Popular Indian-Sri Lankan actress Pooja Umashankar said "I Do" with Prashanth on 17 atHavelock City. 

The blushing bride whose mother a Sri Lankan and father an Indian is a well established in Sri Lankan and South Indian cinema. The role of Anglo-Indian girl in Tamil venture Ullam Ketkumae paved her entrance to South Indian cinema. In Naan Kadavul, her portrayal of Hamshavalli, a blind beggar, was critically appreciated and earned her several accolades, including the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil and Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Character Artiste.

She became an instant sensation in Sri Lankan film industry and a household name after the success of Anjalika (2005) and Asai Man Piyambanna (2007). She then on went to appear in several blockbusters in Sinhala cinema and rose to high popularity. Her big budget film Kusa Pabha released in early 2012 and became the highest grosser ever in the history of Sri Lankan film industry. Critics praised Pooja for her role of Pabawathi. Her newest movie 'Sarigama', remake of 'Sound of Music', is on silver screen currently.

Its said the groom is a well-known tea exporter with Tamil Origin. They have met year back. Here are some candied captures of the event:

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