Gana Gandini and her fiancé Dinesh Syavkumar have agreed to hold their wedding ceremony on February 6, 2022 in a virtual space; To avoid corona infection, and to ensure the attendance of thousands of their fans on the night of life.
More than 2,000 people confirmed their attendance, and more than 5,000 people expressed their wishes to attend in the village of Suvalingapuram.
And the Indian newspaper "India Today" broadcast a video explaining what will happen on the wedding day, how the newlyweds will receive their guests, and how the father of the deceased bride will appear at the wedding.
Instead of getting dressed and receiving their guests, the bride and groom will be sitting in front of their laptops, logging in to a link that takes them to a virtual location.
And about the father of the bride, the groom said: "I created a symbolic image for him to attend and receive all the guests, and this will be a very emotional moment for the bride," according to the website of the Egyptian newspaper, Youm Al-Sabea.
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