Royalty! Elegance! Grandeur. The Mughals have quite impressed the Ul Mulk’s & Farooqui’s with their grandeur and their royal balance of beauty and glamour.
Even though the Mughal theme is regarded traditional and beautiful all by itself, the mehendi musical night of Adnan Ul Mulk & Nida Farooqui on the 28th June, 2018 at Taj Lands End, Mumbai added a twist to it by modernising a tad bit .
NEARLY ALL DIVAS LIKE DIA MIRZA, URVASHI RAUTELA, ROHIN PURI, MYRAA SAREEN & MANY OTHERS DESCEND DOWN TO PERFORM AT THE MEHENDI MUSICAL NIGHT AT NAWAB OF KURNOOL ADNAN UL MULK AND QUEEN-TO-BE NIDA FAROOQUI’s ROYAL WEDDING CELEBRATIONS :
MESMERISING MEHENDI MUSICAL CARNIVAL OF THE NAWAB OF KURNOOL ADNAN UL MULK AND QUEEN-TO- BE NIDA FAROOQUI’s PRINCELY IMPERIAL WEDDING PALATIALLY STATELY PLANNED BY CINEYUG CELEBRATIONS.At the Majestic Mehendi
The function gave the guests who came from all across the world, an insight into the legacy of Ul Mulks. The groom was brought in with a royal procession of dancers.
Reminiscing about the Mughal era and bringing the glory of the period alive, the pathway to the entrance of the venue was lit on both side and further decorated flowers. The complete venue was transformed right from the entrance into a Royal Mughal Palace with well dressed darbans with huge fans to welcome the guests.
When the guest arrived, the welcome girls attired in lady Mughal costumes offered the Gajara (flower strings) tying on the wrist of guest and other girls showered the rose petals thereby traditionally welcoming the guests in Mughlai style. A Red, Maroon and Gold colour palette was used and looked perfect keeping in mind the theme and nature of the event.
Heavy jewellery like – Maang Tikkas, Mathapatti, Payal were gifted to them as a gratitude by the bride & groom’s family. While the ladies had fun every single minute being the Mastanis, men too kept the mughal fashion theme high with their breathtaking attires.
Dia Mirza not only hosted the evening but also performed to the tunes of Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya, , Dil Cheez Kya Hai, Salaam-E-Ishq Meri Jaan. A beautiful Kishti performance was organised in Nida Farooqui’s honour by Urvashi Rautela on Deewani Mastaani, Tum jo aaye, Nagada Sang Dhol, Ghoomar. The evening also saw performances by Rohin Puri, Myraa Sareen
Mughlai dishes were displayed on the buffet, which were draped with satin and duly lit up from behind to match the ambiance so created. The choice of food brought the real taste of India to the wonderful and food-loving people from all across the world. Their ‘fit-for-kings’ menu included quite a few dishes that don’t regularly grace wedding banquets in India.
The evening saw the presence of dignitaries like- Sanjay Nirupam, Kripa Shankar Singh, Digvijay Singh, Actress Nagma Rani Rena kumar of Muradabad , Nawab of loharu Duru miyan, Milos Ambassador (Serbia)- Diplomat; CJ Roy- Business Honcho; TG Venkatesh- MP Kurnool; Bharat TG Venkatesh- Son of TG Venkatesh; Dhammika Perera- Business Honcho; Gamini- Business Honcho; Thilanga Sumathipala- Sri Lankan Cricket Board President m, Mohammad Morani, Lucky Morani,
Mohammed Morani, managing Director of Cineyug said “Cineyug is privileged to be associated with Nawab Ul Mulks & Farooqui’s to plan their children’s big day. Like always, we had a clear vision to ensure clients satisfaction . We had a collaborative approach for Adnan Ul Mulk & Nida Farooqui’s Royal Wedding. We strive to deliver high-quality production and excellent services retain trust with clients over the long term”
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