Anjhula + Satish // A Royal Wedding in India

Couture Cinema was asked to travel half way across the world to film the Royal Wedding of model Anjhula Singh Bais and Satish Selvanathan. In the heart of India, amongst majestic palaces and breath taking vistas, Anjhula and Satish had a four-day celebration to commemorate their love for one another.

We packed all our gear; DLSR camera’s, Sliders, Mac Book Pro Laptops, Glide Cams, a wide assortment of luxury series Canon lens and set out on a 40 hour Journey to a small village in Rajasthan only to arrive at the gates of an incredible palace. Within the next 5 days we got a glimpse in to elaborate Indian customs, exquisite tradition, and a village in celebration. The wedding was the most extravagant we have ever been to. It was an incredible arrangement with everything from traditional Indian bridal events such as the Mehendi and Uptaan ceremonies to an extraordinary elephant polo match. We absolutely fell in love with our surroundings. It was a cinematographer’s dream. Vast murals lay wherever our eye wondered. To capture it all we brought our top of the line Canon Cameras, and so Anjhula’s wedding became a visual playground for us to indulge in.

A special thank you to all the great photographers we had the pleasure of working with! It was truly inspiring to collaborate with artists from across the world and see a little bit of India through their eyes. The closing shot in the trailer was taken with Akash Das’ 500 mm lens. A sincere thank you once again!


CINEMATOGRAPHY: Yaroslav Kofman, David Christopher Lee PHOTOGRPAHY BY: Akash Das, Rahul Dutta, Cimmaron Singh HAIR AND MAKEUP: Kazi Rai COURTERIERS: Maharaj Raghavendra Rathore, Vijay Arora BESPOKE JEWELRY:Gem Palace, Jaipur, Rajasthan MUSIC: Jai Ho – AR Rahman FILMED IN: Rajasthan, India

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One Response to “Anjhula + Satish // A Royal Wedding in India”
  1. Iva Iordanova says:

    Breathtakingly beautiful!!

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