WATCH | After Reddy extravaganza, now Maharashtra BJP chief Ramdeo Danve Patil’s son set for big fat wedding

The Maharashtra BJP chief Ramdeo Danve Patil's son Santosh's high profile wedding is likely to court controversy.

Published: 01st March 2017 07:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st March 2017 08:00 PM   |  A+A-

Santosh Raosaheb Patil Danve (Image | Facebook)

By Online Desk

We recently saw a new bill introduced in the Lok Sabha seeking a cap on the overall wedding expenses that cross Rs 5 lakh. Despite this, there seems to be no control over the levels of extravagance that go into high-profile weddings.

Also read: Mining baron Reddy daughter's opulent wedding raises eyebrows

After mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy whose daughter's wedding made it to the headlines last year for its opulence in the wake of demonetisation, now the Maharashtra BJP chief Ramdeo Danve Patil's son Santosh's wedding is likely to court controversy. The video invite of the wedding gives a glimpse into what one can expect.

Watch the video below:

Shot by Dream Diaries, a creative photography platform, the minute-long clip has Santosh and his fiancée Renu dancing and romancing to the hit John Newman number, Love Me Again. The video has been shared over 2,500 times since the day of its posting on the official Facebook page of MLA Santosh.

Santosh, the youngest member of the 13th Maharashtra legislative Assembly for Bhokardan constituency and son of Raosaheb Danve Patil, who won from the Jalna constituency for the fourth time in the last general elections, in MoS for ministry of consumer affairs, food and public distribution.

Also Read: The gala Reddy wedding was about lots of money and lot more politics

Santosh and Renu got engaged earlier this month. Their wedding tomorrow will be held on the outskirts of Aurangabad town.

Where Gali Janardhan Reddy spent over Rs 550 crore for his daughter Brahmini's wedding, one can only assume what kind of money would go into Patil's son's wedding. The Reddy family’s multi-crore wedding not only grabbed the entire country’s attention, but also brought Income Tax sleuths fishing for clues on the source of income.


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