Anand and Ammu’s wedding at Alapuzha on February 4 was a magical and unique wedding!
Ammu, the bride appeared at her wedding in a glass cabinet onstage, all decked up in golden silk amidst billowing smoke.
The rousing reception that Ammu got on her grand entry soon gave way when someone noticed that it was now the groom’s turn to have vanished into thin air.
The bride then conjured up her husband-to-be from within a giant lotus which bloomed at just the right moment on stage.
The lone child of writer Rajasekharan Muthukulam and C Sreelatha, Ammu had always been fascinated with the magical world since the age of three. A self-taught magician, Ammu specializes in vanishing tricks and escape stunts and has even driven vehicles blindfolded.
Having done her post-graduation in Cinema and Television, Ammu is also the recipient of several awards for excellence in magic including the Junior Chamber International India’s Yuva Prathiba Award and the Kalithattu Muthukulam Award.
Ammu gushes to The News Minute: “I’m so happy with the way my wedding turned out. It’s indeed a memorable occasion for me. It was Achan (father) who came up with this idea to try something different so as to make my marriage stand out from scores of weddings that take place daily. Once we agreed on the manner in which it could be done, artist Sujathan known for his famed theatre backdrops and a close family friend volunteered to design the stage. So everything just fell in place.”
Apart from Anand and her own immediate family and a few chosen friends, no one was privy to the secret which was planned to take their guests by surprise.
Source: The News Minute