In a video going viral on the internet, a bride is seen walking in the wedding venue with tears in her eyes and a photograph in her hands. The video was shot by a photographer named Maha Wajahat Khan of Islamabad.
It was revealed that the bride had recently lost her mother so she wanted to have a piece of her presence at her wedding. She entered the wedding venue holding hands with her father and carrying a picture of her late mother in her hand. Her father too could not control his emotions and was seen teary-eyed in the video. So far, the video has garnered over 1.2 lakh views and has emotionally spoken to netizens on social media.
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Pakistani Bride Entry Viral Video:
In the video, the popular song Chunar is heard playing in the background and the bride is seen wearing a red colour lehenga. The relatives and close friends of the bride are seen consoling her while she walks to her groom. The bride’s vidaari is also seen in the video where she is seen being emotional. The comment section of the video quickly got flooded with heartfelt messages to the bride. Many found it a touching site that the bride carried her mother’s portrait with her.
This wedding season, the internet got its share of eye catching stories that were widely shared to become viral. From hilarious to emotional, the brides and grooms have made sure to make their weddings count by being in the memories of others.
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Recently in another viral video, a groom was seen touching his bride’s feet comeplety overturning the patriarchal custom. The video was first shared by Piush Avchar on Instagram. As the groom kneels down to touch his bride’s feet with respect, the bride gets so started by the gesture that she is seen jumping back. It was her who started to bend at first but the groom stopped and touched her feet instead. The video seems to have been shot after their wedding during a ritual. The groom’s gesture touched many hearts and was viewed by more than 34 million people online. Over two million people liked the video.