Friday, October 29, 2010


Vivek Oberoi and Priyanka alva wedding or marragie photos, gossips:
BANGALORE: Dashing Bollywood hero Vivek Oberoi is bound to break many hearts when he ties the knot with Priyanka Alva on 29 (Friday) October 2010. Priyanka, a 28-year-old management graduate from London, was dressed in an orange ghagra choli for the mehendi ceremony which was attended by friends and relatives.Priyanka, daughter of former Karnataka Minister, late Jeevraj Alva, will tie the knot with 34-year-old Vivek today.
The wedding day begins with the marriage ceremony at 8.30am at Alva's residence, before moving on to the Chancery Pavilion, where ceremonies and music concerts will go on till 11pm. Chief minister B S Yeddyurappa is expected to be a special guest at the wedding.
While most Bollywood stars will attend the reception on Sunday at a five-star hotel in Mumbai, Vivek's friends Sushmita Sen and Dia Mirza are expected to be in Bangalore for the nuptials. Tarun Tahiliani, who's designed the wedding attire for the bride and bridegroom, will also be present along with Kumar Taurani, producer of Vivek's 'Prince', and Sachin Gupta, who scored the music for that film. Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan Teja and Allu Arjun may also attend.
The bride's younger brother, Aditya, had his thread ceremony on Wednesday morning at the Alva residence, attended by the Oberois and about 300 more guests. Carnatic musician Manasi Prasad regaled the family with some scintillating singing.
Thursday will see a performance by Sivamani, who is slated to play between 9pm and 10pm, after which DJ Jasmeet will take over and churn out tunes from 'Rakht Charitra', 'Saathiya' and 'Prince', among other popular numbers from Vivek's hits. Bhangra is also on the cards, adding a Punjabi-Sindhi touch to the wedding.
Friday will see a shehnai recital at 11am, haldi and chura ceremony at 12 noon, sehra bandhi and high tea beginning at 4pm, baarat at 5.30pm, milni and jayamala around 7pm, followed by a flute concert by Praveen Godkhindi and a veena concert by Kannan. Dinner, another shehnai performance and pheras will wrap up the event.
K V Bhaskar Raju, director, Chancery Pavilion, is all excited. "We are very happy to host the Oberois. They are here with a lot of family and friends. Nandini Alva is a family friend, which is why they chose our hotel," he said.

Priyanka is my anchor: Vivek

Vivek Oberoi, who will tie the knot with Priyanka Alva Friday, is so much in love with his wife-to-be that he has started penning poetry about her.
One of his poems to Priyanka reads - "In a world of only two people who are each other's world..."
"I don't know how you got that, but those are my lines to her," said Vivek, 34.
"We've discovered a whole universe in each other's life. I've found the love of my life. It was an arranged-cum-love-'zyada' marriage. Every day with her is a blessing. In a world full of storms, she's my anchor. I live in a world of masks. I needed someone as real as she is. She is my home. She's the one I can come home to me. She has changed my life," he said.
Vivek, who entered Bollywood with Ram Gopal Varma's 'Company' in 2002, was earlier engaged to model-turned-entrepreneur Gurpreet Gill. But they broke off and later the actor was linked to Aishwarya Rai.
Though Priyanka's father is no more, her mother adores Vivek, who is the son of seasoned actor Suresh Oberoi.
"She's (Vivek's mother-in-law-to-be) a major exponent of art. Our two families have been friends for years. And if I may say so, my family has earned great respect and dignity beyond cinema.
"Even on a personal level, it has taken me a long time to overcome the cynicism about my work outside movies. If you are sincere about what you do, respect finally has to come your way," said the actor who was recently seen in the biopic on slain factionist-turned-politician Paritala Ravi in 'Rakta Charitra'.

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