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How to Plan a Perfect Wedding: Brief Guide

By: Aleksander Pichkur

Ideally, a wedding is a one-time event, so everything at it should look, sound, smell, and taste great. Every detail, from the location to napkin patterns, takes a lot of planning. After all, there wouldn’t be so many wedding romcoms if things were too easy. To make this day truly special, you’re going to need some free time, imagination, and a strong will to stay sane when it’s all over.

Some couples put a lot of effort and money into making their wedding memorable and still manage to mess something up because of poor planning. Let’s not repeat their mistakes and make sure the best day of your life lives up to your expectations. So here’s a basic guide to planning a perfect wedding.
Start with a checklist

Before you begin planning your every step, you should think over your action plan in detail because rash decisions can cost you a lot. Make a checklist before taking actions. Any process is a set of consecutive steps: misplace one or two, and the whole plan will begin to crumble.
A checklist will let you look at your wedding from another perspective, picture it as a project, and understand what steps to take next. Besides, you need a checklist for budgeting. With a cost estimate, you’ll see that the same budget can be distributed differently.
Firstly, study the wedding process itself; conduct a so-called marketing investigation. There are probably couples that have already used some of your ideas at their weddings. Check out their stories; find out what difficulties they faced, how they planned their celebration, and how they solved problems. About six months before the wedding date, start making up a list.
Six months before the wedding
One of the most important relationship rules says that all major events in a couple’s life should be planned well in advance. Why should you start so early? To avoid 90% of troubles that come with the lack of forethought. Time flies, so don’t wait too long.
– Pick a date for the solemn event.
– If you’re planning a trip right after the wedding, check if the tickets are available. Plus, you can get them at a nice discount when booking them in advance.
– Contact agencies that provide wedding services in your city to compare the prices, so as not to waste precious time before the wedding.
– Check if some of your friends and family can help you with preparations.
– Make an approximate guest list.
– Get a gym membership to make sure you’ll look great.
– Make a cost estimate.
Three months before the wedding
It’s time to apply for official registration of your marriage. Take your time to celebrate this occasion with your significant other. Once it’s done, proceed to the next part of your to-do list. Three months before the appointed date you need to:
– Pick a church for the wedding and discuss the details of the ceremony with the priest.
– Start looking for a wedding dress. If you can’t find one, consider ordering an individual design.
– Buy wedding rings.
– Choose your best man and bridesmaid and make sure they’re ready to do their part.
– Finalize the guest list.
– Start printing invitations and searching for a banquet hall.
Two months before the wedding
The less time you have, the more troubles pop up. When there’s only two months left, you should start taking care of details.
– Find a professional photographer and cameraman.
– Find an entertainer to keep the guest busy (if needed).
– Start learning the first dance and pick the song.
– Order the wedding cake.
– Plan the bride’s hair and makeup.
– Start sending out invitations.
– Order a wedding convoy (if needed).
Two months before the ceremony, you should begin looking for a groom’s suit, and the bride’s dress should be ready by this time. If you doubt you can make it in time, consider hiring a wedding agent.
One month before the wedding
When there’s one month left before the ceremony, the banquet hall and menu should already be approved, and all the details of the interior of the banquet hall should’ve been bought. The last few weeks are critical – go back and recheck everything you’ve already done because soon, there won’t be time left to change or fix something. Here are the final preparations:
– Discuss photo shoot locations with the photographer.
– Order a wedding bridal bouquet and groom’s boutonniere.
– Contact all guests and make sure they’re coming.
– Browse through the wedding script with the entertained (if you have one).
– Buy all the missing accessories for the bridal outfit.
– Invite friends to a party.
– Think over activities for the second wedding day (if scheduled).
A few days before the celebration, take care of small details, like champagne bottles for a photo shoot, make a seating plan for the guests, put your new shoes on and walk in them for a while, check the weather forecast, etc. When the day comes, stay cool because you know you’ve planned everything, and it will work just fine. Just don’t forget the rings.

Password Bengali film info and reviews

Password is a 2019  Bangladeshi activity spine chiller film. The movie produced by Superstar Shakib Khan, under the pennant of SK Filmsand coordinated by Malek Afsari. It was the 2nd film produced by Shakib Khan, before that he produced the motion picture Hero: The Superstar discharged in 2014. The film star Shakib Khan, Shabnom Bubly Emonbesides new faces Rani Ahad can be viewed as the lead job. Aside from this, Misha Sawdagor, Amit Hasan, Don and others have likewise assumed the job of this film.

Directed by Malek Afsari
Produced by Shakib Khan
Mohammad Iqbal
Written by Abdullah Zahir Babu
Starring
  • Shakib Khan
  • Shabnom Bubly
  • Rani Ahad
  • Amit Hasan
  • Misha Sawdagor
Production
company
SK Films
Distributed by SK Films
Release date
TBA
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Cast


  • Shakib Khan
  • Shabnom Bubly
  • Emon
  • Rani Ahad
  • Amit Hasan
  • Misha Sawdagor
  • Don

Jodi Ekdin 2019 film info and reviews

Jodi Ekdin is a Bangladeshi Bengali Romantic Drama film written and directed by Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz, Starring Srabanti Chatterjee, Tahsan and Taskeen Rahman.

 

Jodi Ekdin

Directeor Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz
Producer Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz
Starring Srabanti Chatterjee, Tahsan and Taskeen Rahman.
Music by
Production house
Distributed by
Release date
8 March 2019
Running time
2 hours
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

 

 

Ahaa Re film info and reviews

Ahaa Re is a Bangladeshi Bengali Romantic Drama film written and directed by Ranjan Ghosh, Starring Rituparna Sengupta, Arifin Shuvoo, Paran Bandopadhyay

 

Ahaa Re

Directeor Ranjan Ghosh
Producer Ranjan Ghosh
Starring Rituparna Sengupta, Arifin Shuvoo, Paran Bandopadhyay
Music by
Production house
Distributed by
Release date
22 February 2019
Running time
2 hours
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

 

Info

Executive Ranjan Ghosh ticks all the privilege boxes with regards to a flighty reason. A rich Bangladeshi Muslim, Farhaz Choudhury (Arifin Shuvoo), jettisoned by his better half, comes to Kolkata as head culinary specialist of a four-star kitchen; a white collar class Hindu (that too a Brahmin), Basundhara Ganguly (Rituparna Sengupta), who runs a home nourishment cooking administration, is more seasoned than Farhaz, and medical attendants a dim mystery from her past. Also, utilizing the mechanism of sustenance, the combination of Epaar Bangla and Opaar Bangla (East and West Bengal), the film diagrams the course of their romantic tale.

Nonetheless, that is the extent that the whimsy goes – the account that plays out is as level as Coke that has lost its bubble. In an early succession in the movie, Farhaz tells his associates, ‘Cooking isn’t about guidelines however creative ability.’ The chief could have done well to pursue the adage – sadly for the film, he defies a few norms with regards to the reason, yet the execution is totally ailing in creative ability.

There are two essential blemishes that harass the film. One, the all out absence of science between the two heroes. Here, I am not by any means searching for ‘sizzling’ vibes – I comprehend that Basundhara is the kind of character not given to obvious presentations of energy, what with the shadow of her past hanging over her. Additionally, Arifin Shuvoo’s to a great extent one-note execution does not help the reason for the relationship either. Indeed, there’s more sparkle in his collaborations with Basundhara’s ‘father’, Atanu Ganguly (a superb Paran Bandyopadhyay), than with her.

Two, at 150 minutes the film is lethally overlong. There are expansive entries where nothing truly occurs – and these are not even state of mind building minutes. Also, deviations that nearly make one jump, similar to the Holi bhaang arrangement among Farhaz and his Punjabi companion (stand-up comic and creator Anuvab Pal in a woeful instance of miscasting – the kinship and sympathy between them is as unconvincing as Pal’s fake Bengali-Punjabi highlight). Also, what is that bit about a property merchant doing in the film? What’s more, for what reason does everything should be spelt out? Was that flashback to Basundhara’s past extremely important, after we have been told about it? For what reason does Atanu Ganguly need to underline the unity of Hindus and Muslims, refering to models like Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri, Sharmila Tagore and Tiger Pataudi, Kazi Nazrul Islam and Promila Devi – in a succession that winds up being inadvertently entertaining? What’s more, the adage ridden, exaggerated last seventy five percent of the film – including an apparently endless peak – after Basundhara’s past is uncovered in the end sinks the film. Which is as much a mistake as an unexpected given the power over his art Ranjan Ghosh exhibited in his past trip Rong Beronger Korhi.

At last what you are left to appreciate are two exhibitions. As the old patriarch who bristles at being tended to as meshomoshai by outsiders, who shares of tea and ghoogni at the roadside slow down with obvious relish, who is contemptuous of diners serving ‘Bangali pizza’ mushrooming all finished, who longs to learn enchantment at this ready seniority, and who is tolerating of the hand destiny has given him and of the likelihood of a connection among Farhaz and Basundhara, Bandyopadhyay is by a wide margin the best thing about the film. Sengupta, who is additionally the film’s maker, conveys with significant restriction directly through just to waver in the movie’s end minutes.

There are two or three downplayed successions in the film where Farhaz clarifies the riddle of what we call chocolate enhance as a blend of taste and smell, underlining how cooking is a craftsmanship that mixes propositions faculties with contact and locate, and another where Atanu discusses the enchantment of affection. Tragically, the film needs experiences on the two tallies. In a meeting in the run-up to the film’s discharge, Ranjan Ghosh had portrayed it as one where ‘nourishment is the body, love is the spirit’ – well, for me, the body here is fairly ill defined and the spirit tragically absent.