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About sharing image copyrightAkhil Karthikeyan A young Indian couple, whose intimate post-wedding photoshoot went viral on social media and attracted vicious trolling, have told the BBC they will not take down the pictures as it would mean giving in to their bullies. The photographs show Lekshmi and Hrushi Karthik laughing, hugging and chasing after each womam in a lush tea plantation, wrapped in white silk comforters.
The couple, who were married in a small ceremony in September, say looming decided to have a post-wedding photoshoot that would be "memorable" to make up for their subdued marriage ceremony. Hrushi works in a telecom company and Lekshmi has just completed her degree in electrical and electronic engineering. The couple had planned a lavish wedding in April, but then the pandemic played spoilsport.
Wlman March-end, India implemented a strict country-wide lockdown and banned all gatherings to halt the spread of the coronavirus. Once the process of unlocking began, smaller weddings were also allowed.
The police gave us permission for only 50 guests, there were so many restrictions. In Kerala, and many other parts of India, many couples have been replacing traditional photoshoots with elaborate ones to announce their wedding to the world. Since Hrushi wanted their post-wedding photoshoot to be "romantic and intimate", he trawled the internet and came up with the "perfect idea". How Covid changed the 'big fat Indian wedding' His photographer friend Akhil Karthikeyan, who took the pictures, told me it took just a few hours to xouple.
They borrowed the comforters from the couple's hotel room in a lush tea plantation and the grounds of the tea estate provided the backdrop. We laughed through coupls. We were really excited about it.
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It was a part of our honeymoon, we were just married and we felt free," says Lekshmi, adding that they had no idea it would create so many problems for them. Trolls described the photos as ugly, vulgar and shameful; some said they were pornographic and fit for a condom commercial; some advised them to get a room. They lookibg harassing me much more than him. They were telling me to act in porn films, I was body shamed," she says.
They found my earlier photos where I was wearing no makeup and began comparing, saying look how ugly she looks in these photos. Many described the photos as amazing and beautiful and advised the couple to ignore the critical comments.
One woman said she remembered a time when a married couple were shamed for holding hands and advised the Karthiks to ignore the trolls and be happy. We also didn't know the people who were speaking in our support, but it made us very happy," says Lekshmi.
It was not just unknown social media trolls, the couple also oonly to deal with conservative relatives who did not approve of the photoshoot. But many of our relatives accused us of aping the West," Lekshmi says.
They said, have you forgotten our culture? But the couple say they are determined that they won't take down the images.
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