They also had a formal wedding ceremony in a Hindu temple, which is uncommon for same-sex couples. The couple wanted the Sangeet-style party to be laid-back. We literally were running around the town trying to fix the clothes for our sisters-in-law and our mothers," Madiraju told Insider. When they first went viral, Shah replied to every comment on his Instagram posts. The couple posted photos from their wedding to social media, and they quickly went viral. For instance, their celebrations started with a Mehendi ceremony, where the grooms' hands were covered with henna, a tradition typically reserved for brides. But Shah and Madiraju knew they wanted to have a religious celebration in addition to their civil ceremony. And we want that to be something that we focus on," he added.
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