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Watch video: Karnataka billionaire and former BJP leader sends out invites for daughter's wedding fitted with LCD screens
It seems that wedding invites made out of coloured cardboard sheets are now passe, as mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy's family has just shown how wedding invitations can be re-invented.

The `boxed' invite of the the wedding ceremony of former BJP leader's daughter is fitted with an LCD screen playing a video of over a minute. And it's not just any video. The video features Mr Reddy, his wife, his daughter Brahmani, his son and the groom to be, Rajeev Reddy.

In what seems straight out of a film, Janardhan Reddy and his wife are lip-syncing to a Kannada song which was specially created for the wedding. In the song, the Reddy's are calling on all their friends, relatives and loved ones to come and be part of the wedding celebrations of their daughter.

While announcing the happy couple's names, the video introduces them in a grand manner. While the groom is seen walking in the backdrop of galloping horses, the bride is seen proudly swirling her wedding lehenga.

Yes, there is a regular printed invite inside the box, but even before you can get your hands on it, the LCD screen placed on the lid autoplays the video.

There is also buzz that the wedding scheduled for November 16 will see performances from stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Prabhudeva, Tamannah Bhatia and Katrina Kaif.

Janardhan Reddy, a former minister in the Karnataka cabinet spent more than three years in jail in the Ballary illegal mining case. He was released on January 22, 2015 on a conditional bail by the Supreme Court.

Watch the video of the wedding invite here:

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