All eyes were on the wedding of DMK president M Karunanidhi's great grandson Manuranjith and actor Vikram's daughter Akshita, which took place at the end of October.
While the wedding ceremony was held at Karunanidhi's residence, multiple receptions were held after the wedding - one in Chennai and the other in Puducherry.
Among the highlights of the star studded events, however, was the father of the bride - who not only struck a dashing image all through the various social events but also went up on stage to sing Oh butterfly from his 1992 film Meera.
The movie was directed by PC Sreeram in his directorial debut and starred Vikram and Aishwarya in lead roles. The film succeeded at the box office and the song, which was sung by S.P Balasubrahmanyam and Asha Bhosle, catapulted the film to greater heights. The lyrics were written by Vaali.
At the wedding, the audience cheered on the actor as he put on an impressive performance. He even conquered the high pitched parts as singer Sreenivasan encourages him, his face clearly showing admiration for Vikram's display of singing talent.
Even singer Unnikrishnan can be seen on stage nodding his head, as he enjoys the actor's singing. Dressed in a blue shirt and black pants, Vikram couldn't stop smiling and those listening to the music couldn't stop cheering in appreciation. Vikram, his fans would know, used to work as a dubbing artist before his caught his break in front of the screen.
The actor is among the top stars in Kollywood and his son, Dhruv, is all set to make his debut in the Tamil remake of Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy.
The groom, Manu, is the son of CK Ranganathan, the Chairman of the Cavin Kare group.
The couple got engaged in July last year.
Soon after the engagement, Akshita's ring went missing. However, it was returned by a cab driver who was duly rewarded by Vikram.
The couple had been in a relationship for a while and exchanged wedding vows with the consent of their parents.