• Arathi and Adithya VishnuAdithya Vishnu/Facebook
  • Arathi and Adithya VishnuAdithya Vishnu/Facebook
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  • Ravi Pillai's daughter's engagementAdithya Vishnu/Facebook
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  • Ravi Pillai has gifted expensive saree and mundu to all the invitees of his daughter's weddingFacebook

NRI businessman and head of RP Group of companies, Padma Shri B Ravi Pillai's daughter Arathi is all set to enter wedlock soon.

Arathi will marry Kochi-based Adithya Vishnu in a grand wedding, which will see the presence of many politicians, actors and socialites.

The couple got engaged at an extravagant ceremony on 25 October in Kovalam.

The 4-day long wedding function, which will begin on 24 November in Kollam, will see a variety of cultural programmes by popular actors and singers.

Singer Manjari's ghazals and actress Navya Nair's dance fusion will happen on Tuesday. 

On Wednesday, the cultural programmes will be performed by Thrisakthi, a fusion band, followed by Naga drama by actor Mukesh and his wife Methil Devika. 


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Watch the engagement highlights below:

The wedding will happen at Asramam Maidan in Kollam on 26 November during which cultural programmes by Gayathri (Bhajans), Manju Warrier (Kuchipudi), Sobhana (Bharatanatyam and Sita Kalyanam) and Stephen Devassy's fusion music will be held. The function will be presented by popular television anchor Ranjini Haridas and Vettikkavala Sasikumar and group will play the Nadaswaram.

Another reception will be held in Ernakulam on 28 November that will have Zia ul Haq's Qawwali and live music concert by Rimi Tomy and Vidhu Prathap.

It is said that more than 6,000 guests have been invited for the ceremony, for which the business tyconn might be spending more than Rs 50 crore. Reports also suggest that he will donate more than Rs 10 crore for the medical support of poor people.