5 Most Expensive And Extravagant Indian Weddings Of All Times

Weddings in our country are no less than a grand festival. India is very well known for its festivals and also for the Big Fat Weddings. So, here is the list of  some of the most expensive Weddings Of our country!

1.Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal

When we are talking about the grand Weddings, how can it be possible that the name of Ambanis won’t be included in the list. The Wedding of Isha Ambani daughter of Mukesh Ambani is one of the most costliest Weddings Of India. 

Isha Ambani got married to Anand Piramal on 12th of December 2018

At the Ambani residence Antilia in Mumbai. Isha wore a 90 crore lehenga for her big day. Their marriage costs Rs 700 crores, topping our list of most expensive Weddings.

2. Sushanto Roy and Seemanto Roy

Former Indian billionaire Subrata Roy and Seemanto Roy got married in a double ceremony in 2004. After their marriage, Sushanto Roy arranged marriages of 110 womens who can’t afford their own marriage cost. The duo’s Weddings costs Rs 5.54 billions.

3. Brahmani Reddy and Rajiv Reddy

Brahman Reddy and Rajiv Reddy tied knot in 2016. The marriage was held in Bangalore. Many bollywood stars and VIPs attended the wedding with around 50,000 other guests.Three thousand security guards were recruited for the celebration.5 billion rupees were invested in the marriage. 

4. Shristi Mittal and Gulraj Behl

Shristi Mittal married investment banker Gulraj Behl in December 2013. Their marriage took place in  Barcelona and around 500 guests were invited in the wedding. About 200 butlers and cooks were flown into Spain from India and Thailand for the occasion. The wedding costs around Rs 500 crores.

5. Amit Bhatia and Vanisha Mittal

Vanisha Mittal daughter of Lakshmi Mittal the steel tycoon of India, got married to Amit Bhatia in June 2004. They tied the knot in France in a historic 17th-century castle. Many bollywood stars including Shah rukh khan performed at their wedding. 200 crores were spent for their grand Wedding.

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