Top 10 Most Expensive Wedding of India Ever

Wedding is one of the most import parts of the Indian culture. Even though every day thousands of wedding takes place in India, but few wedding and marriages make their own mark in history. These high profile weddings are not only extravagant but also lavish and luxurious. Here are the Top 10 most expensive weddings in India.

10. Alkesh Tandon and Raakhe Kapoor

Alkesh Tandon and Raakhe Kapoor

The Dubai based Enterprenuer Alkesh Tandon and daughter of Yes Bank Director Rana Kapoor was another grand affair. The exact wedding cost is not known but the estimated cost of the wedding was around 40 Crores.

9. Gaurav Assomull weds Kajal Fabiani

Gaurav Assomull weds Kajal Fabiani

The CEO of Marigold Group and Kajal Fabiani was nothing less than a fairytale wedding. The wedding took place in Monaco and luxurious hotels and places were booked for the wedding. Internationally popular rapper Akon performed in their wedding. The wedding cost was around INR 45 Crores.

8. Vikram Chatwal and Priya Sachdev

Vikram Chatwal and Priya Sachdev

The Hotelier and Actor Vikram Chatwal married Priaya Sachdev, a model in a grand style. The special guests list was huge and names like Shahrukh Khan, Nicolas of Greece, Son of Late Shah of Iran, Lakshmi Mittal were present in the event. 50,000 kilos of flower and 3000 candles were used for the decoration. The estimated cost of the wedding was 100 Crores.

7. Mallika Reddy and Siddharth Reddy

Mallika Reddy and Siddharth Reddy

The wedding of the granddaughter of the GV Krishna Reddy of GVK Group was a complete extravaganza. The wedding took place in New Delhi and the estimated cost was around 100 Crores.

6. Payal Bansal and Deepak Kanodia

Payal Bansal and Deepak Kanodia

The wedding took place in Turkey and cooks and designers were flown to serve the authentic Indian cuisine. The wedding was for around 100 crores and is one of the biggest and expensive weddings of the daughter Real Estate giant Basant Bansal.


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