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Nithiin and Shalini tied the knot on Sunday in Hyderabad. Here are pics of the couple from their wedding festivities.

P.S. Bride wore a Shantanu and Nikhil lehenga for the sangeet.



Nithiin and Shalini At Their Wedding



Nithiin and Shalini At Their Sangeet



Shalini at her Haldi

Photo Credit: Instagram/BadalRajaCompany & Instagram/OneFineDayPictures

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  1. Sorry I am not very familiar with the Telugu film industry… so my question is who dis? And why are they having such a grand wedding in the middle of a pandemic… with regards to the clothes I am really wish she had worn some traditional jewelry for the wedding ceremony… all other looks are styled well.

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    • Grand wedding as in lot of people? I don’t see any such thing… Atleast in photos unless you saw lots of people in some other website.
      Grand wedding as in too much decoration and dressing up? But it’s their wedding day and they are allowed to do so
      And ‘who is this’ as in? It says clearly… It’s Nithin. And you already know he’s a telugu actor

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  2. Bride looks lovely. 2 things, minor gripes
    Look 1 doesn’t need the gunghat dupatta at all. The north Indian twist to the otherwise lovely South Indian look is completely unnecessary. Telugu folks seem to favor this trend which I hope disappears soon.
    Look 2 is a lovely red dress, however the abrupt short sleeve on the right without an arm coming through looks a bit odd.

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    • For Look1, it is a tradition in some communities [Telangana reddys etc] for the bride to wear the ghunghat as a veil. Not entirely copied from north India ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • It is a tradition for brides from Telangana to wear the gunghat. I donโ€™t think she is copying any North Indian style

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    • I belong to a telugu community in which veil has been a must in generations.. me, my mom and grand mom wore it too.. Other telugu communities like reddys & chowdarys are adapting it in recent years.. it adds elegance, nothing wrong with that.. ๐Ÿ™‚ The mehendi and sangeet are not-so-south though ๐Ÿ˜€

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      • I am from Reddy community in Telangana. My name is also Shalini like the bride. The veil is a tradition and must for the bride for Reddys and Velmas in Telangana from ancient times and generations. It is called ‘musugu’ in Telugu. It looks majestic with the bridal attire. I always thought it was part of bridal dressing in Telugu weddings, I never thought other communities in South India don’t wear it. But Reddys and Velmas in Telangana wear deep shade of red saree for the wedding, it’s a must. I wore garnet red saree with red musugu for my wedding. The bride looks stunning , great saris and she is very photogenic. But my South Indian style is classic jewellery with classic silk sarees and langa oni. And diamond and white tone jewellery with silver zari silk sarees, chiffon, Georgette or organza sarees.

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  3. Not a big fan of diamond jewelry which has a cooler tone against sarees with gold zari work. But thatโ€™s a personal choice.

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  4. I am glad she dint opt for Sabya at her wedding, or else he would have given her another saree already worn by Deepika again (her engagement saree and the saree Deepika wore when she visited Tirupati was so similar that I could not distinguish between the two)

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  5. Like someone else pointed, I never liked the cooler toned diamond sets with pattu sarees.. Most of her diamond jewelry look the same, like a splash of white with no design.. Many rich telugu brides are opting for that, not sure why.. why not add some high end deep nakshis or jadau or even victorian accents for that matter..

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    • True. I feel the gold vaddanam she is wearing with pink saree could have elevated the look. Alas, we dont have clear picture of jewelleries she wore with tgat pink saree

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