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- The clip was shared on the Instagram page of lbbdelhincr
- Many Instagram users said it was a publicity stunt to go viral
- The clip has collected over 2,500 likes and hundreds of comments
The wedding season is in full glory in India as the Covid restrictions are at a minimum in most parts of the country.
With the onset of the winter, the number of weddings increases multifold, especially from November to January. As a result of this, our social media feeds are often flooded with wedding posts of friends, and celebs decked up in colourful attires.
In this sea of neverending wedding photos and videos, there are always some unique ones that catch the eye of millions of netizens.
Just last week, we saw a bride from Rajkot putting her studies over her wedding by appearing for her university exam in full ceremonial attire. A clip showed Shivangi Bagthariya was decked up in a red sari while writing her paper in an examination hall.
Another clip that racked up millions of views showed a pandit asking a desi bride and groom to kiss at the request of the groom’s father. The video begins with the dad requesting the priest to ask the newlyweds to kiss each other.
The latest wedding-related oddity shows a bride hitting the gym in full ceremonial attire before the wedding. Netizens speculated that the video was taken from a pre-wedding photoshoot as a cameraman can be seen in several frames.
Watch it here:
The clip was shared on the official Instagram account of lbbdelhincr with the caption: “Delhiwaalas getting ready for 8000 weddings tomorrow!”
It has now collected over 2,500 likes and hundreds of comments. While a few users the funny side of the video, others said it was nothing but a publicity stunt to go viral.
A user wrote, “Even if she does why is camera needed ?????.…..obviously for showoff.”
“People can do anything for a Social Media Limelight these days,” wrote another.
“I wish there was a dislike option for her over smartness,” wrote a third user.
DISCLAIMER: The article is a compilation of thoughts posted by netizens and satire doing the rounds on the subject. Ideas expressed do not reflect the view of Times Network.