Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Indian weddings are all about various rituals, dances, music, celebrations, and delicious feast. A wedding is a lifetime moment. Without photography or videography, marriages are probably incomplete these days. Everyone wishes to capture every moment from the event so that they can cherish it lifelong. Nowadays, making reels has emerged as a crazy trend. Even these are quite frequently done in marriages.

However, few people elevate such crazy trends to another level. Recently, a few videos of an Indian groom have taken the internet by storm. In the videos, the groom can be seen making reels in every ritual of his marriage. While a few of his videos are with his newlywed wife, some others are with his family members.

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Earlier, the groom was seen making reels during 'maang varai' and 'vidai' rituals. Later, a video from his bedroom went viral. In all those videos, the groom is seen lip-syncing some popular Bollywood songs. 

Now, two more videos of the newlywed couple have surfaced on social media. The newlywed couple's romantic reels have gone viral leaving netizens surprised.

In one video, the groom can be seen lip-syncing Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahi's title song. In the video, he can be seen kissing his bride's forehead. Meanwhile, in the second video, the groom lip-syncs a portion of Mera Chand Mujhe Aya Hai Nazar from Mr Aashiq. 

While the videos seem to be good, the comments from netizens are more interesting and hilarious. 

In the videos, comments from different users can be seen scrolling.

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One user wrote, "Bhai Suhagrat ki video kab upload kar rha hei, bass Teri shadi mein yahi nhi dekha." (sic)

Another wrote, "Haan Bhai...Nail polish laga liya, ab chudi aur ghagra choli bhi pehenle." (sic)

"Update dete rehna bhai me rat bhar online betha hu," wrote a third user. (sic) 

While the original source of the video couldn't be verified, the videos shared on X (Formerly known as Twitter) by Hasna Hasna Zaroori Hai have gone viral tickling the funny bones of netizens.