Ananya Panday's cousin Alanna Panday got married to the love of her life Ivor McCray in Mumbai on March 16. At their wedding, the groom, Ivor delivered a special dance performance on the Hindi version of the Oscar-winning song "Naaru Naatu" from the film RRR. Taking to Instagram, singer Kanika Kapoor shared a video on her stories, in which Ivor could be seen performing the famed hook step of the song. Ananya Panday Was the Prettiest Bridesmaid at Sister Alanna Panday's Wedding - Check Out Pics.

For his performance, the American film director and photographer opted for a white shirt paired with black pants and black shoes. He completed his look with a black bow tie. At the wedding, Ivor made a dashing entry on a ghodi and his friends danced as a part of the baraat. On her part, Alanna dressed in a beautiful ivory lehenga, looked like the happiest bride there is! Ivor also looked exquisitely handsome in a 'sherwani' that matched Alanna's lehenga. Alanna Panday Ivor McCray Wedding: Ananya Panday Shares Beautiful First Glimpse of Their Pheras (View Pics and Video).

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Alanna, the daughter of Chunky's brother Chikki Panday and his wife Deanne Pandayis a model and social media influencer. Alanna and Ivor have a YouTube channel together and live in Los Angeles, USA. They also have a great number of followers on Instagram and keep making videos to keep their fans in the loop and entertained.

Speaking of "Naatu Naatu", it was the first Telugu song to be nominated in the 'Original Song' category at the Oscars. It won the prestegious award trumping big names such as Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava and composer along with director SS Rajamouli and lead actors Jr NTR and Ram Charan were also present at the big event.

The lyrical composition by MM Keeravani, high energy rendition by singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, unique choreography by Prem Rakshith, and lyrics by Chandrabose are all the elements that make this 'RRR' mass anthem a perfect dance craze. The song competed against "Applause" from the film Tell It Like A Woman, "Hold My Hand" from the movie Top Gun: Maverick, "Lift me Up" from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and "This Is Life" from Everything, Everywhere All At Once.