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The groom looked elegant, the bride fabulous

Last updated on: February 16, 2005 18:31 IST
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Sun City Garden, a posh farm house in south Delhi, saw a lot of activity on Tuesday night, February 15. It was the venue for the wedding reception of T-Series CEO Bhushan Kumar and actress Divya Khosla (Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyon).

The place was well decorated, and there was enough space to accommodate the 3,000 guests who had been invited to bless the newlyweds. Men on horses lined on either sides of the entrance to welcome guests. The pandal was designed by event designer Mehar Sarid.

Fashion designer Kaushali Kumar, the bridegroom's sister, received guests along with her younger brother, Rajat.

Mica, Daler Mehndi's younger brother, was the first celebrity to arrive, followed by Maninderjit Singh Bitta, former Youth Congress president. R K Dhawan, former personal assistant to Indira Gandhi, and Commerce Minister Kamal Nath also attended the reception.

Bhushan looked elegant in a suit with matching tie while Divya looked fabulous in a heavily embroidered lehenga choli.

"I worked on Divya's clothes for over one-and-a-half months and selected matching jewellery," Kaushali explained.

Bhushan and Divya tied the nuptial knot at the Vaishnodevi temple in Jammu on February 13. "The wedding was performed at the temple as a tribute to our father Gulshan Kumar, who was a devotee of Mata Vaishnodevi," said Rajat Kumar.

Bhushan and Divya cut a cake and took their place on stage, while singer Abhijeet sang some of his best songs.

The couple will have a Mumbai reception on February 20.

Text: Onkar Singh in New Delhi
Photograph: Sondeep Shankar

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