What can be said about Bobby and Sharmi? Well, for starters, both are well-grounded in their adult selves, but neither is afraid to let loose their inner child. From the very first it was clear that their personalities complemented one another’s well. It was also quite clear that Bobby was out to make his future wife as happy as he could—which became even more evident on their wedding day.
Bobby is brimming with positive energy. And he knows how to pass it along. He strives to make others happy and manages it rather well since own his positive energy is so contagious. He’s a good chap and a good load of fun to be around.
As for Sharmi…well, let’s just say Sharmi was a startlingly calm bride. When her Mehndi artist was about 3 hours late, she didn’t so much as twitch, let alone fret. She may have been bothered and troubled on the inside, but she never let it come across. Not even for a second. And on top of that, she is quite the people person. In her reception speech Sharmi said, "people's success is measured by the number of friends they have and considering that I am blessed with so many, I consider myself successful.” If success is measured by the enrichment brought into our lives by our relations, then Sharmi is indeed successful—as a daughter, sister, friend and future wife.
It was an honor to be a part of such a dazzling and delightful event. Congrats guys!
The song we used for Bobby and Sharmi’s Same Day Edit features the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Entitled "Afreen," it came out in the mid 90’s and a personal favorite of mine because of its beautiful vocals, music and of course, for its rich poetry. Cheers!
Two Canon 5D, Canon 60D
35 f1.4, 50 f1.2, 85 f1.2, 135 f2.0, 70-200 f2.8, 16-35 f2.8
Cinevate Atlas 10