The video of a bride-to-be grooving to a Punjabi dance number is all over the internet. The bride, Rashika Yadav, is not only showing off how to truly enjoy your big day but also teaching some rocking bhangra steps.

While she is giving us wedding goals, Rashika is a happy bride, dressing in all her wedding finery, but with a twist. In the video, she is seen wearing a choli, chooda and mehendi – but pairing with a pair of jeans and sneakers, thus replacing the traditional lehenga.

The bride’s bhangra video was uploaded by a Delhi-based wedding photographer, Priyanka Kamboj Chopra, who runs Design Aqua Studio. She captioned on Instagram: “You must have seen brides dancing BUT NOT LIKE HERRR!”

And, NO, she doesn’t oversell it! It was surprising to see the lovely bride perform a little belly dance too along with some Bollywood moves. Yadav performs on a Punjabi song ‘Kadar’ by singer Mankirt Aulakh.

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“Rashika is a trained Kathak dancer and has been learning dance for the last 16 years. On her wedding day she just couldn’t stop dancing and I decided to shoot her,” Priynka, the photographer, told NDTV.

The clip went viral on social media in no time. It has garnered over 4.3 lakh views and almost 7,000 likes in just 22 hours

Instagrammers were all praise too. “That’s so cool! Just want be like her on my wedding day,” says one Instagram user gushing over Yadav’s killer steps.

“Goals damnn goals,” says another.

“Loving all the love on this video,” the bride comments in response.


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Well, Rashika, keep grooving!

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Feature Image Credit: NDTV

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