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After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place!

  • Hyderabad-based photographer is in controversy for a pre-wedding shoot at Hampi
  • He was earlier questioned for shooting inside the portion of Mysuru Palace owned by the Royal family
  • This time he has used the heritage site including Mahanavami Dibba for the pre-wedding shoot
After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place Venky
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A report in the local channel stated that Photographer Venky is in controversy after a video of a couple's pre-wedding shoot at Hampi was shared on the social media platform.

Venky was earlier questioned for shooting inside the portion of Mysuru Palace (a pre-wedding shoot), which belonged to the Royal family and was not open for shooting.

Again, similar claims are being made against Venky for shooting at the 'no permission' sports in Hampi. The Hyderabad-based photographer has used the relics of Hampi, Mahanavami Dibba, the palace premises as background for the shooting. These places are forbidden for photography, and it is said that people are not allowed to climb the Mahanavami Dibba.

However, it can be seen in the video that the couple was made to climb the Mahanavami Dibba too.

Now, this has created a controversy. If this trend is followed by others too, then the beauty of heritage site will be in trouble.

After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place Venky

After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place Venky

 

After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place Venky

 

After Mysore Palace now this photographer shoots again at a forbidden place Venky

 

 

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