Over the years weddings have become more than just a public declaration of a union between two people. Weddings somewhat become a sport. Everyone is constantly trying to outdo others through over the top dances, entrances, decorations, and what not. This shaadi season you got to see a lot of impressive spectacles:
You had a couple performing the National Anthem at their wedding
This move sort of backfired and people didn’t appreciate the couple’s loud love for their own country.
You saw the return of WWE entrances at mehndis also. This groom entered in full Undertaker fashion like he was about to deliver a Tombstone Piledriver to someone.
Then there was this fruitful and delicious looking baraat car
This time around a television reporter has covered his OWN wedding
دولہے میاں آئیں گے گھوڑے پر سوار ۔ ۔ ۔ حنان بخاری کی شادی کی تقریب
Posted by City41 on Samstag, 3. Februar 2018
Faisalabad based, City 41 reporter Hanan Bukhari, in full baller fashion drove to his wedding in a sports car with an entourage of heavy bikes. He then took charge of the segment and introduced the world to his beautiful wife. Mr. Bukhari went on to interview his wife in a full news report fashion. Let’s just say he was on top of the world at his own wedding.
Pakistanis after watching the spectacle naturally made a lot of jokes
Well that escalated quickly
Bus kardoon bhaiyoon Shadi hai uski
Twitterverse applauded the guy’s confidence
He deserve 'reporter of the yesr' award lol😍👍
— Gilgit-Baltistan (@VoiceOfGB) February 4, 2018
Sab choro , reporter Ka confidence dekhny layeq hai 😝😂😂😂😂
— #PakistanZindabaad💓 (@pakistan143N) February 4, 2018
Confidence check kar rahe ho londay ka
— Mohammad Azeem (@azeimazeem) February 4, 2018
Point to be noted. Why should he have all the fun?
And why not? Why should only Imran khan have the privilege of his wedding/ marriage be on media only? This what our journalism trends are these days. No?
— Rubina Inayat (@pasneri) February 4, 2018
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cover image source: City 41