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Odishatv Bureau

A video of a couple fighting on a metro train in Delhi over a Rs 1,000 Zara T-shirt has gone crazy viral. The video, purportedly shot by a passenger, shows a boy and a girl having an argument. 

In the video, the couple can be seen arguing over the price of a Zara T-shirt. In the audible flashes of the intermittently coherent exchange, it appears the argument began over the boy insulting a T-shirt that the girl had bought.

The girl can be heard claiming that she got the T-shirt for Rs 1,000, to which the boy says that it couldn’t be more than Rs 150.

"I got it for Rs 1,000 from Zara," she says. To which he replies, "Doesn't look worth more than Rs 150."

The girl gets annoyed and hits the boy. The girl is seen slapping and hitting the boy constantly, which leaves other commuters shocked. Later, the boy also returns a blow. The altercation quickly devolves into the use of fists in the public place until both exit the train to the breakout of laughter from passengers.

"Mummy ko bolungi main" (I will tell mother) and "tere jaisa ladka kiskiko na mile" (No one should get a guy like you) punctuate the mechanical drone of the moving train.

Till now, it is not clear whether this is just a prank video or whether the two were really fighting. 

The video has racked up over a quarter of a million views on Twitter in three days, with some raising the possibility that it may have been scripted.

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