at | | Reply

    Nice, not overdone

  15. Ms Sachdev at | | Reply

    Timeless beauty. Best catwalker like Madhu Sapre and Achla.
    When will we see her on the cover of VOGUE?

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