Couple killed as coracle capsizes during pre-wedding photoshoot in Kaveri river


Team Udayavani, Nov 9, 2020, 6:00 PM IST

Mysuru: Couple killed during a pre-wedding photoshoot in Kaveri River, Mysuru district. The incident took place near Talakadu of T Narasipur taluk.

Chandru (28) and Shashikala (20) are residents of Kyatamaranahalli in Mysuru. Their marriage was fixed on November 22. But before that the couple planned for a pre wedding photoshoot.

The couple were posing for a photo when the coracle capsized and both fell into the water and drowned.

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