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Sorry Nitesh, I didn't know what your budget was. If you want a cinema camera below $8000 that can also do weddings, I recommend the $5995 Blackmagic URSA EF mount with the $345 shoulder mount kit as pictured here: https://images.blackmagicdesign.com/media/products/ursa/accessories/batteries.jpg
You'll also need a couple of $180 CFast 2.0 cards, a $50 Sandisk Extreme Pro CFast 2.0 Reader/Writer, a $185 V mount battery plate and a V mount battery solution of some kind (I would get a couple of $10 Sony NP-F550 batteries, a $50 NP-F to V-mount adapter and a $17 dual battery charger).
With $349 Rokinon 14mm T3.1, $479 Rokinon 35mm T1.5 and $309 Rokinon 85mm T1.5 lenses, you will have a very capable Super 35mm camera for a little over $8000 – with Ultra High Definition "4K" at 60fps, built-in XLR jacks, the ability to record to 12-bit RAW or 10-bit ProRes and image quality that looks like this:
And here's a nice box opening and sample video from Adorama TV:
This camera is heavier than the Sony FS7, and doesn't have the nice power zoom lens, but it will give you absolutely the best combination of image quality and usability you can get for your money in this price range.
Again, hope this is helpful!