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Genelia weds Ritesh. Twice.

Genelia and Ritesh tied the knot - twice - as they had two wedding ceremonies to respect the faiths of each of their families. A lavish Maharashtrian wedding ceremony was held at the Grand Hyatt in Santa Cruz. The bride was clad in a Neeta Lulla-designed sari while the groom wore a white sherwani complete with red feta.
Later, they had a Christian ceremony at a church in Bandra where the bride glowed in a Shantanu and Nikhil creation.
For their wedding reception, the duo returned to the Grand Hyatt. Genelia was clad in a Ritu Kumar lengha. My take: the antique embroidery is pretty, if a bit dull for the bride. They make a lovely couple.
Photos: getty, bollywood masala magazine, filmicafe


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