Young Tamil music director Jerard Felix, who composed DMK's (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) 2021 political campaign song, 'Stalin Dhan Vararu', entered wedlock recently. Jerard tied the knot with Preshi Shanthana on June 30 (Wednesday), and the wedding took place at Kristhu Jyothi Church in Ramapuram. Later in the evening, the reception happened at Park Hyatt Hotel. The pictures and videos from his wedding reception are doing rounds on social media. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, along with his son and MLA, Udhayanidhi Stalin graced the reception event and blessed the newly married couple.

Udhayanidhi Stalin took to his official Facebook page to share a few pictures from the reception event. He also wished the couple a beautiful life together. Sharing the pictures on his official Facebook page, Udhayanidhi Stalin wrote, "’்டாலின் தான் வாராரு..விடியல் தரப் போறாரு’ என்ற கழகத்தின் தேர்தல் பிரச்சார பாடலுக்கு இசையமைத்த தம்பி Jerard Felix - பிரேஷிசாந்தனா திருமண வரவேற்பு நிகழ்ச்சியில் மாண்புமிகு முதலமைச்சர் அவர்களுடன் பங்கேற்று மரக்கன்று பசுமைக்கூடை வழங்கி வாழ்த்தினோம். மணமக்கள் தமிழ் போல் வாழ்க".

Udhayanidhi's post is loosely translated in English as, "Dear brother Jerard Felix, who composed music for DMK's election campaign song, 'Stalin Dhan Vararu... Vidiyal Thara Poraru...', got married to Preshi Shanthana. I took part in the reception, along with the Honourable Chief Minister and wished the couple. Wishing them to live long like Tamizh".

Jerard Felix was the music director of the viral hit song, 'Stalin Dhan Vararu... Vidiyal Thara Poraru', that reached the masses instantly with its catchy tune. The song was crooned by Anthony Daasan, and Vaishnavi, while Madhan Karky penned the lyrics of the song. The song gave Jerard Felix the much needed breakthrough and he is currently said to be in talks to compose music for upcoming Tamil films and we can expect official announcements regarding the same soon. For now, check out the latest trending pictures from the wedding reception event of music director Jerard Felix here: