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Aditi Rao Hydari reveals her wedding secrets

By Rediff Get Ahead
October 18, 2019 09:36 IST
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'I would like to get married in a really old haveli by a beach.'
'I am very much a once-in-a-lifetime love kind of person, but I feel like you can go through a few ups and downs in life to get to that forever kind of love.'

Photographs: Courtesy Brides Today/Instagram

Gracing the cover of Brides Today's October edition, Aditi Rao Hydari cut a stunning figure as a bride.

Dressed in a Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla bandhej lehenga with hand embroidery in with multi-colour Resham, sequins and zardozi, she completed the look with a bell-sleeve maroon silk blouse.

For her second look, below, she paired a burgundy coloured Bandhej layered blouse with a bandhani half sari.

In a candid interview with Brides Today, Aditi has revealed how she would like her wedding to be.

'I would like to get married in a really old haveli by a beach. And when all the serious stuff in the haveli is over, I want to take my shoes off, run to the beach, and just dance the whole night,' she shared.

'I know there is a lot of contradiction in what I am saying, but somewhere that is me--I don't like to be boxed into one thing. That doesn't work for me.'

Aditi also spoke to the mag about what love means to her. 'I am very much a once-in-a-lifetime love kind of person, but I feel like you can go through a few ups and downs in life to get to that forever kind of love,' she said.

When quizzed about how she would like to look on her wedding day, Aditi replied: 'I want to look like a Raja Ravi Verma painting—its aesthetics and all those colours. I love what is classic and timeless.

'I really loved the way my mother looked at her own wedding -- she literally had no makeup on her face, maybe just a little mascara. And that’s what I love about it -- that glow, fresh dewy skin, and innocence.

'I love that about my mum and the fact that she only wore a really beautiful heirloom mathapatti as jewellery. She kept everything really simple -- even her sari was a traditional one,' the actor added.

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