Cassian Baliarsingh

Indian weddings are synonymous with dramatic entrances, dance, loud music, abundance of food and lots of fun. Furthermore, the glamorously adorned bride and groom add glitz to the wedding. The dashing entry of grooms on horses or high-end cars is whistle-blowing worthy.

However, a groom in Bengaluru decided to give up the traditional horse and luxury car and instead made a dashing entry on his E-scooter. Rather than riding a horse to take his bride, the Bengaluru groom rode an electric bike to his wedding.

According to India Times, the groom Darshan Patel is an industrial designer an electric bike firm. He got married to his ladylove last weekend. Instead of the traditional rituals, he chose to come on an E-scooter of his company for his big day.

The extravaganza wedding was shared on X (formerly known as Twitter) and has drawn the attention of online users. Sharing the video, an X user wrote, “Horses in weddings slowly being replaced by Ather. #PeakBengaluru.”

The viral video has garnered mixed reviews from social media users. “Tell me you're from Bengaluru without telling me you're from Bengaluru lmao,” commented a user.

Another user wrote, “Finally people getting one more reason to get married in 2024.... 😅😂🤣” “Only a Bangalore boy can do this,” commented another user.

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