The wedding ceremony will be attended by close family members and friends only and special arrangements have been made to welcome the guests including their travel and accommodation.
The much-awaited big fat wedding of the Tollywood couple Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya is all set to take place today in Goa. As per reports, it is going to be a 2-day (October 6 and October 8) affair where the celebrity couple will tie the knot as per Hindu and Christian rituals. According to a report by Indian Express, the wedding ceremony will be attended by close family members and friends only and special arrangements have been made to welcome the guests including their travel and accommodation. It is also being said that a chartered plane has also been booked to fly some special guests from Hyderabad to Goa. According to a Times of India report, the total budget allocated for this fairytale wedding is pegged at Rs 10 crore.
Speaking to Deccan Chronicle Naga Chaitanya’s father and iconic Telugu superstar Nagarjuna Akkineni however played it all down and said that the day is very important for him and around 100 names will be there on the guest list. “With Rama Naidu garu’s and our family, it’s hardly 100 members. It’s not a lavish wedding, it is the most simple one,” Nagarjuna said.
Though the wedding might be restricted to some select relatives and friends, a lavish reception has been organised in Hyderabad. “I am planning a reception in Hyderabad and the date isn’t final yet. Both Chaitanya and Samantha are busy shooting after their marriage, so I will decide the date later,” said Nagarjuna who has also acted in some Bollywood films such as Zakhm, LoC Kargil, Angaarey and others.
According to Indian Express, celebrities such as Ram Charan and his wife Upasana, Rana Daggubati and Venkatesh, Rahul Ravindran and his wife among others will be in attendance for the wedding in Goa. The couple will reportedly take a three-day break before resuming their work. The two will have reportedly decided to go for a vacation abroad during Christmas and New Year’s Eve.