When God created love, he made it liberal. It is free from all the social renditions. Love doesn’t give in when the pressure increases but conquers all hearts. It is a feeling that sees no gender, no colour and no race. A similar thing happened to this couple. They saw, they zinged and they got married; not once but twice. In the perfect setting, they said ‘I do’ to each other. We are talking about the scion of Lalit group of hospitality, Keshav Suri who got married to his partner, Cyril Feuillebois for the first time in Paris and then in Goa. Their struggle and triumphs will redefine love for you.
Know Keshav and Cyril’s love story before they got married:
Keshav and Cyril fell madly in love with each other and after living together for about 10 years; they decided that it was time for them to get married.
Finally, at the beginning of the year 2018, the two got hitched in Paris. They chose this destination because same-sex marriage is legal in France and Paris is Keshav’s favourite city in the world. After their wedding, Keshav decided that things need to change in India too.
He signed a petition against Article 377 which was tagged with other 5 celebrity petitions and presented in the Supreme Court of India in front of a bench of former Chief Justice, Dipak Misra.
Getting Married In India
Keshav is an Indian at heart and wanted to have a wedding in India as well. When the Supreme Court scraped Article 377, Keshav and Cyril hosted a fabulous wedding at the Lalit Goa. Keshav was walked down the aisle by his sisters and one of them even played the dhol. It was a wedding arranged by strong women. Their mothers were the ring bearers and the entire ceremony celebrated love.
Keshav dressed up in a black kurta and jacket while Cyril wore white for the ceremony. After their beautiful beach wedding, the two cut the cake and invited their guests for an after party. The two wore colourful clothes for the occasion and Keshav even dressed up as a drag queen.
Keshav and Cyril had an overwhelming wedding in Goa which was possible only because they fought hard for it.