This Dulha Got Beaten Up For Not Giving Enough Money In The Doodh Pilayi Rasam And Honestly, WTF

By Ramsha Bhatti | 10 Feb, 2019

Weddings are supposed to be a memorable event for both: the ones getting married, and the ones attending. Desi weddings are a class apart, tbh. I mean, where else in the world would there be a marnay, maarnay ka mukaam  for something as insignificant as mehendi dances or the chronological order in which ones’ phupo receives the invite.


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So as everyone knows, Pakistanis know how to throw lit AF weddings. Recently, there was a wedding – well let’s just call it an “almost” wedding – that had everyone wondering “hain?”

Apparently, a groom was thrashed and tossed out of his own wedding for not giving enough money in the doodh pilayi rasam.

A groom, named Wald Mohammad Boota had to perform the nuptials and take his beloved dulhania home with him. Or that was something he had hoped would happen. Little did he know that his beloved Mrs. Bano was going to make their wedding the most memorable day of their lives.

Dulhan Bano was not impressed with her hubby’s generosity and decided to thrash him before things could get any serious! 

As per Boota’s family, everything had been going smoothly until the dreaded doodh pilayi rasam. What was supposed to be a fun filled ritual created a storm in a teacup (pun intended) for Boota and his family. They even had to call security to emphasize on the gravity of the matter.

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This woman’s face is more expressive than the poem I wrote about my feelings a few weeks ago, and damn!

Apparently, it was the bridesmaids who riled people up and ruined the wedding. 

In case you were wondering if only your S/O’s friends are ass holes, you need to see what Mrs. Bano’s friends did to Boota. As per tradition, the friends gave the groom a glass of milk to drink, to which he happily obliged. Later on, he gave the girls 1,000 rupees as a gift, jese usually hota hai. The bridesmaids were not impressed.

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The girls demanded a “staggering” Rs 2000. Meanwhile the grooms’ side stuck to their amount.

Consequently, Boota and his family were thrashed over a thousand bucks. In case you’re having a hard time figuring out who the groom is, he is the one in the banyan and phoolo ka haar.

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The poor guy was actually physically assaulted, man.

source: FacebookAt this point I am not even worried about the clothes anymore. I am just deeply saddened and slightly horrified by the event, regardless of how ridiculous it is.

Just look at the guy, yaar. Terrible.

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Also, kinda besides the point, but those Star Plus level accessories, though.

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Some people are now worried for themselves after watching Boota’s ill-fated wedding. 

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Ehtiyat ilaaj se behtar hai!

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While some are having a hard time believing it.

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People are now making strategies of their own to avoid any similar instances.

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Aur koi option bhi tou nahi hai na.

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Despite the tragedy that has befallen Boota, he is now getting trolled by random individuals on Facebook as well. 

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Hopes and dreams of a fun wedding have left the chat.

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Here’s the entire video:

Dood pilai Na milne Per aisa b hota hai 😂😂😂😍😍😍😍What the hell 😍😂

Gepostet von PTI Overseas am Freitag, 8. Februar 2019

I just want to point out that abuse isn’t funny and if this was the other way round, no one would be laughing. Anyway, let us know what you think in the comments.


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