Are you even an Indian if you’ve not recreated a Bollywood couple pose for your wedding photoshoot? It’s a no-brainer that every Indian couple dreams of having their wedding photoshoot out of a Bollywood movie. Be it on the sets of Yash Raj; all the grooms want to feel like a hero standing on top of the Swiss Alps in their signature Shahrukh Khan pose while the bride dances around in a chiffon saree. Yes, we’ve all grown up watching endless series of Bollywood masala films and have relentlessly copied all famous dance hook steps of actors and actresses since we began walking.
There are many famous Bollywood films with scenes that capture and celebrate the Marathi marriage ceremonies between the two main characters – such as Panipat, Ek Villain, Bajirao Mastani, etc. If you too are interested to take this opportunity to find your future life partner, then create your profile today on any Marathi Matrimony site.
Don’t miss out on the chance to recreate filmy Indian movie star poses on your wedding day. You can plan the theme around iconic Bollywood films and can also rope in your parents, friends, and other family members to join in the fun. Make sure to ready some props and costumes before your photoshoot so that you can cherish these moments later on in the wedding album for a lifetime. Although to keep in mind a few things before you start shooting the pictures:
- Grab as much natural light as possible.
- Figure out your best side profile before posing for the camera.
- Do a few test pictures before you start with the actual shoot.
- Use a self-timer in case every guest is in the image.
- For candid shots, turn off the shutter sound.
- Ready your costumes and props before the shoot.
Before we get to the different poses for wedding couples, you can download any Marathi Matrimony app today to discover your perfect soulmate. Here are some ways to master the movie star poses for couples:
Ways to master the movie star poses for couples
Pose 1 – Aditya & Shraddha from Aashiqui 2
A great place to start is the most classic of all couple poses – the iconic head-joining pose from Aashiqui 2. It’s romantic, effortless, and iconic. For this pose, the groom can wrap the famous leather jacket over the couple’s head and can stand under artificial rain along with some rose petals.
It’s a very romantic pose for the wedding couple as they gaze into each other’s eyes. You can do two versions of this pose – one where the jacket covers your face and the other where you can capture the picture with your face showing. The camera will be super close up, so make sure you’re smiling and expressing yourself well. The groom can also kiss the bride’s forehead while she grabs his arm.
2. Shahrukh & Kajol from Gerua
One cannot do romantic poses without the OG couple – the king of romance, Shahrukh Khan, and his famous onscreen love interest, Kajol. With their sensational song, Gerua, they won over all the original fans of DDLJ by doing some beautiful poses in unrealistic locations.
For this pose, the bride will require a long trail of saree to fly over the couple’s faces or behind them. The groom will first hold the bride from the back. He’ll rest one arm on her stomach, and the other arm will spread outwards, entwined with the bride’s arm.
The other way the couple can do the Gerua pose is by having the groom stand in front of the bride while wrapping her arms around his shoulders on both sides. The groom can spread out his arms, and the couple can use the saree drape to wrap around themselves. Again flowers and a fan can be used as props to make the saree fly. This romantic pose is so dramatic and grand that it’ll perfectly fit with the rest of the wedding theme.
3. Shahrukh and Kajol from DDLJ
It’s impossible to miss this movie when this is where it all started for SRK himself; DDLJ is a perfect wedding couple pose since Simran’s character is also dressed as a bride herself. For this pose, the groom will have to take the bride over his shoulder in her bridal outfit while he’s wearing the stylish leather jacket and fedora cap with a feather.
The groom should look towards the bride while she looks at the camera with a smile. If this pose is difficult to mirror, then there’s always the other iconic pose of Simran running towards Raj in the mustard field. This pose can also get shot as a video, which will be perfect if it’s a daytime wedding ceremony.
4. Alia and Arjun from 2 States
Recreating the wedding scene from this movie might be the easiest task for wedding couples. This pose is well-favored because of the traditional setting in a temple, along with the iconic bridal look in the traditional jewels. The couple can place themselves on the mandap and surround themselves with buckets full of flowers and hanging garlands to recreate the wedding pose.
Then while sitting, the bride and groom can look at each other while smiling, and the camera will click. It’s a simple portrait capturing the fear, excitement, and intimacy between the two individuals right before their wedding ceremony and making for a great album picture.