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Beyonce, Hillary, Bollywood royalty: India's richest man throws over-the-top wedding

NEW DELHI - A private performance by pop superstar Beyonce at a $1,000-a-night lakeside resort. Two former secretaries of state grooving awkwardly on the dance floor. A guest list that looked like India's version of an Oscars red carpet.

This isn't just a big fat Indian wedding; it's the biggest, fattest wedding anyone in India can remember.

The marriage of billionaire Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha has had Indians, and many Americans, awestruck for nearly a week and spawned estimates of a $100 million price tag.

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