Personally I know the Bride, Rohini.
She is a beautiful and polite lady.
It was my first time shooting at Batu Caves. (It was not exactly inside the cave, which I initially thought it was). So, I were actually expecting this shooting.
I arrived at Rohini's auntie's house in Bukit Tinggi at 2pm. The people are very kind and friendly. They served me murukku and drinks while we waiting for the make up artist. Rohini's cousin told me that the murukku is self-made. It is really delicious (Rohini, pls make sure you inform her) :)
We start heading to Batu Caves at 4:45pm.
It started to rain and became heavy rain afterwards. However, the rain didn't stop the thousand guests in the list to attend the wedding. The Batu Caves Sri Subramaniyar Temple Wedding Hall was soon crowded with guests. It is a nice place for Indian Wedding. Highly recommended. Nice hall, sufficient parking space, nice stage. Just that the waiting room at the behind stage needed an upgrade.
The shooting ends 11pm, after the ROM at the 2nd floor.
(Sorry Rohini that I went there late as I have no idea that the ROM will be carried out at another place other than the stage.).
Again the host was very kind to ask me to join them for dinner (became supper at that time).
It was nice shooting your wedding.
Congratulations again Mohantilak and Rohini :)