Kerala, on Thursday witnessed its very own lavish Indian wedding, the likes of which has only been seen in the Bollywood and Mollywood cinemas. NRI business tycoon Ravi Pillai is reported to have spent a whopping Rs 55 crore on the wedding of his daughter Arathi Pillai with Kochi-based Adithya Vishnu at Asramam Ground in Kollam. Pillai is an entrepreneur and the chairman of the Bahrain- headquartered RP Group with a net worth of Rs 19,300 crore. The 40,000 sq ft Kalayana Mandapam, said to have cost over Rs 20 crore, was put together by Sabu Cyril, the art director of blockbuster movie Bahubali. The mandapam was modelled after the royal palaces in Rajasthan and it took the acclaimed art director and his team nearly 75 days to create. “Various parts for this set were moulded in ...Read More...
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