Young couples are always looking for a way to make their wedding quite memorable. Pakistani bride and grooms make the event memorable by planning a special dance, customized savours, or other treats.
One such Pakistani bride decided to make her special day out of the box by singing the Bollywood song “Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe” on her way down the aisle.
The beautiful memory was captured by Faizan Mir Photography, however, what this couple was not expecting happened.
Netizens took over the comments section calling out the bride for her ‘awful’ voice, some even accusing her of lip-syncing, while others made fun of the groom’s attire for the event.
Netizens React to Pakistani Bride’s Entrance
Here is what some of them had to say:
‘Groom is good-looking and such a gentle guy . I wish he was not wearing a check coat ‘ wrote @raana.mj
‘Dulha bhai to jaga se bhi nhe hily …. thora appreciate hi kr leta🙄’ mentioned Suman Shah
Whereas the groom, Khurram Aman wrote ‘It was an amazing feeling and surprise when she walked in singing one of my most favourite songs with giving a beautiful feel with a memory to cherish a lifetime.’
Syeda Sabeen Shahab penned ‘She is looking very different from her filtered Instagram pictures’
Nazish Jahangir commented ‘Sadky❤️❤️❤️🧿🧿🧿’
On the other hand, Zoha Baig comments ‘Arrange marriage problems😬🙄’
We’d like this moment to say that instead of criticising them for their voice or dressing, maybe just send a little prayer for them that they find happiness and comfort as well as respect in one another.
The Pakistani bride, Dr Sehrish is a certified Aesthetics and regenerative medicine practitioner as well as an artist and sculptor whereas the groom, Khurram is the founder and CEO of Keratox Healthy Hair and Global Sports.
Trolling Pakistani Brides & Grooms on Social Media is Unhealthy
The use of social media has become increasingly popular, especially during special events such as weddings. While social media platforms can provide a great way for friends and family to share in the couple’s joy, it can also provide a platform for trolling, which can significantly impact the mental health of the Pakistani bride and groom.
Trolling refers to the act of making deliberately inflammatory, offensive or provocative comments online, often anonymously or under a pseudonym. In the context of a wedding, trolling can take many forms, such as making negative comments about the wedding venue, criticizing the dress or appearance of the bride and groom, or posting memes or jokes that ridicule the couple or their marriage.
The impact of trolling on the mental health of the Pakistani bride and groom can be significant. Weddings are typically a highly emotional and stressful time for the couple, with many expectations to meet and details to manage. When trolls attack, it can exacerbate the stress and anxiety the couple may already be feeling, and may lead to a range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Trolling can also negatively impact the couple’s relationship, causing them to feel insecure and doubtful about their decision to get married. Furthermore, the damage can extend beyond the bride and groom and affect their family and friends. The negativity and toxicity of trolling can lead to a chain reaction of negative comments and behaviours, causing even more harm to the couple and their loved ones.
Unfortunately, the prevalence of trolling has been increasing in recent years, with social media providing easy access to anonymous users who can post harmful comments without facing any consequences. This makes it important for individuals to take steps to protect themselves from trolls, such as limiting the amount of personal information they share online, blocking or reporting harmful users, and seeking professional support if the trolling leads to mental health concerns.
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