Amisha Bhardwaj family, wedding pics: 19 facts, age, height, weight, biography, wiki, husband, son, daughter, date of birth
Delhi girl Amisha Bhardwaj has become an internet celebrity overnight. Her wedding video, which shows her performing to Cheap Thrills by Sia, is breaking the internet. In the video, Amisha shows off her coolest dance moves, while getting ready for her destination wedding. Her couldn’t-care-less attitude and wild, unrestrained dancing has got people talking. Wearing chooda on her wrists, funky shorts and a pair of sunglasses, she grooves to the song in a totally uninhibited fashion.
Amisha had no idea that the video would go viral. “I never imagined that people would go crazy about it. We shot it while I was getting ready and waiting for my bridegroom, Pranav, who was late. I was super angry, as it was a beachside wedding and I wanted it to be perfect. My videographer suggested that we dance to kill time. I didn’t know that the video would be so cool. I’m getting friend requests and messages from people across the world. But the best compliment came from my husband. He said he is proud of me because I am so bindaas,” says Amisha. “My in-laws are also going crazy about it. They have been complimenting me and sharing the video with friends.”
Pawandeep Singh, owner, Coolbluez, who made the video along with his partner Surpreet Kaur, says that he didn’t want Amisha’s wedding video to be mush-loaded and melodramatic. “She wanted something cool, quirky and out of the box. We thought that a video of a bride dancing to a fun, peppy number with her bridesmaids will be cool. Cheap Thrills by Sia seemed to be the perfect pick. Amisha is a confident girl and she performed flawlessly,” he says.
It’s almost a Bollywood night
A performance by the bride herself at her wedding is one of the newest wedding trends. “Brides practise for months under experienced professionals to put together that jaw-dropping performance on their big day,” says wedding planner Swati Chiripal. “It’s like a Bollywood awards function. Everything has to be perfect. These are memories for life, and people give it their best.” “Brides are no longer shy and coy these days. They are totally chilled out and they want to make their big day ‘happening’. They want to enjoy the day instead of just smiling like a mannequin,” says Singh.
While some people have a lot of fun shooting videos, there are brides and bridegrooms who are not so ‘cool’, and they find these wedding videos a torment. But they just have to do it because their cousins and friends have done it, and they can’t let their family down by refusing.